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HCUP Database and Product Releases

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Updated 5/19/20

State databases are released on a monthly basis (Database year: State). Information on obtaining them is available at the HCUP Central Distributor.
 
National Databases State Databases
National Inpatient Sample (NIS)
  • December 2019: 2017 NIS
Kids' Inpatient Database (KID)
  • September 2018: 2016 KID
Nationwide Readmissions Database (NRD)
  • December 2019: 2017 NRD
Nationwide Emergency Department Sample (NEDS)
  • December 2019: 2017 NEDS
Nationwide Ambulatory Surgery Sample (NASS)
  • December 2019: 2017 NASS
State Inpatient Databases (SID)
  • NEW May 2020:
    • 2018: KS, NC, NE, NJ, RI
  • Prior releases:
    • 2018: CA, KY, MS, NV, WI, WV
    • 2017: DE, MA
    • 2016: DE


State Ambulatory Surgery and Services Database (SASD)
  • NEW May 2020:
    • 2018: NC, NE, NJ
    • 2016: HI
    • 2015: HI
    • 2014: HI
  • Prior releases:
    • 2018: CA, KY, NV, WI


    State Emergency Department Database (SEDD)
    • NEW May 2020:
      • 2018: NC, NE, NJ, RI
    • Prior releases:
      • 2018: CA, KY, NV, WI
      • 2017: MA
 
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Tools and Software Releases
Updated 5/29/20
May 2020 Clinical Classifications Software Refined (CCSR) for ICD-10-CM diagnoses (v2020.3; valid through FY 2020 with two new diagnosis codes added 4/1/2020)
May 2020 AHRQ has released new information in HCUP Fast Stats
  • Two sections of the National Hospital Utilization and Costs topic, Trends in Inpatient Stays and Most Common Diagnoses for Inpatient Stays, have been updated to include national statistics and top diagnoses for 2017. The Trends in Inpatient Stays section presents national trends in inpatient utilization across a variety of patient characteristics. The Most Common Diagnoses for Inpatient Stays section presents the most common conditions listed as the principal diagnosis for hospital inpatient stays by year and across a variety of patient characteristics.
  • The Hurricane Impact on Hospital Use topic has been updated to delineate three new medical conditions - circulatory conditions, infections, and respiratory conditions. This topic presents the percent change in population-based inpatient and emergency department (ED) utilization rates post- versus pre-hurricane for 11 U.S hurricanes between 2005 and 2017. In addition to the three new medical conditions, hospital utilization statistics are provided for all conditions and for injuries by age group and county proximity to the hurricane.
Other Information: See the HCUP Fast Stats section of HCUP-US.
April 2020 HCUP Fast Stats — AHRQ has released new information in HCUP Fast Stats. The Opioid-Related Hospital Use topic has been updated to include new inpatient and emergency department (ED) data. Since the last update in April 2019, this topic now includes additional 2017 inpatient data (11 States), 2017 ED data (12 States), 2018 inpatient data (36 States), 2018 ED data (27 States), 2019 inpatient data (15 States), and 2019 ED data (4 States).
Other Information: See the HCUP Fast Stats section of HCUP-US.
February 2020 Clinical Classifications Software Refined (CCSR) for ICD-10-CM diagnoses (v2020.2; valid through FY 2020)
 
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Publication Releases
Updated 5/19/20
May 2020 HCUP Statistical Brief #257 Costs of Emergency Department Visits for Mental and Substance Use Disorders in the United States, 2017 (PDF file, 251 KB)
April 2020 HCUP Statistical Brief #256 Hospital Inpatient Stays Related to Opioid Use Disorder and Endocarditis, 2016 (PDF file, 176 KB)
March 2020 HCUP Statistical Brief #255 Inpatient Stays and Emergency Department Visits Involving Traumatic Brain Injury, 2017 (PDF file, 311 KB)
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Internet Citation: HCUP Databases and Product Releases. Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP). May 2020. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. www.hcup-us.ahrq.gov/news/db_products.jsp.
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