SuperUser Account / Thursday, August 25, 2016 / Categories: New York State hospital Department of Health Hospitals in New York State Hospitals in New York State About Hospitals in New York State Patient's Rights Financial Assistance Programs Hospital Regional Offices Hospital Complaint Form Hospital Profiles Hospital Profiles Hospital Maternity-Related Procedures and Practices Accredited Providers & Accreditation Organizations Accredited Providers & Accreditation Organizations Reports and Surveys Hospital-Acquired Infection Reporting System Hospital Complaint and Survey Information New York Patient Occurrence and Tracking System (NYPORTS) Annual Report Resident Work Hours and Conditions of Post-Graduate Trainees New York State regulations (NYCRR Title 10 Section 405.4 - Paragraph 6 of subdivision (a)) limit the working hours of post-graduate trainees (resident physicians) to maintain patient safety. The Department's Division of Hospitals and Diagnostic and Treatment Centers (DHDTC) oversees compliance reviews performed by an independent contractor. Hospitals with more than ten residents are subject to triennial on-site assessments which include interviews of residents and other appropriate hospital staff, observations of resident working conditions, and reviews of medical records, operating room logs and other documentation. Hospitals with fewer than ten residents are subject to an off-site review. Since the program's oversight in 2001, hospital compliance with these regulations has increased significantly. Annual and Triennial reports summarizing the results of these reviews since 2005 are available at the links below. Resident Working Hours Annual Report Working Hours and Conditions Post-Graduate Trainees Annual Compliance Report - Contract Year 11 - [10/1/11-9/30/12] (PDF) Working Hours and Conditions Post-Graduate Trainees Annual Compliance Report - Contract Year 10 - [10/1/10-9/30/11] (PDF) +Previous Resident Working Hours Annual Reports Through Year 1 Hospital Rate-Setting Hospital Medicaid Rate Reform Institutional Cost Reports (ICRs) ICR - Audit Fee Schedules Diagnosis Related Groups, Service Intensity Weights, Trimpoints and Average Lengths of Stay Hospital Inpatient DRGs, SIWs, Trimpoints, ALOS Top 20 DRGs for 2009 (Non-Medicare) Top 20 DRGs for 2008 (Non-Medicare) Top 20 DRGs for 2007 (Non-Medicare) Top 20 DRGs for 2006 (Non-Medicare) Top 20 DRGs for 2005 (Non-Medicare) Laws and Regulations New York State Public Health Law - Article 28 Title 10 Part 405 - Hospitals-Minimum Standards Related Information Hospital Administrator Related Web Sites Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services - Hospital Compare Previous Article NYS Health Profiles Next Article NYSED Print 1031 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.