Tag

morbidity

6 datasets
  • Armed Forces Psychiatric Morbidity Report

    Offsite — Statistics on psychiatric morbidity in the Armed Forces. Source agency: Defence Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics Language: English Alternative title: AFPMR Jul – Sep 2009 Annual Summary 2007 January – March 2008 April – June 2008 Jul – Sep 2008 Oct – Dec 2008 Annual Summary 2008 Jan – Mar 2009 Apr – Jun 2009 Oct – Dec 2007 Import ...
  • Armed Forces Compensation Scheme

    Offsite — Compensation claims and payments for injury, illness or death caused by service in the UK armed forces. Process of the data on those who are receiving payments as part of a Guaranteed Income Payment (GIP) award or Survivors Guaranteed Income Payment (SGIP) award, Section 4: Recipients of Guaranteed Income Payments on CAPS from 1 November 2005 has been delayed. Tables ...
  • Alcohol attributable mortality and morbidity: alcohol population attributable fractions for Scotland

    Offsite — Alcohol is linked to many disease conditions and is one of the major risk factors for burden of disease in established market economies. The aim of this study was to calculate alcohol population attributable fractions for Scotland, using the best ...
  • Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System Third Update Bulletin

    Offsite — The Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitorting System comprises a basket of indicators to assess area differences in mortality, morbidity, utilisation of and access to health and social care services in Northern Ireland. Trends in Health ...
  • Death Data Files - California Department of Health

    Offsite — Death Data Files Unless there is a specific need for personal identifiers, non-confidential data files should be used. Some fields on the death files are only available for specific uses as prescribed by law. Confidential Death Files include personal identifiers such as Mother’s Maiden Name (MMN) and/or Social Security Number (SSN). Users may need to obtain approvals ...
  • A Code for What Ails You - WSJ.com

    Offsite — Today, hospitals and doctors use a system of about 18,000 codes to describe medical services in bills they send to insurers. A new federally-mandated version will expand the number to around 140,000, adding codes that can describe precisely what bone was broken and where the patient got hurt, from art galleries to chicken coops. Search for diagnosis codes from the U.S. ...