Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders, 1974-1978
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Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders, 1974-1978 by Edmund Graves

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mental health -- United States.,
  • Hospital utilization -- United States -- Length of stay.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Edmund Graves and Chris Lovato.
SeriesNCHS advancedata -- no. 70., DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 81-1250.
ContributionsLovato, Chris., National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.). Division of Health Care Statistics.
The Physical Object
Pagination6 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17826271M

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Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders: Published Date: Series:Cited by: 7. Abstract "Data in this,report from health and demographic surveys present statistics by age and other variables on ambulatory medical care; selected demographic characteristics of teenage wives and mothers; expected principal source of payment for hospital discharges; health practices among adults; and utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders, Estimates are. Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders: Series Title: Vital and health statistics., Ser, Compilations of advance data from vital and health statistics ;, no. 7.; DHHS publication, no. (PHS) Statistics are presented on the utilization of non-Federal short-stay hospitals based on data abstracted in the Hospital Discharge Survey from a national sample of hospital records of discharged inpatients. Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders: Personal Author: national estimates on the.

Statistics are presented on the utilization of non-Federal short-stay hospitals based on data abstracted in the National Hospital Discharge Survey from a national sample of hospital records of discharged inpatients. Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders: Personal Author: national estimates. Utilization of short-stay hospitals in the treatment of mental disorders: June Advance data. E Graves; C Lovato; Read more. Article. During these same years (–), the rate of discharges of elderly persons from short-stay hospitals also increased from hospitalizations per 1, population to In , % of the total Medicare population was discharged from acute care hospitals with diagnoses of mental disorders. services include treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, as well as chronic or non-acute medical conditions that require attention during a patient’s hospitalization and can be Septem VHA HANDBOOK

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