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Who is in our hospitals-- and why?

Author: Randy FransooPatricia MartensHeather PriorCharles A BurchillIna KosevaAll authors
Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba : Manitoba Centre for Health Policy : University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Community Health Services, Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Electronic Library, 2013. 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This report provides a snapshot of patients in acute care hospitals in Manitoba during 2009/10-2010/11. In this period, Manitoba had 4,006 beds in 71 hospitals1 distributed among its five recently reorganized health regions. Facilities ranged from the two large Tertiary hospitals in Winnipeg to the 26 small rural hospitals spread across the province. The results in this report describe hospital patients by age,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Randy Fransoo; Patricia Martens; Heather Prior; Charles A Burchill; Ina Koseva; Leanne Rajotte; Need to Know Team,; Manitoba Centre for Health Policy,; University of Manitoba. Department of Community Health Services,
ISBN: 9781896489728 1896489729
OCLC Number: 865475910
Notes: "September 2013."
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 342 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Executive Summary. Hospital Use in Manitoba --
Hospital Use by Service Type --
Alternate Level of Care (ALC) Patients --
Results by Region, Hospital Type, and Hospital --
Heavy Users of Hospital Days --
Conclusions and Recommendations --
Chapter 1: Introduction and Methods. Context --
Objectives --
Research Team, Advisory Group and Regional Health Authorities --
Hospitals in Manitoba --
Alternate Level of Care (ALC) Patients and Codes --
Methods --
Chapter 2: The Use of Hospitals in Manitoba. Introduction --
Hospital Use by Age and Sex --
Hospital Use by Income Quintile --
Hospital Use by Sickness Level (RUB) --
Hospitalizations and Days of Care by Service Type and Region --
Location of Hospitalization of Manitoba Residents --
Where Hospital Patients Came From --
Predicting Hospitalization --
Chapter 3: Alternate Level of Care (ALC) Patients and Hospitalizations. Introduction --
ALC Hospitalizations by Age and Sex --
ALC Hospitalizations by Income Quintile --
ALC Hospitalizations and Days of Care by Sickness Level (RUB) --
ALC Hospitalizations and Days of Care by Region --
Location of ALC Hospitalizations and Days of Care --
Where ALC Patients Came From: Hospitalizations and Days of Care --
Predicting ALC Hospitalization --
Possible ALC Hospitalizations and Days of Care --
Lessons learned --
Chapter 4: Hospitalizations and Days of Care Used by Service Type and Region. Introduction --
Summary Results for Manitoba --
Hospital Use by Service Type and Region of Residence --
Results by Health Region --
Results by Hospital Type --
Chapter 5: Heavy Users. Introduction --
Heavy Users: Hospitalizations --
Heavy Users: Demographics --
Heavy Users by Income Quintile --
Heavy Users by Region --
Heavy Users by Discharge Disposition --
Heavy Users by Reason for Hospitalization --
Hospital Location and Catchment for Heavy Users --
Predicting Heavy Users --
Chapter 6: Conclusions and Recommendations. References --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Randy Fransoo, Patricia Martens ; The Need to Know Team: Heather Prior, Charles Burchill, Ina Koseva, Leanne Rajotte.
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"This report provides a snapshot of patients in acute care hospitals in Manitoba during 2009/10-2010/11. In this period, Manitoba had 4,006 beds in 71 hospitals1 distributed among its five recently reorganized health regions. Facilities ranged from the two large Tertiary hospitals in Winnipeg to the 26 small rural hospitals spread across the province. The results in this report describe hospital patients by age, sex, sickness level, reason for hospitalization, socioeconomic status, region of residence, and location of hospitalization. Results are provided for each hospital, along with summary tables by health region and Hospital Type. Patients identified as Alternate Level of Care (ALC) were a particular focus because a significant portion of hospital days are dedicated to providing this care. Analyses were also conducted to characterize Heavy Users of the hospital system"--Page xxi.

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