Welcome to OSHPD's Financial and Utilization Report website, where you can view, save, and print financial and utilization reports submitted by approximately 8,500 California healthcare facilities from as far back as 1976.
Detailed versions of these reports are available in both HTML and Excel formats. In addition, summary versions of annual financial reports (HTML only) are also available.Reports are added to this website continuously, and the database includes reports submitted from today back to:
Under each listed facility is a Reports button that, when clicked, displays the facility's latest reports submitted to OSHPD. Financial and utilization reports have different versions of each period's reports. If a report is revised after original submission, then the revised version becomes the most recent version.
To view a report, click either the HTML or Excel icon for the report you are interested in.
To print an HTML report, open the HTML version of the report. Choose "Print" from your browser's options (on most browser's right-click on the report for a list of options that should include "Print"). To save an HTML report as a PDF, choose "Print" from your browser's options. Select "Save as PDF" to save the report to your computer or network.If a message box does not display, then a pop-up blocker on your computer may be preventing the message from displaying. To temporarily override the pop-up blocker, press the Ctrl key at the same time as you click the HTML or Excel icon. The report message box should then display:
In addition, annual financial reports have summary reports that contain several hundred key data values from each report (in HTML only).
If you want to find older reports for a facility, then click the Show All button and the remaining reports for that facility will be displayed with the newer reports displaying at the top.
|3.1-3.4||Related Hospital Information||6||9|
|4||Patient Utilization Statistics||10||12|
|4.1||Patient Utilization Statistics by Payer||13||14|
|5||Balance Sheet – Unrestricted Fund Payer||15||16|
|5.1||Supplemental Long–Term Debt Information||17||18|
|5.2||Statement of Changes in Property, Plant and Equipment||19||19|
|6||Balance Sheet – Restricted Fund||20||21|
|7||Statement of Changes in Equity||22||22|
|8||Statement of Income – Unrestricted Fund||23||25|
|9||Statement of Cash Flows – Unrestricted Fund||26||26|
|10*||(Optional) Summary of Revenues and Costs||27||34|
|12||Supplemental Patient Revenue Information||35||46|
|14||Supplemental Other Operating Revenue Information||47||48|
|15||Re-classification Worksheet – Physician and Student Compensation – Patient Revenue Producing Centers||49||54|
|16||Re-classification Worksheet – Physician and Student Compensation – Patient Non-Revenue Producing Centers||55||57|
|17||Trial Balance Worksheet and Supplemental Expense Information – Patient Revenue Producing Centers||58||65|
|18||Trial Balance Worksheet and Supplemental Expense Information – Patient Non-Revenue Producing Centers||66||73|
|19||Cost Allocation – Statistical Basisation||74||85|
|20.1||Cost Allocation Short Form||104||109|
|21||Detail of Direct Payroll Costs – Patient Revenue Producing Centers||110||119|
|21.1||Detail of Direct Contracted Costs – Patient Revenue Producing Centers||120||121|
|22||Detail of Direct Payroll Costs – Non-Revenue Producing Centers||122||131|
|22.1||Detail of Direct Contracted Costs – Non-Revenue Producing Centers||132||133|
|2.1||Facility Description and Other General Informationm||2||2|
|3.1-3.3||Related Persons and Organizations and Other Information||4||6|
|4.1||Facility Patient Days by Payer||7||7|
|4.2||Facility Revenue Information||8||9|
|4.3||Other Census and Revenue Information||10||10|
|5.1||Balance Sheet – General Funder||11||12|
|5.2||Balance Sheet – General Funder||13||14|
|5.3||Supplemental Long–Term Debt Information||15||15|
|5.4||Adjustments and Re-classifications to Balance Sheet for Computation of Return on Equity Capital||16||16|
|6||Balance Sheet – Restricted Fund||17||17|
|7||Statement of Changes in Equity||18||18|
|8||Statement of Income – General Fundation||19||20|
|9||Statement of Cash Flows – General Fund||21||21|
|10.1||Expense Trial Balance Worksheet||22||24|
|10.2||Adjustments to Trial Balance Expenses for Other Operating Revenue Offset||25||25|
|10.3||Adjustments to Trial Balance Expenses||26||26|
|10.4||Adjustments to Trial Balance Expenses – Supplemental||27||28|
|10.5||Expense Trial Balance Worksheet||29||29|
|10.6||Capital Additions, Improvements, and Replacements||30||33|
|10.7||Alternate Allocation Statistics – Optional||34||35|
|11-11.1||Allocation of Indirect Costs to Direct Cost Centers (Health Care Only)||36||39|
|13||Computation of Ancillary Services Cost Per Patient Day||44||44|
Information on quarterly financial reports is still to come.
