Specialty Hospitals - Government Industry in the United States - Market Report
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This Market Report is an in-depth evaluation of the Specialty Hospitals - Government Industry in the United States. Kentley Insights’ Market Reports are based on billions of data points created from millions of annual comprehensive business surveys. Used for a range of strategic purposes, from due diligence to streamlining to forecasting to evaluating new opportunities, Kentley Market Reports deliver the fact base and insights needed to make better informed decisions. The report has rich benchmarks, trend analysis, and ratios covering industry sales, growth, firms, employment, payroll, OPEX, financial ratios, profitability, state stats, firm size data, productivity, and much more.
This industry consists of establishments known and licensed as specialty hospitals primarily engaged in providing diagnostic and medical treatment to inpatients with a specific type of disease or medical condition (except psychiatric or substance abuse). Hospitals providing long-term care for the chronically ill and hospitals providing rehabilitation, restorative, and adjustive services to physically challenged or disabled people are included in this industry. These hospitals may provide other services, such as outpatient services, diagnostic X-ray services, clinical laboratory services, operating room services, physical therapy services, educational and vocational services, and psychological and social work services.
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INDUSTRY SIZE & ATTRACTIVENESS
In 2010, industry sales were $36 billion
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In 2009, the average revenue per employee was $154,927
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60% of firms are profitable
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0.2% of revenues are spent on advertising
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SALARY BY STATE BENCHMARKING
California averages $60,649 in compensation per employee
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GEOGRAPHIC EXPANSION ASSESSMENT
State Population per Employee
1 out of 722 people in New York work in the industry
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FINANCIAL RATIO BENCHMARKS
The Asset Turnover of the industry is 0.9
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There are 451 companies in the industry
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SALARY TRENDS BY SIZE OF FIRM
In 2009, average compensation per employee was $53,695