As a reflection of its ability to control costs the Operating Profit Margin at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital (GSAM), a US community hospital, exceeded that of benchmarked "AA" rated hospitals (top decile performance in the industry). In 2007 GSAM achieved an Operating Profit Margin of 6% against the benchmarked S&P AA/AA+ Ratings of 4% and Moody AA Ratings of 4%. In 2008 GSAM achieved 6% against S&P AA/AA+ Ratings of 4% and Moody AA Ratings of 3.8%. In 2009 GSAM achieved an Operating Profit ...

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