Organization and Financing of Indigent Hospital Care in South Florida

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TABLES
Table 1. County Descriptive Information 2000 and Growth Since 1990 Census Shown in Parentheses8
Table 2. Trend in Hospital Ownership and Available Beds from 1998 to 2001 by County10
Table 3. Hospital Utilization of Medicaid and Uninsured Compared with County Population Demographics22
Table 4. Summary of Governance and Funding Across Counties26
Table 5. All Hospitalized Pediatric Patients, Ages 0-17, by Insurance Type by County, 200043
Table 6. All Hospitalized Adult Patients, Ages 18 and older, by Insurance Type by County, 200044
Table 7. Inter County Travel Among Adult Hospitalized Patients, 200044
Table 8. Average Percentage of Households Under Federal Poverty Level in Hospital-Specific Zip Codes, by County and Ownership, 200055
Table 9. Percentage of Discharges that are for Emergency Conditions56
Table 10. Basic Measures of Hospital Structure and Activity, 200162
Table A.1. Hospitals by County and Ownership, 1998 and 200193
Table C1. Adult Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000104
Table C2. Urgent / Elective Adult Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000105
Table C3. Emergency Admission Adult Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000106
Table C4. Cardiac Admission Adult Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000107
Table C5. All Admissions Pediatric Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000108
Table C6. Emergency Admissions Pediatric Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000109
Table C7. Urgent / Elective Admissions Pediatric Hospital Patient Travel Patterns by Insurance Type by County of Residence, 2000110

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