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California Department of Corrections: More Expensive Hospital Services and Greater use of Hospital Facilities Have Driven the Rapid Rise in Contract Payments for Inpatient and Outpatient Care
Elaine M. Howle (ed)
This report concludes that overall, Corrections’ payments for hospital care services have risen $59.4 million from FY1998-99 through 2002-03, and grew at an average rate of 21% per year, outpacing the nat. consumer price index average of 8% annual growth for hospital services during this same period. The reasons for this growth can be attributed to the combination of more expensive health care and to Corrections’ increased use of contracted hospital facilities. Analysis indicates that increases in its inpatient hospital payments are driven primarily by more expensive services, whereas increases in its outpatient hospital payments are driven by increases in both the price of services and number of hospital visits. Charts and tables.
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