The status of hospital discharge data in six countries (Vital and health statistics : Series 2, Data evaluation and methods research ; no. 80) download epub
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TheStatus of a in Six Countries. Series 2 Number 80. Availability, comparability, and quality of cross-national hospital discharge data.
Studies of new statistical methodology including experimental tests of new survey methods, studies of vital statistics collection methods, new analytical techniques, objective evaluations of reliability of collected data, and contributions to statistical theory. Studies also include comparison of . methodology with those of other countries.
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The UK General Household Survey. Routine health statistics may be utilised in a variety of epidemiological investigations including descriptive studies (cross sectional surveys or comparative mortality or morbidity studies) and disease surveillance.
Vital statistics can be used in several ways to guide public-health policy and practice. William Farr, the rst Superintendent of Statistics in Britain’s Oce of the Registrar General, computed innovative national and subnational measures of vital statistics and mortality, which aected public-health ocials, local government representatives, and public opinion.
METHODS The estimates are based on data collected through the National Hospital Discharge Survey. In 1999 data were collected for approximately 300,000 discharges. Vital and health statistics. Series 13, Data from. The survey has been conducted annually by the National Center for Health Statistics since 1965. Of the 487 eligible non-Federal short-stay hospitals in the sample, 458 (94 percent) responded to the survey. RESULTS An estimated 3. million inpatients were discharged from non-Federal short-stay hospitals in 1999. These patients used an estimated 16. million days of care. Series 13, Data fro. 001.
Series 2. National Center for Health Statistics, 1999. Summary of number screened and interviewed assuming two different screening costs. 45. Summary of number screened in the Southwest and interviewed assuming two different screening costs. 46. DesignBased Approaches for State Estimation.
Bioethics Literature and Resources. Health Care Coverage by Age, Sex, Race, and Family Income: United States, 1986: Advance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, No. 139. EthxWeb: Literature in Bioethics. Some features of this site may not work without it. 1986 Summary: National Hospital Discharge Survey. Advance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, No. 145. September 30, 1987.
Map 1: Malignant neoplasms by NUTS 2 regions, 2008 (hospital discharges, in-patients, rate per 100 000 inhabitants) - Source: Eurostat (hlth co disch2t). Alongside information on the different ‘causes of death’, data on hospital discharges at national and regional levels are complementary means of estimating the frequency of treatment of some lethal diseases such as specific forms of malignant neoplasm. 1 Main statistical findings. Malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus and lung.
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