2 edition of use made of hospital activity analysis for the provision of catchment populations. found in the catalog.
use made of hospital activity analysis for the provision of catchment populations.
T. F. Cook
by SocialEast Thames Regional Health Authority, Statistics and O.R. Department in (Croydon)
Written in English
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Hospital Outpatient Activity - /12 Pre-Release Access List [pdf, size: kB ] Hospital Outpatient Activity - April March national attendances CSV. Objectives To assess variation in access to and use of community rehabilitation services for patients with a hip fracture, and whether this affects length of stay in hospital. Design Cross-sectional study using administrative patient-level data from Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) and organisational survey data. Setting A regional health economy in South West England served by four acute Cited by: 6.
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Two primary care clinics (Ndirande and Chilomoni Health Centers) and a referral facility, which also offers outpatient ART treatment (Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital), serve the study population. In the parent CRTs, a sample size of 28 clusters was required, and cluster boundaries were based on existing community health worker catchment by: Indicators of catchment health: a technical perspective [D. J., and Walker, J. Joseph Reuter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Landholders, planners and environmentalists want to make rational decisions about catchment management. First they need a report card on the health of their catchments. What indicators do they need on the report card?
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The identification of hospital catchment areas is an important challenge in health services research (Garnick et al. ).Hospitals receive patients from geographical units, some of which represent a large proportion of the hospital's total activity, and some of which are physically far removed from the by: The hospital.
Analysis of trust business cases for rebuilding and other developments and strategies proposed by health authorities shows wide variations in the assumptions made about almost every aspect of future hospital provision.
Edwards N. Hospital provision, activity, and productivity in England since the s. by: He uses principal components analysis to incorporate additional information such as the size and distribution of the hospital’s activity.
Although the K -means clustering captures a larger share of the hospital’s admissions, the catchment areas are generally much larger than is the case using the marginal methods. Identification of Hospital Catchment Areas Using Clustering: An Example from the NHS Article in Health Services Research 45(2) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Stuart Gilmour.
Hospital Activity Analysis J. FORSYTHE, Wessex Regional Hospital Board Hospital Activity Analysis is one element of a Health Service Information System. It provides a file of discharges from acute beds in the hospital service. The system is an extension of Hospital In-Patient Enquiry and its justification is that it.
Modelling catchment areas for secondary care providers: A case study with debates about which approach is best.
15, 16 We used estimates of hospital catchment populations for The provision. These included duplications, and the collection of data that was not further used.
Sixteen of the total 72 forms (%) that make up one of the key secondary data books (Hospital data/MTUHA book 2) could not be completed with the information collected in the primary data books.
Moreover, the hospital made no use of any of the secondary by: 7. The identification of hospital catchment areas is an important challenge in health services research (Garnick et al. Hospitals receive patients from geographical units, some of which represent a large proportion of the hospital's total activity, and some of which are physically far removed from the hospital.
Table 1 reveals that the difference in geographic access between the travel-time and "crow-fly" approaches are small, though clearly the populations within a 1 hour window of the hospitals considered are much lower than when all hospitals are considered ( and % respectively for critical and surgical care facilities; % and % respectively for facilities with an Obstetrician Cited by: Historically, the approach taken to the provision of acute hospital services in Northern Ireland has been similar to that in the U.K.
National Health Service (NHS) – generally, the provision of local (district) general hospitals that supply the majority of the hospital needs of resident populations in defined districts, where such districts are typically natural and coherent population Cited by: 1. activity for the general practices making up each cohort were compared by means of the Wilcoxon signed rank test, and were considered to be significant at a probability value of p, Age and sex distributions were obtained for the different laboratory catchment populations.
These were expressed as percentages of the populations in the ageCited by: The two step floating catchment area (2SFCA) method has emerged in the last decade as a key measure of spatial accessibility, particularly in its application to primary health care access.
Many recent ‘improvements’ to the original 2SFCA method have been developed, which generally either account for distance-decay within a catchment or enable the usage of variable catchment sizes. Keywords: Bayesian, catchment area, cancer, service area SUPPLEMENT: Computer simulation, Bioinformatics, and statistical analysis of Cancer Data and Processes CITATI oN: Wang and Wheeler.
Catchment area analysis Using Bayesian regression modeling. Cancer Informatics (s2) 71–79 doi: /CIn.s RECEIvED: novem Every hospital shall use the notice set forth in paragraph (10) of this subdivision which shall indicate the determinations made, shall state the reasons therefor and that the patient's attending physician has disagreed, and shall state that the patient or the appointed personal representative of the patient may request a review of such.
To promote rational drug use in developing countries, it is important to assess drug use pattern using the World Health Organization (WHO) drug use indicators. The aim of this study was to assess the drug prescription patterns at the Medical Outpatient Pharmacy of Hawassa University Teaching and Referral Hospital, using some of the WHO core drug use by: Objective: To relate the sizes of general practice catchment areas in one London borough to list size, deprivation payments, medical staffing, and locally and nationally recognised measures of quality.
Design: Study of general practice catchment area maps. Setting: London borough of Lambeth. Subjects: 60 out of the 71 general practices in by: area [a´re-ah] (pl.
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The catchment area identified in this data consists of a 40 mile radius (i.e. market area) around a current or former inpatient MTF. If the straight line distance from the MTF to a ZIP’s center is 40 miles or less, the ZIP is defined as a catchment ZIP within the MTF’s market area and associated with the MTF’s DMIS ID.
The use and abuse of measures is derived from how effectively the indicators are used to support effective communication, or confusion, between people, places and service provision. Destination measures showing catchment populations e.g.
number of people in the catchment for hospitals. Planning decisions have been made for new land use Cited by:. Health Information: Use of information technology in processing and analysis Hospital Activity.
Accident and Emergency: A&E systems track patients from first arrival through encounters with NHS staff, through diagnosis and (possibly) intervention to outcome (discharge, admission etc). A&E systems have risen in prominence since major.This is the final report for the project, "The Role of Home- and Community-Based Services in Meeting the Health Care Needs of People with AIDS," conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
(MPR), for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE).Patient transfers to mainland Britain were a recognised and often substantial element of the health care activity for all the islands studied.
The percentage of patients transferred is naturally fewest where hospital provision is most extensive. The Isle of Man sends between and cases to the mainland each year, almost exclusively by by: