Indiana Hospitals Among Top in U.S.

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Parkview Noble Hospital is one of the Indiana hospitals on the list. (photo courtesy Parkview Health) Parkview Noble Hospital is one of the Indiana hospitals on the list. (photo courtesy Parkview Health)

Several Indiana hospitals are included on IBM Watson Health's (NYSE: IBM) 100 Top Hospitals list. The annual study identifies top-performing hospitals based on performance measures including better survival rates, shorter length of stay and lower inpatient expenses.

The list, formerly known as the Truven Health Analytics 100 Top Hospitals, has been conducted every year since 1993. The other criteria used to determine the list include emergency department wait times, number of complications and infections, profit overall margins, and patient satisfaction.

The Indiana hospitals on this year's list include:

Large Community Hospitals

  • St. Vincent Evansville – Evansville, IN

Medium Community Hospitals

  • Indiana University Health North Hospital – Carmel, IN

Small Community Hospitals

  • Parkview Huntington Hospital – Huntington, IN
  • Parkview Noble Hospital – Kendallville, IN
  • St. Vincent Fishers Hospital – Fishers, IN

"The country's best hospitals have proven that an unrelenting focus on quality, supported by constant measurement against peer performance benchmarks, can drive improved outcomes while reducing costs and growing profit margins," said Jean Chenoweth, senior vice president, 100 Top Hospitals Programs, IBM Watson Health. "Congratulations to this 25th anniversary class of 100 Top Hospitals who have helped raise the bar for healthcare in the U.S. and improve the healthcare experiences of the people in their communities."

You can connect to the full list by clicking here.

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