Healthcare Providers UBS Weekly National & State Hospital COVID-19 Volume Tracker – Recovery Favorable for Now

The Tracker is built on data recently procured from the CDC. This dataset is updated with the participating number of providers increasing each week & is reported to the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network COVID-19 module.

04 Jun 2020

US National Hospital Growth: June 2 Prior Week Growth vs. April 1

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Healthcare Safety Network

The line graph illustrates the growth of participating hospitals week over week, from April 7 through June 2, 2020.

Introducing the UBS Weekly National & State Hospital COVID-19 Tracker

The UBS Weekly National & State Hospital COVID-19 Tracker is built on data we've recently procured from the CDC that generally includes 40-100% of every hospital within  each  participating  state.  This  dataset  is  updated  each  week  with  the  participating number of providers increasing each week and is reported to the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) COVID-19 module. The CDC uses statistical methods to aggregate, cleanse, smooth and report the data that can be found inside this report.

National hospital volumes are +14% above April 15-22 vs. 13% last week

Based on our analysis of the CDC data, the prior week 7 day average daily census (ADC) on June 2 is +14% above April 15-22.  This compares to the 7 day average of +13% last week and 7 day average of +4% 1 month prior.  In general, we find the slope of the curve to be flattening slightly but still tilted positively.

Leading state: South Dakota (+65%) / Lagging state: Maryland (-34%)

We rank the states from highest to lowest off the 4/15-4/22 lows on the following pages. SD is trending the highest (+65%). Conversely, MD is lagging all 50 states with an ADC that is 34% below the baseline.  Notable state performance: Texas (+24%); Florida (+16%); Michigan (+19%); Nevada (+9%); California (+13%).

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