30-day readmission rate for U.S. inpatient hospital stays 2014, by diagnosis

This statistic displays the 30-day readmission rate, per 100 index patient stays, for U.S. inpatient hospital stays in 2014, by major diagnosis. According to the data, those with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders had a 30-day readmission rate of 22.9 per 100 index patient stays.

30-day readmission rates for U.S. inpatient hospital stays in 2014, by diagnosis

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Source

Release date

October 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2014

Supplementary notes

Diagnoses are grouped using the Clinical Classification Software (CCS). Only CCS with at least 100,000 index stays are shown; “other” CCS that group a nonspecific set of diagnoses, as well as diagnoses related to cancer and pregnancy, are excluded. Highlighting indicates diagnoses that were not ranked in the top 20 for either 7-day or 30-day readmissions.

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