Readmission rates for type 2 diabetes patients in U.S. hospitals by therapy 2014-2016

Hospital readmission rates for U.S. patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes from 2014 to 2016, by therapy type*

Readmission rates for type 2 diabetes patients in U.S. hospitals by therapy 2014-2016 This statistic depicts the rate of hospital readmissions in the United States for patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes between 2014 and 2016, by therapy type. During these years, some 12 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes were readmitted within three days for three non-insulin products.
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Hospital readmission rates for U.S. patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes from 2014 to 2016, by therapy type*

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Readmission rate
3-day readmissions for any insulin products8.7%
3-day readmissions for 3 non-insulin products11.9%
30-day readmissions for any insulin products18.1%
30-day readmissions for 3 non-insulin products22.4%
Readmission rate
3-day readmissions for any insulin products8.7%
3-day readmissions for 3 non-insulin products11.9%
30-day readmissions for any insulin products18.1%
30-day readmissions for 3 non-insulin products22.4%
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This statistic depicts the rate of hospital readmissions in the United States for patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes between 2014 and 2016, by therapy type. During these years, some 12 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes were readmitted within three days for three non-insulin products.
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Release date
2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2014 to 2016
Special properties
acute-care hospitals
Supplementary notes
* Figures reflect the percentages of Type 2 diabetes patients who were readmitted to an inpatient facility in the three-year period between 2014 and 2016. These percentages include patients who filled multiple prescriptions. Readmissions are not necessarily due to Type 2 diabetes. 2 Patients who filled prescriptions for any insulin products may have also filled prescriptions for products in the non-insulin category, and vice versa.
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