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Limited Data Request

California Hospitals and Health Departments can now request Limited Data through the online request portal

Research Data Request

Eligible requestors from non-profit Universities can request non-public datasets

Custom Data Analysis Request

Customized aggregate data reports

Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS)

Learn more about CPHS and the review of research projects involving human subjects

HCAI Data Pricing Policy

Learn more about HCAI's Data Pricing Policy

Data Documentation

Supplemental documents and information on HCAI’s data.

Publicly Available Data

Annual Financial Disclosure Reports

Hospital Annual Financial Disclosure Report 

This report is filed annually by each hospital licensed by the State of California. The information collected includes the type of ownership, number of beds, balance sheets and income statements, revenues by payer, and expenses by natural classification.

Long-Term Care Annual Financial Disclosure and Medi-Cal Cost Report

This report is filed annually by each skilled nursing, intermediate care, mentally disordered/developmentally disabled and congregate living health facility licensed by the State of California. The information collected includes the type of ownership, number of beds, balance sheets and income statements, revenues by payer, and expenses by natural classification.

You can search for Annual Reports for individual health facilities on SIERA.

Quarterly Financial and Utilization Reports

This report is filed quarterly by each hospital licensed by the State of California. The information collected includes summary financial and utilization information.

You can search for Quarterly Reports for individual health facilities on SIERA.

CHHS Open Data Portal

The California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS) has launched its Open Data Portal initiative in order to increase public access to one of the State’s most valuable assets – non-confidential health and human services data. Its goals are to spark innovation, promote research and economic opportunities, engage public participation in government, increase transparency, and inform decision-making. “Open Data” describes data that are freely available, machine-readable, and formatted according to national technical standards to facilitate visibility and reuse of published data.

The portal offers access to standardized data that can be easily retrieved, combined, downloaded, sorted, searched, analyzed, redistributed and re-used by individuals, business, researchers, journalists, developers, and government to process, trend, and innovate.