Underreporting of race in the National Hospital Discharge Survey

by Lola Jean Kozak

Publisher: [U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics in [Hyattsville, Md.] (6525 Belcrest Rd., Hyattsville 20782)

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  • Hospital utilization -- United States.,
  • Hospitals -- Admission and discharge.,
  • Ethnology -- United States.

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Statementby Lola Jean Kozak.
SeriesDHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 95-1250., Advance data -- no. 265., NCHS advancedata -- no. 265.
ContributionsNational Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p. :
Number of Pages11
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An NCHS report uses data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey to present trends in the rate of hospitalizations for total knee replacement, mean age at hospitalization, and discharge status for inpatients aged 45 and over from through METHODS: The estimates are based on data collected through the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS). The survey has been conducted annually since In , data were collected for approximately , discharges. Of the eligible non-Federal short-stay hospitals in the sample, (94 percent) responded to the survey. We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. initiated the National Hospital Discharge Survey in Survey Methodology Source of the Data. The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) covers discharges from noninstitutional hospitals, exclusive of Federal, military, and Veterans Administration hospitals, located in the 50 States and the District of Columbia.

  A study of underreporting of race/ethnicity information in the National Hospital Discharge Survey suggests that hospitals that do not report race/ethnicity information may have a higher proportion of discharges for whites and a lower proportion of discharges for blacks than hospitals that do report race/ethnicity information (35).   Data on hip fracture among nonwhites are somewhat more available, but also suffer from limitations. Questions exist about the accuracy of racial and ethnic group coding in national databases such as Medicare or the National Hospital Discharge Survey (37–39). Community-based studies may avoid coding problems, but their results may not Cited by:   Methods: A sample of 5, White, hip fracture cases, 50 years and older, was selected using data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey for Median annual household income by ZIP Code of residence based on the Census was used as the measure of socioeconomic by: Users of the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) diagnostic and/or procedure data, which is coded to the ICDCM, must take into account annual ICDCM addenda. The addenda lists new codes, new fourth or fifth digits to existing codes, as well as other modifications. Changes go into effect October 1 of the calendar year.

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Abstract. Race data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) has become increasingly incomplete in recent years. This report examine. The vast majority (85%) of hospital administrators reported always collecting data on race, but 55% reported never collecting ethnicity data.

Only 38% reported always collecting birthplace data. The practices of collecting these data items varied somewhat by hospital characteristics; for example, more large hospitals reported collecting data on race, ethnicity, and birthplace than did small by: Underreporting of race in the national hospital discharge survey.

Advance Data of the National Center for Health Satistics: Numbers16, National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville (MD) ()Cited by:   National Hospital Discharge Survey. The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS), conducted from tois a national probability survey designed to meet the need for information on characteristics of inpatients discharged from Underreporting of race in the National Hospital Discharge Survey book short-stay hospitals in the United States.

The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS), which was conducted annually fromwas a national probability survey designed to meet the need for information on characteristics of inpatients discharged from non-Federal short-stay hospitals in the United States.

Data from the NHDS are available annually and are used to examine. Links with this icon indicate that you are leaving the CDC website. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website.

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We used data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey and the National Census to calculate rates of surgeries for stress urinary incontinence by age, race, and region of the United States.

From these data we estimated morbidity and mortality associated with incontinence by: National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) public use data file.

Conducted annually by the National Center for Health Statistics, NHDS collects medical and demographic information from a sample of inpatient discharge records selected from a national probability sample of non-Federal, short-stay Size: 1MB.

The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) of the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) produces estimates of numbers of patients discharged from nonfederal hospitals located in the 50 states and the District of Columbia (2, 11, 12, 13). Eligible hospitals include those licensed facilities with at least six beds where the average Cited by: A study of underreporting of race/ethnicity information in the National Hospital Discharge Survey suggests that hospitals that do not report race/ethnicity information may have a higher proportion of discharges for whites and a lower proportion of discharges for blacks than hospitals that do report race/ethnicity information.

