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TABLE 4

Hospitals in the Pathways for Improving Inpatient Pediatric Asthma Care Study

CharacteristicHospitals (n = 85)
Hospital type, n (%)  
 Children’s 40 (47) 
 Community 45 (53) 
Teaching hospital, n (%) 78 (92) 
Inpatient pediatric beds, mean (SD) 39 (51) 
Hospital size, total beds, n (%)  
 Small (<100) 6 (7) 
 Medium (100–249) 26 (31) 
 Large (≥250) 53 (63) 
Geographic region, n (%)  
 West 18 (21) 
 South 26 (31) 
 Northeast 14 (16) 
 Midwest 27 (32) 
Location, n (%)  
 Urban 39 (46) 
 Suburban 38 (45) 
 Rural 8 (9) 
Presence of pediatric ICU, n (%) 52 (61) 
Ownership model, n (%)  
 Government 9 (11) 
 Private, nonprofit 68 (82) 
 Private, investor owned 6 (7) 
Presence of EHR, n (%) 83 (98) 
Total physicians on staff for inpatient pediatric unit, mean (SD) 7.6 (6.4) 
CharacteristicHospitals (n = 85)
Hospital type, n (%)  
 Children’s 40 (47) 
 Community 45 (53) 
Teaching hospital, n (%) 78 (92) 
Inpatient pediatric beds, mean (SD) 39 (51) 
Hospital size, total beds, n (%)  
 Small (<100) 6 (7) 
 Medium (100–249) 26 (31) 
 Large (≥250) 53 (63) 
Geographic region, n (%)  
 West 18 (21) 
 South 26 (31) 
 Northeast 14 (16) 
 Midwest 27 (32) 
Location, n (%)  
 Urban 39 (46) 
 Suburban 38 (45) 
 Rural 8 (9) 
Presence of pediatric ICU, n (%) 52 (61) 
Ownership model, n (%)  
 Government 9 (11) 
 Private, nonprofit 68 (82) 
 Private, investor owned 6 (7) 
Presence of EHR, n (%) 83 (98) 
Total physicians on staff for inpatient pediatric unit, mean (SD) 7.6 (6.4) 
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