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Health & Fit 37 Hospitals With Top Ratings in 10 Procedures and Conditions

09:56  28 july  2020
09:56  28 july  2020 Source:   usnews.com

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US News Best Hospitals lists the top hospitals in the country in various medical specialties, such as cancer and orthopedics, as well as procedures and conditions , including hip and knee The Best Children's Hospital Honor Roll recognizes 10 hospitals with superior pediatric care.

US News Best Hospitals ranks the nation's top hospitals in 16 medical specialties that include cancer, ear, nose and throat, gastroenterology, diabetes Best Hospitals Honor Roll. Each year, U.S. News rates nearly 5,000 hospitals across the country on 16 specialties and 9 procedures and conditions .

As part of the Best Hospitals rankings and ratings, U.S. News evaluated more than 4,000 hospitals for their handling of two chronic conditions – chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and heart failure – and up to eight medical procedures: colon cancer surgery, lung cancer surgery, heart bypass surgery, aortic valve surgery, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, knee replacement and hip replacement. In each procedure and condition in which a hospital had treated enough patients to be evaluated, the hospital received a rating of high performing, average or below average. The ratings are designed to help patients and health care consumers make informed decisions about where to receive care for specific medical needs.

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What’s behind our specialty rankings and our ratings in procedures and conditions . Patient Outcomes ( 37 .5%). A hospital 's success at keeping patients alive accounted for 30% of its score and was In the nine Best Hospitals procedures and conditions ratings , hospitals received 12 Honor

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About a third of the evaluated hospitals earned at least one top rating of "high performing." But only the 37 standouts listed below, less than 1% of the hospitals evaluated, got the top rating in all 10 procedures and conditions. Fourteen of these hospitals also made the Honor Roll of Best Hospitals.

Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis

AdventHealth Orlando, Florida

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee

Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis

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The procedures and conditions ratings significantly extend the mission of Best Hospitals Ratings in other procedures and conditions may be added over time. Aortic valve surgery. The cohort includes only procedures with ICD-9 and - 10 codes typically used for open surgical valve replacement.

In most specialties, the top 50 hospitals are nationally ranked and additional hospitals may be The ratings in procedures and conditions focus on typical Medicare patients and eligibility is based on the number of patients treated. See all 10 Categories. Carle Foundation Hospital Contact & Location.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles

Christ Hospital, Cincinnati

Cleveland Clinic

Duke University Hospital, Durham, N.C.

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Newport Beach, California

Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Philadelphia

Houston Methodist Hospital

John Muir Health-Concord Medical Center, Concord, California

Maine Medical Center, Portland

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville, Florida

Mayo Clinic-Phoenix

Morristown Medical Center, New Jersey

Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, Florida

New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and Cornell, New York

Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, Winfield, Illinois

Northwest Memorial Hospital, Chicago

NYU Langone Hospitals, New York

OHSU Hospital, Portland, Oregon

Piedmont Atlanta Hospital

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In most specialties, the top 50 hospitals are nationally ranked and additional hospitals may be recognized as high performing. Hospitals that do well in multiple areas of adult care may be ranked in their state and metro area. The ratings in procedures and conditions focus on typical Medicare

In most specialties, the top 50 hospitals are nationally ranked and additional hospitals may be recognized as high performing. Hospitals that do well in multiple areas of adult care may be ranked in their state and metro area. The ratings in procedures and conditions focus on typical Medicare

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital, Spokane, Washington

Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Portland, Oregon

Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Florida

Scripps La Jolla Hospitals, La Jolla, California

Spectrum Health-Butterworth and Blodgett Campuses, Grand Rapids, Michigan

St. Luke's University Hospital-Bethlehem Campus, Pennsylvania

Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital, California

UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles

UNC Rex Hospital, Raleigh, North Carolina

University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor

University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville

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