Outpatient revenue tops inpatient income at Wisconsin hospitals

09/15/2008 | American City Business Journals

Revenue from outpatient services has overtaken income from inpatient care at Wisconsin hospitals, according to data from the 2007 Hospital Fiscal Survey. New technology and an increase in less-invasive surgery are behind the gains in outpatient services. It's expected that outpatient admissions, which have increased on average 4% to 5% per year, will be higher than inpatient admissions by next year.

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