Information on annual utilization reports is still to come.
|Q1.||How large are the reports and what is their file format?|
Each hospital annual detail report is about 1.7 Mb and consists of 131 pages.
Each LTC annual detail report is about 525 Kb and consists of 45 pages.
Each hospital quarterly report is about 85 Kb and consists of 3 pages.
All files are generated in HTML format and set-up to print on letter-sized (8.5" x 11") paper.
|Q2.||How can I print HTML reports? How can I save them as a PDF?|
Open the HTML version of the report. To print, choose "Print" from your browser's options (on most browser's right-click on the report for a list of options that should include "Print"). To save as a PDF, choose "Print" from your browser's options. Select "Save as PDF" to save the report to your computer or network.
|Q3.||When are financial disclosure reports due?|
By law, annual financial disclosure reports are due four months after the end of the reporting period, which is typically the facility's fiscal year end date. Extensions up to 90 days may be granted.
Quarterly reports are due 45 days after the end of each calendar quarter.
An extension of 30 days may be granted.
|Q4.||What are some reasons why a facility does not appear in search results?|
There are several possible reasons, such as the report is not yet due, the report is delinquent, the facility is closed, the facility has placed its beds in suspense, or the facility has changed its name.
Note: All hospital locations do not submit a separate report. Many operate under a consolidated license, meaning its financial data are combined with its parent facility.
|Q5.||What is the difference between a "Submitted" report and an "Audited" report?|
The "Submitted" report contains the original data submitted by the facility.
The "Audited" report contains all revisions or corrections made by the facility and OSHPD during the desk auditing process, plus any optional data fields calculated by OSHPD. The "Audited" report is available only after OSHPD completes its desk audit. (Note – Medi-Cal rates for LTC facilities are based on the "Submitted" report.)
|Q6.||Why are some pages blank or appear to be missing data?|
OSHPD completes certain pages and data fields for the hospital annual and LTC facility annual reports. These pages and data fields will be blank on the "Submitted" report and completed on the "Audited" report. Additionally, some LTC facility pages are completed only by Medi-Cal providers, and will be blank on both the "Submitted" and "Audited" reports for non-Medi-Cal providers.
A summary of the calculated fields and LTC facility pages completed only by Medi-Cal providers are:
Calculated Fields on Hospital Annual Disclosure Report
Calculated Fields and Medi-Cal Provider Pages on LTC Facility Integrated Disclosure and Medi-Cal Cost Report
|Q7.||How does the Summary Individual Disclosure Report (SIDR) differ from the detailed annual report?|
The SIDR includes key financial and utilization data that are reported by the facility (e.g., number of patient days and net income) and calculated by OSHPD (e.g., occupancy rate and operating margin).
The HTML version of the detailed annual report contains all data.
The Excel version of the hospital annual report does not include pages 3.1 through 3.4.
The Excel version of the LTC facility annual report does not include pages 2.1, 3.1 through 3.3, and 10.6.
|Q8.||Why does the hospital SIDR based on the "Audited" report contain more information than the SIDR based on the "Submitted" report?|
As noted in Question 5 above, OSHPD completes several fields in the Hospital Annual Disclosure Report, including Page 10, which is then used to produce the SIDR. Page 10 is a summary of revenue and costs that can only be produced after the cost allocation (Pages 19 and 20) have been completed by OSHPD.
|Q9.||Does OSHPD provide a product that contains all reports?|
OSHPD provides complete sets of all hospital annual reports submitted from 2002 to the present via download at:
OSHPD is currently developing a complete set of LTC annual reports. However, no date has been set for its release.
|Q10.||Who do I contact if I have questions about a facility and/or a report?|
If you have general or technical questions about this site, a facility, or a report, please contact OSHPD's Healthcare Data Resources Unit (HDR) at (916) 326-3802 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the HDR is unable to answer your question, they will contact the appropriate data program representatives.