Hospitlization Trends by Local Health Department:
All Injury and Poisoning by External Causes (1)
Michigan Residents, Both Sexes, All Ages - 2009-2014

By Primary Diagnosis of Injury & Poisoning [N-Codes]
And Any Mention of External Causes in Secondary Diagnoses

View Hospitalization Trends - 2009-2014

LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT
    HOSPITALIZATIONS     RATES 
 95% CONFIDENCE INTERVAL 
Annual
 Average 
2009-2013
  2014   Annual
Average
2009-2013
2014
  Michigan
  Allegan County
  Barry-Eaton District
  Bay County
  Benzie-Leelanau District
  Berrien County
  Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph District
  Calhoun County
  Central Michigan District
  Chippewa County
  City of Detroit
  Delta-Menominee District
  Dickinson-Iron District
  District #10
  District #2
  District #4
  Genesee County
  Grand Traverse County
  Huron County
  Ingham County
  Ionia County
  Jackson County
  Kalamazoo County
  Kent County
  Lapeer County
  Lenawee County
  Livingston County
  Luce-Mackinac-Alger-Schoolcraft District
  Macomb County
  Marquette County
  Mid-Michigan District
  Midland County
  Monroe County
  Muskegon County
  Northwest Michigan
  Oakland County
  Ottawa County
  Saginaw County
  Sanilac County
  Shiawassee County
  St. Clair County
  Tuscola County
  Van Buren-Cass District
  Washtenaw County
  Wayne County (Excludes Detroit City)
  Western Upper Peninsula District

Notes:

(1) Any mention of these ICD-9-CM codes in Secondary Diagnoses: E800-E999

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.

External Causes of Injury and Poisoning [E-codes] are reported in the Michigan Inpatient files as secondary diagnoses (not primary diagnosis). There were up to 44 secondary diagnoses in the data files. Some hospitalizations may have more than one external cause. As a result, sum of the individual categories may be greater than the reported totals.

Zero hospitalizations are shown by a "—".

Rates are per 10,000 population for the specified age and sex group in the geographic area. Adding and subtracting the number shown after the symbol from the rate creates an interval indicating that the true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds with 95% statistical confidence.

"*" indicates the number of cases is too small (4 or less) to calculate a statistically reliable rate.

Source: 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).

Usage rights: Portions of this data are taken from a proprietary database owned and maintained by the MHASC. All rights reserved. This data may not be used for commercial purposes without first obtaining written permission from the MHASC. Contact MHASC at datakoala@mha.org for more information.


Last Updated: 03/30/2016