Changes in travel time behavior for hospitalizations (2000-2010). (L) Travel time is the number of minutes between the patient’s residence and the hospital. Cumulative probability is the proportion of patient days utilized at hospitals greater than or equal to the specific travel time. For example, the cumulative probability at 0 minutes is equal to 1 because all hospitalizations occurred at a hospital located 0 minutes or more from the patient’s residence. In another example, the percentage of patient days at hospitals 30 minutes or further from the patient’s residence is roughly 20% in 2010 and roughly 17.5% in 2000. (R) Yearly values of cumulative probability for 20, 30, and 40 minutes are shown.