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Policy Documents & Reports

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HSCRC Annual Reports

Governor's Report

This report is prepared in accordance with Section 19-207(b)(6) of the Health-General Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland​, which states "​within a reasonable time after the end of each facility's fiscal year or more often as the Commission determines, prepare from the information files with the Commission any summary, compilation or other supplementary report that will advance the purpose of the subtitle." 
 

Hospital Financial Condition Report

This report, previously referred to as the "Disclosure Report," is prepared annually by the HSCRC to help meet its statutory mandate to "cause the public disclosure of the financial operations of all hospitals." The report contains three year's comparative financial information for all hospitals under its jurisdiction with exhibits showing the change between the current and prior year in the following areas: cost per equivalent admission; revenue per admission; uncompensated care; net patient revenue; net operating revenue; and total operating profit/loss.​
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2015  - Updated 8-31-16
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2014
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2013
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2012
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2011
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2010
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2009
Disclosure of Hospital Financial and Statistical Data FY 2008  

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At the Hospital Determinations Report

When hospitals implement new outpatient services, relocate or convert exisiting outpatient services from regulated or unregulated status; HSCRC must make a determination ​as to whether the services are regulated hospital services. 
 

 
This report provides the results of applications submitted from hospitals for a determination as to whether reported services are being provided at the hospital and are, therefore, regulated hospital services.

 

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