Texas Health Care Information Collection
Center for Health Statistics
- Inpatient Report. This report provides an overview of hospitalizations in Texas during 2013 based on Public Used Data File (PUDF) inpatient data. The information contained in this report is intended for anyone interested in a better understanding of services provided by hospitals and the characteristics of patients who received them. The report consists four sections: overview of statistics for inpatient hospital stays, most frequent conditions in hospital stays, most frequent procedures performed in hospital stays and charge for inpatient hospital stays.
Statistical briefs are a series of simple, descriptive statistics on specific, focused topics.
Reports on Hospitals by Area
Preventable Hospitalizations, 2011 reports on hospital admission rates for 3 adult medical conditions that could be treated in an outpatient setting. These conditions include common health occurrences such as perforated appendix, uncontrolled diabetes and lower-extremity amputation among patients with diabetes. The report also includes 6 measures of potentially preventable hospital admissions of children. The report is a window into primary and preventive care in Texas.
Utilization of Specific Inpatient Procedures by Texas Hospital Referral Region, a set of reports on the utilization of specific inpatient procedures in 24 Texas regions in 2010.
Facts and Figures: Statistics on Hospital-Based Care in Texas, 2009 includes tables and charts of diagnoses, procedures and charges for hospital stays. It also includes an overview of the uninsured. Released February 2012 (PDF format, 203 KB). The overview of hospital care in Texas, provides answers to such basic questions as:
- What are the most frequent reasons for hospitalization?
- What are the characteristics of the patients treated?
- What were the most expensive conditions treated?
- Who is billed for hospital services?
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