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ASC burn rate for all 50 states

CMS now collects ASC quality data through the Ambulatory Surgical Center Quality Reporting Program and posts results on the Hospital Compare website.

 

Seven states reported 0 patient burn rate in 2015 while North Dakota had the highest ASC patient burn rate at 0.698 per 1,000 patients. Here is the ASC patient burn rate for all 50 states, ranked from lowest to highest:

1. Hawaii: 0
2. Vermont: 0
3. Rhode Island: 0
4. Washington, DC: 0
5. New Mexico: 0
6. Montana: 0
7. West Virginia: 0
8. Alabama: 0.022
9. Nebraska: 0.025
10. Minnesota: 0.031
11. Tennessee: 0.043
12. South Carolina: 0.045
13. Virginia: 0.052
14. Mississippi: 0.053
15. Oregon: 0.057
16. Iowa: 0.059
17. South Dakota: 0.069
18. Colorado: 0.075
19. Kansas: 0.079
20. Texas: 0.096
21. Indiana: 0.101
22. Kentucky: 0.102
23. Wisconsin: 0.105
24. Arkansas: 0.108
25. Missouri: 0.11
26. Louisiana: 0.111
27. Connecticut: 0.123
28. New Jersey: 0.125
29. Massachusetts: 0.133
30. Arizona: 0.148
31. Mississippi: 0.149
32. Oklahoma: 0.15
33. New York: 0.159
34. Wyoming: 0.169
35. North Carolina: 0.176
36. Florida: 0.176
37. Idaho: 0.179
38. Ohio: 0.18
39. Utah: 0.18
40. California: 0.183
41. Pennsylvania: 0.197
42. Illinois: 0.2
43. Washington: 0.211
44. Delaware: 0.22
45. Georgia: 0.221
46. Maryland: 0.243
47. Arkansas: 0.258
49. New Hampshire: 0.3
50. Maine: 0.418
51. North Dakota: 0.698

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