Utilization of short-stay hospitals by patients with AIDS United States, 1984-86 by Edmund Graves

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .

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  • AIDS (Disease),
  • Hospital utilization -- United States -- Length of stay

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Statementby Edmund J. Graves
SeriesNCHS advancedata -- no. 156, DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 88-1250
ContributionsNational Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. :
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Open LibraryOL17972180M

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During an estimated 37, patients with AIDS were discharged from short-stay non-Federal hospitals (table 1). These patients were hospitalized an average of 16,2 days per episode and useddays of inpatient hospital care. This is the third year that records have been. May 24,  · 1.

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Graves, Division Health and Care Statistics. Abstract. The number of cases of acquired immunodeficieney syndrome (AIDS) reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has increased each year since In 19S4, 4, cases of AIDS were reported.

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 10 percent.

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 patienta discharged from non-Federal short-stay hospitals was days in The average length of stay has declined from days in to days in —a decline of about 11 percent. The average length of stay for patients dis- charged from short-stay hospitals in in- creased consistently from days in the small- est hospitals ( beds) to days in the largest hospitals ( beds or more).

This pat- tern of increase, shown in table D, also occurred by sex and age of the patients. Hospitalizations in the United States among HIV-Infected Individuals in Short-Stay Hospitals, to Long-term Outcomes and Healthcare Utilization of Patients with HIV/AIDS and.

Jun 01,  · The rate of hospital stays that included an HIV diagnosis (principal or secondary) perpopulation decreased for all groups under age 55, but increased for patients aged 55 years and over. Cumulatively, the rate of stays that included an HIV diagnosis decreased for Cited by: 1.

Utilization by procedures. One or more procedures were performed for an estimated million of the million inpatients discharged from short-stay hospitals during A total of million pro- cedures, or an average of per patient who underwent at.

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Office of Research and Demonstrations.]. Utilization trends and patterns in Medicare short-stay hospital inpatient services have shown substantial changes since the implementation of PPS.

Coinciding with the introduction of PPS, the number of short-stay hospital discharges declined for the first time in the history of the Medicare 3rdrailphotography.com by: 8. Hospital short-stay policy issues increased their use of observation status instead of admitting patients.

Greater use of outpatient observation stays has caused concern about beneficiaries’ financial liability. While Medicare cost sharing for outpatient observation services is typically.

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He emphasizes how critically ill the patients. Oct 01,  · This Statistical Brief presents data from the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) on characteristics of inpatient stays in U.S. community hospitals in The distribution of type of hospital stay (surgical, medical, and maternal or neonatal) is presented for different characteristics (patient age, primary payer, and hospital region).Cited by: Hospital Bed Occupancy and HIV/AIDS in three Major Public Hospitals of Addis Ababa, 3rdrailphotography.com 3rdrailphotography.com Int J Bio med Sci V ol.

6 No. 3 S eptember InternatIo nal journal of. The stay is short, but the level of service can be intense. Many hospitals even use former med/surg units with smaller private patient rooms as short-stay settings, but proximity of these units to the departments generating patients can sometimes be problematic.

Trends in hospital stays that include principal and secondary diagnoses of HIV are presented overall and by patient age group from through Characteristics of hospital stays involving HIV are provided, including occurrence of HIV-related conditions.

The 15 most common diagnoses for HIV-related hospital stays are compared from through Description. The definitive guide to the care of HIV-infected patients.

Written by Dr. John Bartlett, a world-renowned expert, this book reflects the most up-to-date policies and recommendations of the AIDS Care Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital and includes current treatment guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services and the International AIDS Society.

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Director, David Paje, MD. True to the innovation that is Hospital Medicine and to address the rising healthcare needs of the population, members of the Division of Hospital Medicine founded the Medical Short Stay Unit (MSSU) in July This service provides care to medical patients that require a brief hospital stay, expected to be less than 48 hours.

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Friedman, Sara L. Merwin. Each DRG has a weight established for it based primarily on Medicare billing and cost data.

Each weight reflects the relative cost, across all hospitals, of treating cases classified in that DRG. The short stay hospital files include PPS exempt units (rehabilitation and psychiatric) and waiver state (Maryland) hospitals not paid under the PPS.

Aug 01,  · This Statistical Brief presents data from the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) on hospital stays for children in with comparative information from earlier years.

Descriptive analyses were performed on the HCUP Kids’ Inpatient Database (KID) which is created every three years. The KID is the only database specifically developed to study hospitalizations of children. Cited by: Differences in HIV-Related Hospitalization Among White, Black, and Hispanic Men and Women of Florida Article in Women & Health 47(2) · February with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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The book includes tips for intradepartmental collaboration to guide professionals through the process of selecting a. High hospitalization rates can have a ripple effect, leading to long wait times, frequent diversion of patients to other hospitals, and higher patient-care expenses.

However, a sizable number of inpatient admissions can be prevented through dedicated clinical observation units, or COUs. How Was Your Hospital Stay. Patients' Reports about Their Care in Canadian Hospitals Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Medical Association Journal (11) · July with 62 Reads.

Some hospitals now use hospitalists, doctors who oversee a patient's care while he or she is in the hospital. If your hospital doesn't, ask who you should contact and how. Long length of hospital stay in children with medical complexity Article in Journal of Hospital Medicine 11(11) · July with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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This book focuses on the latest UR and patient status requirements to help hospitals perform high-quality. A short stay or acute care hospital focuses on patients who stay on average of less than 30 days. A _____ is a physician that monitors the patient from admittance to the hospital to the patient's discharge.

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