The Use of Hospitals by Older People: a Casemix Analysis. Occasional Papers New Series Number 11
This paper uses national hospital morbidity data and the Australian Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (AR-DRG) classification to identify the casemix of different age groups. Major Diagnostic Categories (MDCs), Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs), adjacent DRGs, DRG types and clinical profiles are all taken into account. Public and private hospitals are covered, but only acute episodes are considered in scope.
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