Methods for analyzing health care utilization and costs

Published: January 1, 1999
Category: Bibliography > Papers
Authors: Ash A, Diehr P, Hornbrook M, Lin DY, Yanez D
Countries: United States
Language: null
Types: Population Health
Settings: Academic

Annu Rev Public Health 20:125-144.

Department of Biostatistics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA

Important questions about health care are often addressed by studying health care utilization. Utilization data have several characteristics that make them a challenge to analyze. In this paper we discuss sources of information, the statistical properties of utilization data, common analytic methods including the two-part model, and some newly available statistical methods including the generalized linear model. We also address issues of study design and new methods for dealing with censored data. Examples are presented.

PMID: 10352853

Resource Utilization,Cost Burden Evaluation,Predictive Risk Modeling,United States,Data Interpretation,Statistical,Health Services/utilization,Health Services Research/methods,Health Services Research/statistics & numerical data

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