Long-Term Care Facility Financial Data


Complete Data Set#

The complete set of Long-Term Care Annual Financial data contains data collected from all skilled nursing, intermediate care, mentally disordered/developmentally disabled and congregate living health facilities licensed by the State of California. The information collected includes  general facility information, patient days and revenue by payer, balance sheet, statement of changes in equity, income statement, statement of cash flows, expenses, and labor detail.

These data files contain information from reports having report period end dates within each specified calendar year (January through December).

To view available data sets, please click on the button below to be linked to the California Health & Human Services Open Data Portal.  In addition to the data files themselves, the Open Data Portal also contains the related Documentation and “Page-Column-Line to Excel” crosswalk.

For earlier versions of the complete data set, please email dataandreports@oshpd.ca.gov or call (916) 326-3802.

Pivot Profiles#

The following pivot profiles were developed using the long-term care annual financial data covering the report periods ended in the years listed. You can choose a specific facility or county, or create a custom aggregation for example: investor owned facilities in a specific county with a specified number of beds.

Selected Data#

Due to the large size of the complete dataset a selected set of data representing a wide range of commonly used data items has been created for convenience. The selected data file includes basic facility demographics, financial statement items, utilization data and labor information.

See the data file documentation for selected data files from 1997 to present.

The following pivot trends were developed using the long-term care annual financial data covering five reporting periods in the years listed and use charts to display various financial trends. You can choose a specific facility or county, or create a custom aggregation, for example: investor-owned facilities in a specific county with a specified number of beds.