Ten Leading Causes of Ambulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalizations
Patients Under 18 Years of Age, Both Sexes, Michigan Residents, 2014
|AMBULATORY CARE SENSITIVE CONDITIONS
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| ALL AMBULATORY CARE SENSITIVE CONDITIONS
| Bacterial Pneumonia
| Grand Mal & Other Epileptic Conditions
| Kidney/Urinary Infections
| Severe Ear, Nose & Throat Infections
| Failure to Thrive, Age > 1 Year
| All Other Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions
Ambulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalizations are hospitalizations for conditions where timely and effective
ambulatory care can decrease hospitalizations by preventing the onset of an illness or condition,
controlling an acute episode of an illness or managing a chronic disease or condition.
Hospitalizations are inpatient hospital stays as measured by stays that were completed
during the specified year. The number of hospitalizations is often greater than the number of persons
hospitalized since some persons are hospitalized more than once during a year.
Percent of all hospitalizations that were categorized as preventable
hospitalizations for the specified year.
Leading Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions in the table are based
on primary diagnosis only.
All Other Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions include primary and secondary diagnoses
for iron deficiency anemia and nutritional deficiency, by secondary diagnosis for dehydration,
and by primary diagnosis for all other conditions.
Michigan Resident Inpatient Files created by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services,
using data from the Michigan Inpatient Database obtained with permission from the Michigan Health & Hospital Association Service Corporation (MHASC).
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Last Updated: 04/07/2016