Balloon Angioplasty with Heart Attack 

Balloon Angioplasty with Heart Attack   (APR-DRG 174)
  Average Hospital Charges for Adults 18 Years and Over, Utah: 2005
  Level of Illness
  Minor/Moderate Major/Extreme
Hospital  Patients Average Charge Patients Average Charge
 Utah Overall 1,281 $32,622 370 $51,584
Cottonwood Hospital Medical Center 76 $26,720                   18 $38,896
Davis Hospital & Medical Center 65 $43,704                   10 $60,972
Dixie Regional Medical Center 138 $31,540                   46 $54,848
Lakeview Hospital 40 $25,103 10 $35,052
LDS Hospital 216 $27,871                   82 $53,380
McKay-Dee Hospital Center 147 $31,097                   40 $43,971
Mountain View Hospital 20 $33,186                     7 $42,106
Ogden Regional Medical Center 33 $42,113                   14 $57,211
Pioneer Valley Hospital 77 $43,131                   27 $52,458
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center 38 $38,763                     9 $45,766
St. Mark's Hospital 94 $44,444                   19 $67,270
Timpanogos Regional Hospital 17 $35,475  <5  $63,146
University Health Care  100 $29,167                   26 $52,037
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center 183 $28,512                   48 $50,899
Veterans Administration Medical Center 37 Not available                   10 Not available
         
Hospitals with heart catheterization and heart surgery programs:  Dixie Regional Medical Center, LDS Hospital, McKay-Dee Hospital Center, Ogden Regional Medical Center, Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, St. Mark's Hospital, Timpanogos Medical Center, University Health Care, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center and Veterans Administration Medical Center.
Hospitals providing heart catheterization services but not open heart surgery:  Cottonwood Hospital, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Lakeview Hospital, Mountain View Hospital and Pioneer Valley Hospital.
Table Legend State average hospital length of stay
< 5 = 1 to 4 patients Minor/Moderate is 2.5 days  
Major/Extreme is 5.6 days  
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Level of Illness: Compared to patients with minor/moderate level of illness, patients with major/extreme level of illness are likely to have more serious heart problems and other serious conditions that require more complex treatment. 
Average Charge: The average dollars for hospital services for which patients were billed at a particular hospital.  The charge does not include physicians' professional fees or patient personal costs.