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Emergency readmissions to hospital within 30 days of discharge by diagnosis : indirectly standardised percent trends broken down by sex (I02041)
- Date Range:
- 01 Apr 2013 to 31 Mar 2021
- Publication Date:
- 6 Jan 2022
- Geographic Coverage:
- Geographical Granularity:
- Country, Regions, ONS Area Classification, Provider, Deprivation, Local Authorities, Independent Sector Health Care Providers, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships
Percentage of emergency admissions to any hospital in England occurring within 30 days of the last, previous discharge from hospital with specific diagnosis: indirectly standardised by age, sex, method of admission and diagnosis group.
The following diagnoses are used:
● Fractured proximal femur (based on ICD-10 codes: S72.0, S72.1 and S72.2) for all ages broken down by gender: male only, female only and persons
● Stroke (based on ICD-10 codes: I61* to I64*) for all ages broken down by gender: male only, female only and persons.
Results for each of these groups are also split by the following geographical and demographic breakdowns:
● Local authority of residence
● Office for National Statistics (ONS) area classification (2011 census v2 revised)
● NHS and private providers
● NHS England regions
● Deprivation (Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) Quintiles, 2019).
● Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)
● Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STP) from 2016/17
All datasets are annual trends indirectly standardised against 2013/14.