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Hospitalization

“Nyt” (News) from Statistics Denmark and the Statbank, Statbank tables on hospitalisation rates (https://www.dst.dk/en/Statistik/nyt/relateret?pid=580). Statistical Yearbook and Statistical Ten-Year Review contain selected sections about hospitalisation rates. The journal “Sociale forhold, sundhed og retsvæsen (Statistiske Efterretninger)” (social conditions, health and legal system (statistical information)), the series Sygehusbenyttelse (hospitalisation rates) was last published for the year 2012.

Release calendar

The publication date appears in the release calendar. The date is confirmed in the weeks before.

Release calendar access

The Release Calender can be accessed on our English website: Release Calender.

User access

Statistics are always published at 8:00 a.m. at the day announced in the release calendar. No one outside of Statistics Denmark can access the statistics before they are published.

News release

The subject page on Hospitalisation rates: (https://www.dst.dk/en/Statistik/emner/levevilkaar/sundhed)

Publications

The statistics are presented in the annual publications in Statistical Ten-Year Review, Statistical Yearbook and Denmark in Figures, which can be found in Statistics Denmark’s web pages.

On-line database

The statistics are published in the StatBank under the subjects in the following tables:

  • IND01: Admissions by region, diagnosis, emergency/non-emergency, age, sex and time
  • INDAMP03: Population by group of diagnosis, key figures, age, sex and time
  • INDP10: Rates for admissions of children by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • AMB05: Out-patient treatments and out-patients by region, key figures, out-patiens treatments, age, sex and time
  • AMBP09: Rates for out-patient treatments by index type, type of dwelling, age, sex and time
  • AMBP07: Rates for out-patient treatments by index type, region, age, sex and time
  • AMBP08: Rates for out-patient treatments by index type, ancestry, age, sex and time
  • AMBP10: Rates for out-patient treatments of children by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • IND05: Admissions, bed-days and hospital patients by region, key figures, bed-days, age, sex and time
  • INDP07: Rates for admissions by index type, region, age, sex and time
  • INDP08: Rates for admissions by index type, ancestry, age, sex and time
  • INDP09: Rates for admissions by index type, type of dwelling, age, sex and time
  • INDAMP01: Population by region, group of persons, key figures, age, sex and time
  • INDP01: Hospital patients by region, dominant diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • INDP02: Hospital patients by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • INDP03: Rates for admissions by index type, family type, age, sex and time
  • INDP04: Rates for admissions of adults by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • INDP05: Rates for admissions of adults by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • INDP06: Rates for admissions of children by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • INDAMP02: Population by region, group of diagnosis, key figures, age, sex and time
  • AMBP01: Out-patients by region, dominant diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • AMBP02: Out-patients by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • AMBP03: Rates for out-patient treatments by index type, family type, age, sex and time
  • AMBP04: Rates for out-patient treatments of adults by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • AMBP05: Rates for out-patient treatments of adults by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • AMBP06: Rates for out-patient treatments of children by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • AMB02: Out-patient treatments by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • AMB01: Out-patient treatments by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • AMB03: Out-patient treatments and out-patients by region, key figures, age, sex and time
  • AMB04: Out-patient treatments and out-patients by region, key figures, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • IND02: Admissions by region, diagnosis, emergency/non-emergency, age, sex and time
  • IND03: Admissions, bed-days and hospital patients by region, key figures, age, sex and time
  • IND04: Admissions, bed-days and hospital patients by region, key figures, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • SKAD01: Emergency department visits by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • SKAD02: Emergency department visits by region, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • SKAD03: Emergency department visits and emergency patients by region, key figures, age, sex and time
  • SKAD04: Emergency department visits and emergency patients by region, key figures, diagnosis, age, sex and time
  • SKAD05: Emergency department visits and emergency patients by region, key figures, reason for contact, age, sex and time
  • SKADP01: Emergency department patients by region, dominant contact reason, age, sex and time
  • SKADP02: Emergency department patients by region, reason for contact, age, sex and time
  • SKADP03: Index for emergency treatments by index type, family type, age, sex and time
  • SKADP04: Index for emergency treatments of adults by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • SKADP05: Index for emergency treatments of adults by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • SKADP06: Index for emergency treatments of children by index type, education, age, sex and time
  • SKADP07: Index for emergency treatments by index type, region, age, sex and time
  • SKADP08: Index for emergencytreatments by index type, ancestry, age, sex and time
  • SKADP09: Index for emergency treatments by index type, type of dwelling, age, sex and time
  • SKADP10: Index for emergency treatments of children by index type, socioeconomic status, age, sex and time
  • LIGEHI7: Gender equality indicator of admissions, outpatient treatm. and e.r. visits by indicator, type, region, age, family type, diagnosis and time
  • LIGEHB7: Admissions, outpatient treatments and emergency room visits by type, region, sex, age, family type, diagnosis and time

Micro-data access

External access to de-identified Micro-data is only available via Statistics Denmark’s Research Services.

Other

The hospitalisation rates register with de-identified Micro-data exists as module data in an internal database, and data can be made available to employees in e.g. Statistics Denmark’s Research Services and SD Consulting on application in this regard.

Confidentiality - policy

Publications of Hospitalisation rates comply with: the data privacy policy of Statistics Denmark.

Confidentiality - data treatment

The statistics are not published at a level detailed enough for individuals to be identified.

Documentation on methodology

The basis and contents of the statistics are described in Statistical Information. Statistical Information for 2012 is the last version of this and concerns admissions (not outpatient treatments). Furthermore, the content of the register of hospitalisation statistics is documented in Statistics Denmark’s documentation system (TIMES) and, in 2015, a number of variables were high-quality documented.

Quality documentation

Results from the quality evaluation of products and selected processes are available in detail for each statistics and in summary reports for the Working Group on Quality.