Data & Reports
Social and Community Impact with Data
HCAI’s Social and Community Impact with Data page highlights core data programs that provide transparency into the direct social and community impacts of California’s health care facilities. HCAI defines “Social and Community Impact” as programs providing transparency into efforts that address social injustices in the community.
Programs and visualizations in the Social and Community Impact with Data portfolio can also be found in Showcase and Topics sections.
The Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) creates visualizations and other data-based products from the information it manages. These products provide context to make data more useful and meaningful.
HCAI produces datasets and data products from a variety of sources, including reports submitted to HCAI by nearly 9,500 licensed healthcare facilities as well as facility construction and healthcare workforce data managed in the administration of HCAI programs.
Hospital and long-term care financials, Chargemasters, prescription drug costs, and more to support and advance healthcare cost transparency.
Patient-level administrative data abstracted from individual patient records and facility-level utilization data on healthcare services from hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Reports based on healthcare utilization data to support higher quality, more efficient, and cost-effective patient care.
Healthcare Facility Attributes
Summary, license, safety, and construction information about California hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Information about healthcare professionals and colleges, California shortage areas, and HCAI programs to improve access to care.
Resources that help consumers navigate, use, and interpret HCAI and other related healthcare data.
The Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) produces over 150 datasets and products taken from reports submitted to HCAI by approximately 9,500 individual, licensed healthcare facilities including hospitals, long-term care facilities, primary care clinics, specialty clinics, hospices, and home health agencies. This page includes a list of all available datasets. For a list of featured visualizations and other curated content, please visit the A-Z Content Page.