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Geographical variation in hospital admission rates: an analysis of workload in the Oxford region, England John N Newton, Valerie Seagroatt, Michael Goldacre
Unit of Health-Care Epidemiology, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Oxford, Old Road, Headington, Oxford OX3 7LF J N Newton V Seagroatt M J Goldacre Correspondence to: Dr J N Newton. Accepted for publication March 1994
Abstract Objective - To measure variation in hospital admission rates between health districts in part of the English NHS, comparing a wide range of medical and surgical conditions. Design - Retrospective analysis of interdistrict variation using linked routine hospital admission data. Comparisons were also made with levels of variation reported from the USA. Setting - Oxford Regional Health Authority, 1979-86. Subjects - Six district health authorities - total study population 2 -I million people, 1 6 million hospital admissions. Main measures - Age and sex standardised hospital admission rates for resident populations for individual operations and diagnoses; systematic components of variation (SCV). Results - Of 118 standard operation groups, 38 (26% of surgical workload) showed high variation (SCV 16 or more) and 40 (36% of surgical workload) showed low variation (SCV