Our study did not. We used National Hospital Discharge Survey data from throughwhich represent approximately 1% of hospitalizations in the United States each year.

We calculated age- sex- and race-stratified rates and age- and sex-standardized rates for preventable CHF hospitalizations on the basis of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Cited by: Estimated numbers of hospitalizations for coronary heart disease among persons aged 45–54 years, by sex and survey year: National Hospital Discharge Survey, and Download: Download full-size image; Fig.

Age-specific hospitalization rate (per ,) for coronary heart disease among persons aged 45–54 years, by sex and Cited by: In-hospital falls (IF) occur in 2% to 17% of patients during short-term hospitalization [1–3].Of those, up to 50% of patients sustain a fall-related injury, with 1% to 10% classified as serious, including fractures and head injuries [4–14].In our academic institution devoted to orthopedic surgery, patients sustained at least 1 IF in the period between and [].Cited by: The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) is an annual probability survey that collects information on the characteristics of inpatients discharged from non-federal short-stay hospitals in the United States.

Who provides the data set. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. How are the data gathered. National estimates of pregnancy-associated hospitalizations, defined as all nondelivery hospitalizations that occur during pregnancy, have been calculated by using the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS); the most recent estimate was 18 hospitalizations for every US births during through4 Considerable change in the Cited by:   The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) collects medical and demographic information annually from a sample of hospital discharge records.

Variables include patients' demographic characteristics (sex, age, race, marital status), dates of admission and discharge, source and type of admission, status at discharge, final diagnoses, surgical. The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) collects medical and demographic information annually from a sample of hospital discharge records.

Variables include patients' demographic characteristics (sex, age, race, marital status), dates of admission and discharge, source and type of admission, status at discharge, final diagnoses. Kozak LJ: Underreporting of race in the National Hospital Discharge Survey, in Advance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, no Hyattsville, Md, National Center for Health Statistics, Google Scholar.

National Hospital Discharge Survey Cited by: We used data from the – National Hospital Discharge Survey, a stratified, probability-designed survey representing approximately 1% of hospitalizations in the United States.

Rates were calculated using specifications published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality requiring census data as denominators for the rates. Kozak LJ. Underreporting of Race in the National Hospital Discharge Survey.

Hyattsville, Md: National Center for Health Statistics; July 6, Advance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, No.pp Cited by: National Hospital Discharge Survey: Summary Article (PDF Available) in National health statistics reports 29(29), 24 October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

We used the US National Vital Statistics System natality data to determine the number of live births over the same period. Data for the NHDS are collected via an annual survey of hospital discharge records conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics and are used to calculate national statistics on inpatient by: Data source.

The National Center for Health Statistics has conducted the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) continuously since The NHDS is composed of a sample of all nonfederal acute care hospitals in the United States, including approximately hospitals, with equal representation of all geographic regions().The database is constructed through the surveying of discharge Cited by: The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) collects and produces national estimates on characteristics of inpatient stays in nonfederal, short-stay hospitals in the United States.

Supplier: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. Data Years Available: present. Our results of an underreporting of race/ethnicity and variability in practices on the collection of race/ethnicity data are similar to those found in the National Hospital Discharge Survey.

17 Furthermore, previous studies have reported that racial/ethnic and birthplace misclassification exists in population-based cancer registry data, 8– 11 Cited by:. 21 L.J. Kozak, Underreporting of Race in the National Hospital Discharge Survey, Advance Data from Vital and Health Statistics no.

(6 July ), 1– Google Scholar DetailsCited by: The National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS) collects medical and demographic information annually from a sample of hospital discharge records.

Variables include the patients' demographic characteristics (sex, age, race, marital status), dates of admission and discharge, status at discharge, final diagnoses, surgical and nonsurgical procedures.Injury-related visits to hospital emergency departments: United States, --Office visits for glaucoma: United States, --Relationship between cigarette smoking and other unhealthy behaviors among our nation's youth: United States, summary: national hospital discharge survey --Underreporting of race in the national.