1 edition of Geographical variations in industrial costs found in the catalog.
Published 1984 by Administrator in Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
This is an interim report of a research project commissioned by the Department of Industry... the researchis being undertaken by Peter Tyler, Barry Moore and John Rhodes - Introduction.
|Statement||Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge|
|Publishers||Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|2||Discussion papers / Department of Land Economy -- no.12|
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Length of stay was calculated as the number of days between the hospital admission date and the hospital discharge date. Results: effects of geography on costs were similar across diagnoses. A new methodology is adopted which provides important new insights and which avoids many of the limitations of earlier work.
A 2014 study found evidence of significant unexplained variation between hospitals in health outcomes and resource use following THR and TKR, but little is known about the factors associated with such variation.
Statistical Analysis The hierarchical structure of the data consisted of patients level 1nested in lower level super output area level 2 and in CCGs level 3.
To those taking big end-of-the year tests and finishing an unconventional school year--good luck and remember that…. 01 eTable 9 in the. Empirical evidence also underlines that transport costs tend to be higher in the early or final stages of a movement, also known as the. We did not observe a clear gradient for costs, which were lower in other urban areas compared with large urban areas.
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Conclusions and Relevance In this study, models indicated that higher surgical volume by surgeon and by hospital as well as private hospitals Geographical variations in industrial costs associated with better patient outcomes, which could be explained by the changing case mix of public hospitals treating an increasing number of more complex patients.
Distance is commonly the most basic condition affecting transport costs. Although these factors did not attenuate the magnitude of variation across health areas, they had ecological correlations with the observed geographical variations in outcomes of surgery by health area. Variation between CCGs was greater for OKS change with 78 CCGs 37. Our study was not designed to suggest solutions to these potential geographical inequalities. Review of Development Economics 5: 392—405• Long term trends in parasuicide and unemployment in Edinburgh, 1968—87.
There are well-known geographical variations in the provision of common surgical procedures, including total hip replacement THR and total or unicompartmental knee replacement TKRas publicized through the NHS Atlas of Variation.
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While policy makers may have intended this differential in healthy and less healthy ie, straightforward and more complex patients between public and private hospitals, there have potentially been unintended consequences.