Trends in hospital activity: Australia 1991–92 to 2000–01. Occasional Papers: New Series No.15
This paper explores the patient casemix of a number of known trends. That is, it uses the Australian Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (AR-DRG) v4 classification to investigate trends in the utilisation of admitted patient services; the average length of stay (ALOS); the public/private balance (both in terms of patients and hospitals); and, finally, the use of hospitals by older people.
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