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UHCE - SEPHO
Epidemiological database

This website contains information on episodes of hospital care in England between April 1999 and March 2003.
Using HES (Hospital Episode Statistics) data, the website includes the following information.

Case-mix: clinical combinations
Diagnoses and/or operations that occur on the same Finished Consultant Episode record.

Case-mix: position of diagnoses on records
For each diagnosis, show the place on the record where the condition is coded - whether, for example, in the main position or elsewhere, on the first, the last, or an intermediate FCE.

Case-mix: position of operation on records
For each operation show the place on the record where it is coded - whether, for example, in the main position or elsewhere, on the first, the last, or an intermediate FCE.

Counts
Spells and people by diagnosis from HES data, comparing counts given by analysing Continuous Inpatient Spells and individual people.

Admissions and mortality atlases
Atlases showing geographical analyses of hospital admissions and mortality across the country.

Mortality trends (not currently available)
Documents showing trends in mortality in England by disease.


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Alternatively, you can search by diagnosis and pick the information you need.



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The contents and analyses in this part of the website were designed by Michael Goldacre. The analyses were undertaken by David Yeates, Matt Davidson, Nick Hall, Hong Harper, Myfanwy Griffith, Leicester Gill.

The work was funded at various times by the Department of Health, the NHS National Co-ordinating Centre for Research Capacity Development, the Department of Health's National Institute for Health Research, the Department of Health's National Centre for Health Outcomes Development, and the Nuffield Department of Population Health.

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