Top 5 Things To Know About Maryland Hospitals:

  • NOT-FOR-PROFIT MISSION: Maryland’s hospitals are nonprofit organizations dedicated to delivering high quality health care and improving the health of all Marylanders.
  • ECONOMIC DRIVERS: Hospitals are among Maryland’s largest employers — directly employing 104,000 people and supporting 113,000 related jobs — producing $32 billion of yearly economic impact.
  • HEALTH EQUITY: Every Maryland hospital is committed to the pursuit of health equity — eliminating disparities based on race, ethnicity, gender, and socio-economic status. 
  • CARE FOR ALL: Hospitals care for all regardless of ability to pay, including some 366,000 uninsured Marylanders. Care of those unable to pay totaled $723 million last year, about $2 million a day.
  • HEALTH CARE SAVINGS: Maryland’s unique system of regulated hospital payment keeps health costs in check — billions of dollars have been saved — while ensuring that our hospitals are able to offer state-of-the-art care.

Maryland's All-Payer Model

Maryland has a unique health care system in which all payers –Medicare, Medicaid, commercial insurance and self-pay – pay the same amount for the same service at the same hospital. This innovative “All-Payer Model” has been effective in reducing health care costs and improving the quality of care.

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Multimedia & Infographics

Behavioral Health Infographic

Our new website has numerous videos and infographics designed to provide you with helpful information on what we are doing during the Md. General Assembly, what hospitals are doing to improve care for their patients, and much more.

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Weekly Message From MHA

  • Ensuring Access to Affordable Coverage

    July 22, 2019 By: Bob Atlas
    Affordable health care coverage is essential for people to have access to the care they need. It is particularly important in Maryland, where our success under the Total Cost of Care Model rests on improving the health of the state’s entire population. We can’t prevent unnecessary hospital use unless more Marylanders can afford coverage.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are the Accounts Receivable reports?

This is the most frequently asked question we've received since the launch of our new website. All Accounts Receivable, Financial Condition, and Utilization Trend reports can now be found by clicking the Advocacy page, then clicking the Financial Data page on the left.

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Individuals affiliated with an MHA-member hospital should register to access members-only data on this site. All members must create a NEW log-in for this new website. 

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