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Patients discharged from short-stay hospitals by size and type of ownership
Michael J. Witkin
by U.S. Health Services and Mental Health Administration; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||[by Michael J. Witkin]|
|Series||National Center for Health Statistics. Series 13, no. 4. Vital and health statistics. Data from the National Health Survey, Public Health Service publication no. 1000, ser. 13, no. 4., Public Health Service publication ;, no. 1000, ser. 13, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||RA407.3 .A349 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 29 p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||68062243|
Furthermore, when we examined lengths-of-stay by discharge location and by hospital ownership with a different DRG (see Appendix Exhibits A5–A8) 15 and across all DRGs (see Appendix Exhibit A9. An unanswered question to date is whether the prevalence of strategic discharge increases a patient’s risk of infection, medical errors, or dying while still at the facility. 4We use the term \strategic discharge" to refer to hospitals discharging patients for nancial reasons rather than clinical ones. 2.
Serious discharge difficulties include patients being discharged too early, and not being assessed or consulted properly beforehand; System-wide leadership and shared ownership across health and social care are needed to improve transfers of care from hospital; Discharge and transfer planning should be started before or on admission. diagnosis, patient sex, patient age, and hospital geograph-ic region (according to US census regions), bed size, and ownership type (i.e., proprietary, state and local govern-ment, or nonprofit). The NHDS collects data on up to 7 diagnoses for each discharged patient sampled. The first-listed diagnosis is the principal diagnosis if it were speci-.
A discharge summary will be the main document that allows the physician to relate the patient’s health history and the different medical and nursing care plans that the patient underwent while under the care of the hospital physician. This ensures that the resident healthcare team at the nursing home will know how to care for the new patient. OBJECTIVES: This report presents national estimates for and selected trend data on the use of non-Federal short-stay hospitals in the United States. Estimates are provided by demographic characteristics of patients discharged, geographic region, ownership and bed size of hospitals, principal expected source of payment, conditions diagnosed.
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Get this from a library. Patients discharged from short-stay hospitals by size and type of ownership: United States - [Michael J Witkin; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),]. Number and percent distribution of patients discharged from short-stay hospitals, by hospital size, by ownership, and by geographic region: United States, October-December 6 E.
Daily discharge ratios in short-stay hospitals. by hospital size. Percent distribution of patients discharged from short-stay hospitals by bed size of hospital, according to diagnostic geographic region, bed size, and ownership of the short-stay hospitals (tables ). Statis-tics on women with deliveries (tables 7–8), conditions diag- The change in the type.
Discharges, days of care, and average length of stay are reported by age, sex, and color of the discharged patients, and by geographic region, bed size, and type of ownership of the hospitals. Some comparisons of data for are made with those for and to identify changes in patterns of hospitalization after the institution of.
Data on the use of short-stay hospitals, abstracted from a national sample of medical records of discharged patients: discharges, days of care, and average length of stay reported by age, sex, and ethnicity of the discharged patients, and by region, bed size, and type of ownership of the hospitals.
injuries diagnosed for inpatients discharged from short-stay hospitals in has been published in a previous report.z Other reports on the utili-zation of short-stay hospitals have been pub-lished that include data on the demographic characteristics of patients discharged; the size, type of ownership, and location of hospitals.
” Only a doctor can authorize a patient ʼ s release from the hospital, but the actual process of discharge planning can be completed by a social worker, nurse, case manager, or other person. Ideally, and especially for the most complicated medical conditions, discharge planning is done with a.
Fast Facts on U.S. Hospitals, The American Hospital Association conducts an annual survey of hospitals in the United States. The data below, from the AHA Annual Survey, are a sample of what you will find in AHA Hospital Statistics, definitive source for aggregate hospital data and trend analysis, AHA Hospital Statistics includes current and historical data on.
Author(s): National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) Title(s): Patients discharged from short-stay hospitals by size and type of ownership, United States, ; statistics are presented on the utilization of short-stay hospitals, based on data abstracted by the Hospital Discharge Survey from a national sample of records of discharged patients.
The rates of hospital utilization were discharges and 1, inpatient days per 1, persons in the civilian, noninstitutional population. The utilization of short-stay hospitals varied by age, sex, and color of the patient and by size and type of ownership of the hospitals.
State Number Hospitals Staffed Beds Total Discharges Patient Days Gross Patient Revenue ($) AK - Alaska: 1, 45,$5, AL - Alabama: source of payment, geographic region, bed size, and ownership of the short-stay hospitals (tables 1–6).
Statistics on women with deliveries (tables 7–8), conditions diagnosed (tables ), and procedures performed (tables 15–22) also are shown by patient and hospital. newborn infants, were discharged from non-Federal short-stay hospitals and an estimated million days of care were used.
The average length of stay for patients discharged from non-Federal short-stay hospitals was days in The average length of stay has declined from 7,3 days in to days in —a decline of about Estimates shown in this report are for patients in non-Federal short-stay hospitals, excluding newborn infants, discharged during Nonmedical data are presented on the number and rate of discharges and of days of care, and average length of stay for patients discharged, by age, sex, and color and by geographic region, bed size, and type of.
What is hospital discharge. When you leave a hospital after treatment, you go through a process called hospital discharge. A hospital will discharge you when you no longer need to receive inpatient care and can go home. Or, a hospital will discharge you to send you to another type of facility.
Many hospitals have a discharge planner. Hospitals are responsible for the cost and quality of care under value-based reimbursement models even after the patient is discharged. Some models, like bundled payments, may extend the hospital’s accountability for just 30 to 90 days after discharge, while other models, like accountable care organizations, hold hospitals responsible for.
"Presents national estimates and selected trend data on the use of non-Federal short-stay hospitals in the United States. Estimates are provided by demographic characteristics of patients discharged, geographic region, ownership, and bed size of hospitals, principal expected source of payment, conditions diagnsoes, and surgical and.
Of this million,(%) were rural patients discharged from rural hospitals to PAC (either home health or skilled nursing facility care). Rural patients discharged to PAC were more commonly white, poor, and hospitalized in a government facility.
There were small differences between the groups in other characteristics (Table 1). National Hospital Discharge Survey. The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) 3 is an annual survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
Started inthis survey program has continuously compiled a statistically representative sample of hospitalization from non-Federal and non-military short-stay.Variables include information on the patient's demographic characteristics (sex, age, date of birth, race, and marital status), dates of admission and discharge, status at discharge, diagnoses, procedures performed, and hospital characteristics such as number of beds, ownership, and region of the country.
Citation View help for Citation.Statistics are presented on the utilization of short-stay hospitals, based on data abstracted by the Hospital Discharge Survey from a national sample of records of discharged patients.
hospital discharges, days of care, and average length of stay are.