Gov. Rick Scott’s proposed budget would inflict particular pain on hospitals that treat large numbers of Medicaid patients, but the amount of the pain varies.
A preliminary analysis from the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida, updated Thursday afternoon, indicates the hardest-hit would be Jackson Memorial, at $133.5 million.
Next-highest is Shands Hospital at the University of Florida in Gainesville, with estimated losses of more than $60 million.
Here is the updated list:
–Miami Children’s: $34.4 million
–All Children’s, St. Petersburg: $38.9 million
–Shands-Gainesville: $51.8 million
–Jackson Memorial, Miami: $133.5 million
–Mount Sinai, Miami Beach: $237,749
–Shands-Jacksonville: $13.6 million
–Tampa General: $32.5 million
–Orlando Health: $937,187
–Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale: $42.2 million
–Memorial Healthcare, Fort Lauderdale: $58.4 million
–Lee Memorial, Fort Myers: $20.9 million
–Sacred Heart, Pensacola: $3.7 million
–Bay Medical, Panama City: $2.6 million
–Sarasota Memorial: $9 million
–Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach: $2.8 million
Medicaid rates vary within a community because hospitals that offer specialized levels of care, such as trauma centers and neonatal units, have higher average costs.