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Top 25 Integrated Delivery Network Hospitals

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  • Nov 12, 2020
  • Posted By: MedicoReach
Top 25 Integrated Delivery Network Hospitals

Integrated Delivery Networks or IDNs is the concept that offers both health care facilities and health insurance policies. This is one face of IDN; however, this doesn’t limit the wonders IDN can bring to the table. It has had a boundless impact on the healthcare industry at a global level. Integrated Delivery Networks came into the limelight as a model to bridge up the challenges faced by the healthcare industry in providing quality health services at an affordable or rather reasonable price with the help and proper support of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as it had laid more emphasis on the accountable and integrated healthcare system for future times.

Although IDNs’ agencies or organizations can vary from one another, they generally offer comprehensive healthcare facilities and leverage EHRs (Electronic Health Records) to share data or health-related reports about the patient with similar facilities, related physicians, and other practitioners in the network.

The Integrated Delivery Networks patients typically have access to the full spectrum of healthcare services, be it preventive, acute, therapeutic, rehabilitation, and specialized healthcare — all under one common healthcare brand. Moreover, clients or patients who choose to subscribe to the IDN’s healthcare policy know the value of the services within the network are taken care of according to the terms of their plans. This means there will be no sudden price rise or expense shock when it comes to billing. It is a great model in case an organization wishes to reduce the risk of customer loss as IDN avoids patient leakage. By offering a one-stop-shop for all healthcare requirements under the quality conditions, it leads to satisfied patient results, and the customer never has to look outside the network for future health needs.

Integrated delivery networks most prominently function in the regions of the U.S. This budget-friendly strategy allows the citizens of the U.S. to build healthcare systems that can provide most health services that patients need under one platform and can take bring the convenience of close to home.

The IDN model is focused on creating an impactful yet negotiating position with Medtech organizations and other health suppliers. Nashville-based HCA Healthcare is the biggest and most recognized integrated delivery networks in the United States, with 214 member hospitals attached to it. Its total net patient revenue is calculated to be almost $42.6 billion as of April 2020. Next are Kaiser Permanente and CommonSpirit Health running on second and third largest health systems, respectively, with net patient revenue of about $29.1 billion and $28.3 billion reported as of April 2020.

It is thought that health systems with a bigger number of member hospitals would calculate for higher net patient revenue than others. However, about 20 of the top 25 IDNs have lesser than 100 member hospitals. Fifteen of the top IDNs (meaning, 60 percent of them) have lesser than 50 member hospital facilities.

On the grounds of these facts, it is analyzed that there is some correlation between the number of member hospitals and net patient revenue. It can also be said that the performance of these member hospitals is strongly related to contributing to the financial success of the top 25 IDNs.

Let us look into the top 25 integrated delivery network hospitals with the definitive path of success. These are ensuring high-quality services and fully-equipped health facilities.

Top Integrated Delivery Network Hospitals

1.  HCA Healthcare

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4710TN2141,923,773$42,673,974,296

2. Kaiser Permanente

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4713CA43444,072$29,176,611,660

 3. Common Spirit Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
981465IL197959,084$28,358,722,418

 4. Ascension Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4695MO117679,089$18,788,901,219

5. Providence St Joseph Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4716WA56463,500$16,286,062,476

 6. Kaiser Permanente Northern California

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
845347CA21209,916$14,359,957,345

 7. Tenet Healthcare

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4685TX87652,017$14,140,396,155

8. Kaiser Permanente Southern California

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
845346CA15185,367$14,011,636,037

9. Trinity Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4712MI59574,749$13,737,577,562

10. University of California Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
560423CA21178,254$13,032,563,332

11. Dignity Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4698CA48384,556$11,656,703,049

12. Community Health Systems

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
542233TN100496,596$10,823,928,332

13. Universal Health Services

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
7055PA170719,554$9,471,725,806

14. Northwell Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4744NY21287,889$8,970,564,399

15. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
6448PA36274,760$8,796,223,659

16. Cleveland Clinic Health System

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
274173OH18218,142$8,666,646,603

17. New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
7066NY13204,905$8,355,307,233

18. LifePoint Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
7004TN86312,900$8,269,550,749

 19. Mass General Brigham

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
7001MA17158,399$8,089,311,91

20. Advocate Aurora Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
965729IL29263,632$8,052,905,383

21. AdventHealth

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4694FL39325,832$8,016,967,163

22. Bon Secours Mercy Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
975303OH41309,455$7,741,285,587

23. Sutter Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
4717CA30159,758$7,639,862,131

24. Stanford Medicine

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
938977CA347,288$7,158,753,641

25. Baylor Scott & White Health

Definitive IDStateNo. of Member HospitalsNumber of dischargesNet Patient Revenue
577357TX53259,997$7,101,837,595

Wrapping Up:

It is important to say that IDNs are the opportunity holder for many healthcare organizations. You can become a part of a gigantic network and enjoy the benefits of it. IDNs acquire new hospitals and expand their geographic reach to many different regions, making sure the customer is well-served. Being a part of it is not only beneficial for the business but also upgrades the missing quality of the business.

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