A new report from The Hill shows that the majority of U.S. hospitals are meeting the standards set by the government and industry.
But while the average score for the nation’s 50 largest hospitals is a solid 74.6, the average for the 50 largest private hospitals is only 58.3.
The findings come from an annual report released by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, a nonprofit group.
The study looked at how well hospitals are keeping up with patient care, productivity, and costs.
The average score is based on how well each hospital’s hospital-wide patient wait time is kept below 5 days, and how long it takes a patient to be discharged from a hospital.
The average score was calculated for each hospital based on a combination of data on how long patients have been in the hospital and the average number of days they were in there.
The Institute for Hospital Health, which is based in Washington, D.C., said the average scores are lower than the average of other major studies, but they’re still good.
It is the most comprehensive and objective study to date on how hospitals are performing.
“It’s a good starting point, and it is one that we would expect to see across all hospitals,” said Mark Schulman, chief executive officer of the Institute of Hospital Health.
“It does provide us with a much clearer picture of where hospitals are on the continuum of what it means to be a good hospital,” he said.
“In the past, we didn’t have a national baseline,” said David Cutler, executive director of the Hospital Association.
“We didn’t know how many patients there were, how many beds there were.
So there was a big gap between the good and the good.”
Schulman said there are still important questions that need to be answered about how hospitals work and what they are able to do to improve outcomes.
The Institute for Hospitals also points out that a large number of hospitals are still working to improve productivity, efficiency, and quality.
The report, however, does not examine how many hospitals have changed their policies in the past year or whether they are better or worse than they were five years ago.
“We need to see some data that will show that hospitals are making improvements in those areas,” Cutler said.
“There are a lot of ways that we could do that better, and we just need to get there.”
The Hill said the study does not include information on how many of the hospitals in the country are actually performing well.
“The study is a snapshot of what is going on at the state and national level and it doesn’t provide any data about the number of states or hospitals where things are really improving,” Schulmann said.
The Hill’s report comes on the heels of the release of a study released earlier this year by the U.K.-based charity Action on Cancer, which found that the country’s hospitals are failing to meet the standards the government sets.
The results are similar to the Institute’s findings.
The institute’s study said that of the 1,000 hospitals analyzed in the study, only about 10 percent had a patient wait-time below 5.5 days and a median wait-times of 6.5 weeks.
The other 99 percent had wait-timings between 5.3 and 6.3 weeks.
The Hospital Association also released its own report in April, saying that the average wait time for a patient discharged from the hospital was 4.3 days, which it said is “less than half” of what the average waits are for people who have died from natural causes.
But the hospital association’s report found that, on average, the hospitals with the highest average wait times were the ones with the longest wait times for people with a history of heart attacks, stroke, and cancer.
“I think that the overall picture of how the hospitals are operating right now is a little bit better,” Schuilman said.
He also said the Institute did not have any data on the number or percentage of patients in the U, U.C.
Os, or the other hospitals who are in need of more care.
The institute is hoping that the report will spur action by Congress and the White House to make changes to the nation, which has an estimated 9 million chronic care facilities, according to the institute.
The report also found that only 10 percent of all hospitals in America are operating as efficiently as they should.
There are many other factors, like how many workers are working in each hospital, the number and type of medications patients are taking, and the type of medical equipment they are using.