Number of inpatient and outpatient cases per U.S. hospital by selected disease in 2016*

Average inpatient and outpatient cases per hospital in the U.S. by disease 2016 This statistic displays the number of inpatient and outpatient cases per hospital in the United States in 2016, sorted by selected disease. In that year, there was an average of 60.7 inpatient cases per hospital for angina.
Inpatient and outpatient cases in the U.S.

Inpatient cases refer to people that are admitted to a licensed hospital bed and are usually expected to remain overnight. Outpatients receive treatment at a hospital but remains for less than 24 hours. In the United States, there was an average of 15,129 hypertension outpatient cases per hospital and 1,358 diabetes mellitus inpatient cases in 2016. In 2016, for example, there were 33.4 million hospital admissions at community hospitals in the United States, and each patient stay would last for an average of 5.5 days.

Septicemia and osteoarthritis were the most expensive medical conditions treated in U.S. hospitals, making up 6.2 and 4.3 percent of the total national hospital bill, respectively. Among angina inpatient cases in the United States, 57 percent were male as of 2014. For depression cases in hospitals, a majority, over 57 percent, of cases were female.

Certain treatment centers and especially renowned treatment facilities, often in urban regions, may offer specialized care, the most recent clinical research, as well as education programs. These facilities often attract patients from a wide area and can increase the number of cases for certain diseases.
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InpatientOutpatient
Acute coronary syndromes401.9913.4
Angina60.7301.8
Asthma521.22,620.2
Depression930.82,849.6
Diabetes mellitus1,358.29,259.8
Diabetes w/ hypoglycemia57.549.4
Hypertension2,036.915,128.8
Lipid disorders1,5297,191.8
Multiple sclerosis38.2297.4
Osteoarthritis209.1992.2
Prostate cancer43.7933.1
Rheumatoid arthritis100.1670.9
Stroke182.3651.1
InpatientOutpatient
Acute coronary syndromes401.9913.4
Angina60.7301.8
Asthma521.22,620.2
Depression930.82,849.6
Diabetes mellitus1,358.29,259.8
Diabetes w/ hypoglycemia57.549.4
Hypertension2,036.915,128.8
Lipid disorders1,5297,191.8
Multiple sclerosis38.2297.4
Osteoarthritis209.1992.2
Prostate cancer43.7933.1
Rheumatoid arthritis100.1670.9
Stroke182.3651.1
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This statistic displays the number of inpatient and outpatient cases per hospital in the United States in 2016, sorted by selected disease. In that year, there was an average of 60.7 inpatient cases per hospital for angina.
Inpatient and outpatient cases in the U.S.

Inpatient cases refer to people that are admitted to a licensed hospital bed and are usually expected to remain overnight. Outpatients receive treatment at a hospital but remains for less than 24 hours. In the United States, there was an average of 15,129 hypertension outpatient cases per hospital and 1,358 diabetes mellitus inpatient cases in 2016. In 2016, for example, there were 33.4 million hospital admissions at community hospitals in the United States, and each patient stay would last for an average of 5.5 days.

Septicemia and osteoarthritis were the most expensive medical conditions treated in U.S. hospitals, making up 6.2 and 4.3 percent of the total national hospital bill, respectively. Among angina inpatient cases in the United States, 57 percent were male as of 2014. For depression cases in hospitals, a majority, over 57 percent, of cases were female.

Certain treatment centers and especially renowned treatment facilities, often in urban regions, may offer specialized care, the most recent clinical research, as well as education programs. These facilities often attract patients from a wide area and can increase the number of cases for certain diseases.
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Release date
2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Special properties
acute-care hospitals
Supplementary notes
* Data in 2016 vary from previous years due to (1) the mandatory implementation of ICD-10 coding beginning October 1, 2015, which resulted in additional diagnoses being captured in the 2016 data for some of the disease states shown; and (2) beginning in 2016, outpatient measures also include treatment delivered in locations that are not contiguous with a hospital or located on a hospital campus.

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