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ESOSDER (All Rights Reserved)
Issue 51
Year 2014
Scope İşletme

TO DIAGNOSIS RELATED GROUPS (DRG) BY COMPARISON BETWEEN HOSPITAL AND COUNTRY: A CASE STUDY
Abstract
In this study; DRG data was gathered in one year in four different hospitals where Respiratory Infections (E62 ) cases of patients were evaluated in order to retain their demographic, clinical and financial backgrounds.. Study data, attached to the Ministry of Health in 2011 in Chest Diseases Hospital inpatient cases include E62. These cases demographic data, the average length of stay, discharge status, case mix index, in terms of relative values and repayment amounts were compared on the basis of hospitals and countries. E62 cases in men 67%, women 33% were observed. E62C drg's 52% of the incidence of the most common E62 cases where, E62 cases the average length of hospital stay of 18.7 days, which was the E62 cases of 91.4% compared healing with the condition were discharged, hospital reimbursement in the relative values and E62 DRG diversity frequencies that are directly affected and with case-mix index is a positive correlation between the amount of reimbursement have been identified. Both between countries and between hospitals terms DRG data were found to be significantly different. Besides the use of DRG data for the financing of the cases in terms of epidemiological and demographic parameters is an important resource for decision support systems. DRG analysis studies done in other cases, case-based health planning is expected to contribute significantly to.
Key Words: Diagnostic Related Groups, Respiratory İnfections, Relative Value, Payback, Case Mix Index.

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