Data & Insights

Improving the health of their communities is at the heart of every hospital’s mission. For example, tax-exempt hospitals annually demonstrate accountability to the communities they serve by reporting to IRS on the benefits they provide to their community using the IRS Form 990 Schedule H and making…
A new infographic provides a quick overview on the number of health systems in the U.S. AHA has defined two types of health care systems, and both involve an ownership, lease, sponsorship or contract-management relationship with a central organization.
There are 6,120 hospitals in the United States. The American Hospital Association conducts an annual survey of hospitals in the United States. The data here, published in 2024, are a sample from the 2022 AHA Annual Survey (FY 2022) and offer quick answers on number of hospitals, government…
This PPT presentation is designed to share 2024 Environmental Scan insights with various stakeholders and your community.
Let’s be honest – we have a “love-hate” relationship with data, but connecting our stories with measurement drives understanding of our challenges and empowers an organization’s collective “why.” So, let’s talk data. Examine why data and the story it tells are “mission critical” to TeamSTEPPS…
AHA’s new TrendWatch Chartbook presents the latest data on topics impacting the hospital and health system field, from health care spending, coverage and use to organizational and workforce trends.
The departments of Labor, Health and Human Services and the Treasury released a proposed rule that seeks to ensure commercial health plans comply with the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, which prohibits them from imposing more restrictive requirements on mental health or…
Digital health consulting firm AVIA announced a collaborative that will help hospitals, health systems and others research and share strategies to responsibly and ethically adopt artificial intelligence algorithms in health care.
The Health Resources and Services Administration today released 2017-2022 Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network data on the number of organ donors, organ transplant recipients and waitlist candidates, which it plans to update regularly.
With the recent launch of AWS Omics, Amazon Web Services is using artificial intelligence, machine learning and other AWS and partner products and services to speed the translation of this data into actionable intelligence.