days per thousand

A standard measure of utilisation in the US which refers to an annualized use of hospital or other institutional care, which corresponds to the number of hospital days used/year/1,000 covered lives

days per thousand

Managed care A standard measure of utilization that refers to an annualized use of hospital or other institutional care, which corresponds to the number of hospital days used/yr per 1000 covered lives
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The best comparison is to review the use of bed days per thousand covered lives per year.
The North-East lost two working days per thousand employees in 2003, well below the national average of 19 and other regions such as Northern Ireland (101), London (51) and Scotland (39).
The preliminary results from the treatment group indicate: -- a decrease in depressive symptoms, based on Hamilton Depression Scale scores -- a decrease in members identified with barriers to medical compliance -- a decrease in depression outpatient facility visits, compared to an increase in the control group -- a decrease in medical outpatient facility visits, compared with an increase in the control group -- a decrease in emergency room utilization, versus a control group increase -- a decrease in medical inpatient days per thousand, compared to an increase in the control group -- ROI of 1.
We can see that plans are now documenting reduced [emergency department] visits and days per thousand in the hospital.
That's also the age when hospitalization needs double - from 554 bed days per thousand people ages 55-64 to 1,130 bed days per thousand between 65-74.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the need for long-term care services for the elderly will more than double during the next 30 years, with aging alone resulting in a 7% increase in hospital days per thousand over the next 10 years.
Variations in membership lead to discrepancies in every utilization and financial statistic, from capitation revenue to hospital days per thousand.
28 Weighted average number of common shares outstanding 9,306 9,343 9,298 9,381 Operating statistics: Enrollment (end of period) 355,402 240,539 355,402 240,539 Annualized hospital days per thousand (1) 274 272 277 301 Medical loss ratio (2) 90.
Friendly Hills has achieved one of the lowest hospitalization rates in the nation: 157 hospital days per thousand for commercial patients, versus a national average of more than 350; and 1,115 hospital days per thousand for its senior population, versus more than 1,800 nationwide.
These programs have helped Friendly Hills achieve one of the lowest hospitalization rates in the nation: 157 days per thousand for commercial patients, versus a national average of more than 350; and 1,078 days per thousand for its senior population, versus more than 1,800 nationwide.
The sheer number of CPT codes and the interlinking of the various diagnostic and treatment scenarios is infinitely more complex than traditional utilization measures--hospital days per thousand etc.