Mayo Clinic Group Return is a child organization, under an unknown parent.
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MCHS Franciscan Healthcare La Crosse; Mayo Clinic Hospital in Rochester; Mayo Clinic Hospital in Florida; MCHS in Albert Lea and Austin; MCHS in Eau Claire; MCHS in New Prague; MCHS in La Crosse; MCHS in Fairmont; MCHS in Red Wing; MCHS in Mankato; Group Return; Arizona
Program areas at Mayo Clinic Group Return
Patient care (see schedule o)patient caremayo Clinic, as an affiliated Group of healthcare entities, is an integrated, not-for-profit Group practice and has sites in rochester, Minnesota; scottsdale/phoenix, Arizona; jacksonville, Florida and also serves more than 60 communities in the upper midwest through the Mayo Clinic health system. Mayo Clinic is driven by its mission of providing the best patient care to every patient every day through integrated clinical practice, education, and research. Doctors from every medical specialty work together to care for patients and are joined by common systems and a philosophy that the needs of the patient come first. There are 16 subordinate organizations from the Mayo Clinic affiliated Group that are part of this Group Return. Operations include 22 hospital facilities (20 licensed hospitals), numerous clinical facilities, 1 nursing home, 4 elderly/assisted living facilities and 7 chemical dependency treatment centers, an ambulance service organization, 1 foundation-type organization and 1 organization that provide support services (shared services) to Mayo Clinic, its affiliates and patients.geographically, the subordinates are located in phoenix/scottsdale, Arizona; jacksonville, Florida; southern Minnesota; and western Wisconsin. For purposes of this statement, patient care encompasses patient services (hospitals, clinics & ambulances), housing for the elderly (nursing homes & elderly housing facilities) and the sale of medical products and health information. On an aggregate basis, the hospital subordinates had 4,140 licensed beds. For the subordinate hospital and clinical practices, the annual patient count (a distinct count of the medical record numbers that received billable medical services) in 2019 was approximately 821,000 patients. During 2019, the subordinate ambulance service provided medical transportation for approximately 73,000 patients and responded to approximately 26,300 emergent requests that did not result in the transportation of a patient. In addition, housing for the elderly is provided through the operation of 5 facilities that provide independent living, assisted living and/or long-term care. The subordinates provide care to persons covered by governmental programs. Services are provided to both medicare and medicaid patients at substantial discounts from standard fees. Financial assistance is also provided for patients that are financially unable to pay for services provided. For 2019, the aggregate cost of uncompensated care provided to low income patients through medicaid was approximately $252,086,654. The aggregate cost of uncompensated care provided to patients through medicare was approximately $758,842,870. Financial assistance (at cost) provided to patients in 2019 on a combined basis was approximately $63,929,809.the subordinates received donated services from approximately 5,050 community volunteers, who provided approximately 445,788 hours of service in 2019, valued at approximately $11,336,400 based on the independent sector's average estimated hourly value of such services.
Medical research (see schedule o)medical researchmayo Clinic, as an affiliated Group, conducts basic, translational, clinical and epidemiological research at its campuses in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida and throughout the Mayo Clinic health system. The needs of patients is what drives research at Mayo Clinic. As doctors treat patients and see opportunities for advancing patient care, they work together with Mayo scientists and research teams to develop new and improved diagnostic tools, medications, devices, treatment protocols and more.mayo Clinic's unique culture of collaboration and teamwork, and its extensive facilities and resources, make it possible for researchers to unravel and solve complex research questions. Answering these questions requires a team of physicians who care for patients with a disease, basic scientists who investigate the condition's molecular basis and epidemiologists who study its effect on populations. This close integration makes it possible to quickly bring proven diagnostics and therapeutics to patients and share this knowledge with the next generation of doctors and scientists.the research activities conducted by the subordinates are conducted at the Arizona and Florida locations and at several of the health system sites in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Research is concentrated in the areas of cancer, metabolism, neurosciences, neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases and gi disorders/transplantation.
Shared services (see schedule o)shared servicesas part of its exempt function, one of the subordinate organizations (Mayo foundation for medical education and research) facilitates efforts and shared services on behalf of and for the benefit of Mayo Clinic and its affiliates. Certain services are centralized within the subordinate organization and include finance, human resources, legal, public affairs, supply chain, information technology and various other services. Certain costs related to providing these shared services are allocated out or charged to the affiliates. Facilitating these efforts and services allows Mayo Clinic and its affiliates to better carry out their exempt functions by reducing costs, having standardized practices and procedures, and creating economies of scale.