Statistical Note, Volumes 76-100
Survey and Reports Section, Biometry Branch, Office of Program Planning and Evaluation, NIMH, 1974
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accounted additions Administration admissions admitted Adult age group Alcohol Disorders auspices average beds Black male catchment area characteristics Children CMHC CMHC's COLOR AND SEX COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH compared county mental hospitals Depressive Disorders diagnosis differences discharges Drug Disorders error estimated facilities FEDERALLY FUNDED COMMUNITY figure FUNDED COMMUNITY MENTAL Government halfway houses higher Includes increase Indicated inpatient services length of stay less located Long Male marital status Medicaid MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS Michigan Neuroses Never Married nonpoverty nonpublic hospitals Nonwhite North older operation Organic Brain Syndromes outpatient psychiatric services patient care episodes payments PERCENT DISTRIBUTION persons population poverty Primarily prior private mental hospitals programs proportion PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT UNITS rates ratio Region relatively reported represented residents respectively Schizophrenia SELECTED Separated Serves Short shown shows South staff Statistical Note survey Table Total treatment Type of Halfway UNITED STATES 1971 Urban utilization White female Widowed
Page 13 - Region I: Region II: Region III: Region IV: Region V: Region VI: Region VII: Region VIII: Region IX: Region X...
Page 19 - A household consists of. all the persons who occupy a housing unit. A house, an apartment, or other group of rooms, or a single room, is regarded as a housing unit when it is occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters; that is, when the occupants do not live and eat with any other persons in the structure and there Is either (1) direct access from the outside or through a common hall or (2) a kitchen, or cooking equipment for the exclusive use of the occupants.
Page 14 - MARYLAND; PENNSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA. AND WEST VIRGINIA ALABAMA, FLORIDA, GEORGIA KENTUCKY, MISSISSIPPI, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND TENNESSEE ILLINOIS. INDIANA, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, OHIO. AND WISCONSIN IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, AND NEBRASKA ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, NEW MEXICO, OKLAHOMA.
Page 5 - Patient care episodes are defined as the number of residents in inpatient facilities at the beginning of the year (or the number of persons on the rolls of noninpatient facilities) plus the total additions to these facilities during the year.
Page 18 - Socioeconomic indicators from census tract data related to rates of mental illness, Working Paper, No.
Page 8 - Region III Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia Region IV Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee...
Page 6 - Duplicate counting of persons also occurs in the other component of patient care episodes, that is, the number of cases at the beginning of the interval. This component is approximated by the sum of the number of residents in inpatient facilities and the number of persons on the rolls of noninpatient facilities at the beginning of the year. Duplication does not occur in counting residents, since it is not physically possible for a given individual to be resident in two different types of inpatient...
Page 6 - ... from this table the following private psychiatric office practice; psychiatric service modes of all types in hospitals or outpatient clinics of Federal agencies other than the VA (e,g.. Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, Department of Defense Bureau of Prisons, etc.); Inpatient service modes of multiservice facilities not shown in this table: all partial care episodes, and outpatient episodes of VA hospitals.