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Hospital Information: Directories and Databases
American Hospital Directory
The public has free but limited access to this database of hospital information. Create a list or a map of hospitals that match your interests. View free hospital profiles that include key characteristics, services provided, utilization statistics, accreditation status, financial information, and more. No registration is required.
Charities Bureau Registry
Use this database to search for fiscal information about a specific hospital. The database includes organizations registered with the Office of the Attorney General. This will not include, public, religious or private hospitals but rather those that are registered with not-for-profit 503-C status.
Hospitals in New York State
Forms, reports and web links about hospitals in New York State from the NYS Department of Health.
NYC.gov Public Hospitals
Brief descriptions of and links to City Hospitals.
NYS Hospital Profiles
From the website: "[U]se this site to find information about hospitals in New York State, and the quality of care they provide. Please be mindful that while we believe the quality measures presented here are among the most reliable, measuring quality is difficult because of the variation among hospitals in the complexity of patients that they treat. "
Wage and Labor Statistics
American Fact Finder
This is the page that allows you to extract data from the Census. You can access a Fact Sheet for a given community or follow the Data Sets link on the left to view the summary files.
Assests and Opprotunities Scorecard
Assets & Opportunity Scorecard provides a comprehensive answer. In addition to ranking states on 66 outcome measures spanning five issue areas—Financial Details Assets & Income, Businesses & Jobs, Housing & Homeownership, Health Care and Education and also assesses and ranks states on 67 policies.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Offers a vast array of national, state, county, and local labor statistics on such topics as unemployment, wages, and workplace injuries. Statistics are accessible by subject area, publication title, or through one of their data retrieval tools.
Jobs & Skills (Data.gov)
Discover data and resources related to America’s workforce, including the state of the labor market, business patterns, occupational skills, and more. Try using the search box to find data on a particular topic.
Labor Statistics: New York Department of Labor
Information on everything from wages to projections to the latest job figures in New York State.
Occupational Outlook: Healthcare
Information on Healthcare professions from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
State Health Facts
State by State health facts from the Kaiser Family Foundation
"Right to Work"
AFL-CIO: On "Right to Work:
According to the AFL-CIO "Right to Work" efforts" are a partisan political ploy that undermines the basic rights of workers. By making unions weaker, these laws lower wages and living standards for all workers in the state. In fact, workers in states with these laws earn an average of $5,680 less a year than workers in other states. Because of the higher wages, working families in states without these laws also benefit from healthier tax bases that improve their quality of life."
Economic Policy Institute: On the Right to Work
Economic Policy Institute's position paper on whether or not Michigan should adopt a Write to Work policy.
Workers of the World Unite