The Lown Institute Hospitals Index is the first ranking to evaluate hospital social responsibility of more than 3,000 U.S. hospitals.
The Social Responsibility ranking is based on 54 metrics across three main categories: equity, value, and outcomes. Only 75 hospitals made the Lown Index Honor Roll by earning “A” Grades in all three of those categories. See the Honor Roll hospitals, and other key findings from our full results below. (press release | methodology)
Watch our launch video featuring the creators of the Lown Hospitals Index, Dr. Vikas Saini, president of the Lown Institute, and Shannon Brownlee, special advisor to the president at the Lown Institute.
Out of more than 3,000 hospitals, only 75 achieved Honor Roll status by earning “A” grades in equity, value, and outcomes, the three metrics used to determine overall social responsibility.
These are the best-ranked hospitals for social responsibility in each state.
States sorted by average hospital ranking on social responsibility.
Social Responsibility scores and grades for the three main categories for the 20 top hospitals on the US News & World Report ranking.
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