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HCUP Statistical Briefs - Preventable Hospitalizations
The HCUP Statistical Briefs present simple, descriptive statistics on a variety of specific, focused topics. These briefs are developed by AHRQ through a Federal-State-Industry partnership.
 
HCUP Statistical Briefs - Preventable Hospitalizations
These HCUP Statistical Briefs provide statistics about potentially preventable or avoidable hospitalizations in U.S. hospitals.
 
#195 Trends in Potentially Preventable Inpatient Hospital Admissions and Emergency Department Visits (PDF file, 152 KB; HTML).
#192 Potentially Preventable Pediatric Hospital Inpatient Stays for Asthma and Diabetes, 2003-2012 (PDF file, 152 KB; HTML).
#178 Geographic Variation in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations for Acute and Chronic Conditions, 2005-2011 (PDF file, 158 KB; HTML).
#159 Trends in Rates of Perforated Appendix, 2001-2010 (PDF file, 304 KB; HTML).
#151 Trends in Potentially Preventable Hospital Admissions among Adults and Children, 2005-2010 (PDF file, 236 KB; HTML).
#99 Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations for Acute and Chronic Conditions, 2008 (PDF file, 152 KB; HTML). News Brief
#96 Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations among Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligibles, 2008 (PDF file, 178 KB; HTML). News Brief
#83 Potentially Preventable Hospitalization Rates Declined for Older Adults, 2003–2007 (PDF file, 190 KB; HTML). News Brief
#72 Nationwide Frequency and Costs of Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations, 2006 (PDF file, 133 KB; HTML). News Brief
#61 Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations among Hispanic Adults, 2006 (PDF file, 141 KB; HTML). News Brief
#36 Trends in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations among Adults and Children, 1997-2004 (PDF file, 199 KB; HTML). News Brief
#10 Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations, 2003 (PDF file, 170 KB; HTML). News Brief
 

Internet Citation: HCUP Statistical Briefs - Preventable Hospitalizations. Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP). November 2015. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. www.hcup-us.ahrq.gov/reports/statbriefs/sb_preventable.jsp.
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