Census: Revenue Gap Between Ambulatory Services, Hospitals is Widening



For the third straight year, ambulatory healthcare services generated more revenues than did hospitals, and that revenue gap in 2008 more than quadrupled when compared with 2007, new U.S. Census Bureau data show. Ambulatory healthcare services generated $730.3 billion in revenues in 2008, while hospitals generated $721 billion, a difference of $9.3 billion.


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