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Table 1 Hospital characteristics, weighted by hospital volume

From: Strategies to reduce hospital 30-day risk-standardized mortality rates for patients with acute myocardial infarction: a cross-sectional and longitudinal survey

  Overall: 2013 survey (N = 358)1 Subsample: 2010 and 2013 surveys (N = 72)2 Remaining sample: 2013 survey only (N = 286) P-value3
Hospital teaching status     0.445
Council of teaching 54 (15.2%) 14 (19.7%) 40 (14.0%)  
Hospitals member    
Has accredited residency training 88 (24.7%) 18 (25.4%) 70 (24.6%)
214 (60.1%) 39 (54.9%) 175 (61.4%)
Nonteaching    
Number of staffed beds     0.115
< 200 beds 115 (32.3%) 21 (29.6%) 94 (33.0%)  
200–399 beds 143 (40.2%) 24 (33.8%) 119 (41.8%)
400–599 beds 65 (18.3%) 20 (28.2%) 45 (15.8%)
600+ beds 33 (9.3%) 6 (8.5%) 27 (9.5%)
Census region     0.795
New England 7 (2.0%) 2 (2.8%) 5 (1.8%)  
Middle Atlantic 30 (8.5%) 5 (7.0%) 25 (8.8%)
East North Central 68 (19.2%) 11 (15.5%) 57 (20.1%)  
West North Central 34 (9.6%) 5 (7.0%) 29 (10.2%)
South Atlantic 85 (23.9%) 18 (25.4%) 67 (23.6%)
East South Central 20 (5.6%) 5 (7.0%) 15 (5.3%)
West South Central 45 (12.7%) 10 (14.1%) 35 (12.3%)
Mountain 23 (6.5%) 3 (4.2%) 20 (7.0%)
Pacific 43 (12.1%) 12 (16.9%) 31 (10.9%)
Geographic location     0.993
Urban 321 (90.4%) 64 (90.1%) 257 (90.5%)  
Suburban 15 (4.2%) 3 (4.2%) 12 (4.2%)
Rural 19 (5.4%) 4 (5.6%) 15 (5.3%)
Ownership type     0.182
For-profit 65 (18.3%) 18 (25.4%) 47 (16.5%)  
Nonprofit 255 (71.6%) 45 (63.4%) 210 (73.7%)
Government 36 (10.1%) 8 (11.3%) 28 (9.8%)
Multihospital affiliation     0.913
Yes 254 (71.0%) 50 (70.4%) 204 (71.1%)  
No 104 (29.1%) 21 (29.6%) 83 (28.9%)  
  1. 120 hospitals missing all AHA data.
  2. 21 hospital missing all AHA data.
  3. 3P-values derived from independent chi-square tests.