Table 18. Adult non-obstetric inpatient admissions at Indian Health Service and Tribal hospitals classified as sensitive to ambulatory services by project sitea.

Fiscal year 2010

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Project Site Adult non-obstetric admissions classified as sensitive to ambulatory services
All adults Adults with diabetes or CVD Adults without diabetes or CVD
Percent Percent Percent
Site 01 20.2% 22.0% 16.2%
Site 02 21.8% 27.7% 9.5%
Site 03 25.7% 30.1% 15.8%
Site 06 29.6% 31.0% 25.9%
Site 07 22.2% 28.0% 11.3%
Site 08 30.1% 36.3% 18.2%
Site 09 54.5% 64.6% 22.8%
Site 10 25.9% 34.3% 12.1%
Site 11 27.8% 36.7% 9.6%
Site 12 25.9% 33.3% 13.4%
Site 13 15.6% 21.8% 7.5%
Site 14 20.5% 29.8% 8.9%
       
12 Project Sitesa 23.4% 30.8% 11.1%

a Software developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality was used to identify ambulatory sensitive hospital admissions, which are defined as admissions that may be prevented with access to and use of outpatient services. Obstetric admissions and admissions for patients aged 17 years and younger were excluded from this analysis. Two sites are not included in these analyses as they do not provide inpatient services.
CVD: Cardiovascular disease

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Internet Citation: Table 18. Adult non-obstetric inpatient admissions at Indian Health Service and Tribal hospitals classified as sensitive to ambulatory services by project sitea. : Fiscal year 2010. June 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/system/delivery-system-initiative/ihs/chap5tab18.html