Indiana Heart Hospital in Indianapolis, which opened in February, bills itself as the country's first all-digital hospital, but you'll have to pay to see it.
Charging $2,500 per tour, the $60 million specialty hospital has hosted about 10 tours for officials from other healthcare facilities who are interested in its computer system and architectural plan, says spokesperson Laura Roman.
Roman says the hospital charges because the hospital CEO and several other top managers have to spend much of the day on each visit. The 88-bed hospital is a joint venture between Community Hospitals, an Indianapolis hospital system, and local cardiologists and cardiac surgeons.
The hospital's Centricity Information System, developed by GE Medical Systems Information Technologies, in Waukesha, Wis., creates one electronic record for four types of heart patient information: cardiac waveforms, images, text and data, GE Medical says.