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Lincoln, NE (HRR)
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Key Statistics
Medicare Enrollees, by Gender (2015)
Overall 63,545
Male 28,382
Female 35,163
Medicare Enrollees, by Race (2015)
Overall 63,545
Black 317
Non-Black 63,228

Hospital Capacity, 2012

In order to account for the use of care by patients who live in one area but obtain care in another, hospital resources for acute care short-term hospitals have been allocated to areas in proportion to the actual patterns of use. Please see the FAQ for details.

Physician Workforce, 2011

In order to account for the use of care by patients who live in one area but obtain care in another, the physicial workforce measures have been allocated to areas in proportion to the actual patterns of use. Please see the FAQ for details.

Total Medicare Reimbursements per Enrollee by Adjustment Type, 2015

  Lincoln
Age, Sex & Race Only $8,905
Price, Age, Sex & Race $9,372
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Hospital & SNF Reimbursements by Adjustment Type, 2015

 
  Lincoln
Age, Sex & Race Only $3,819
Price, Age, Sex & Race $4,096
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Physician Reimbursements by Adjustment Type, 2015

  Lincoln
Age, Sex & Race Only $2,225
Price, Age, Sex & Race $2,304
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Outpatient Reimbursements by Adjustment Type, 2015

 
  Lincoln
Age, Sex & Race Only $2,100
Price, Age, Sex & Race $2,194
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Reimbursements for Other Services, 2015

 

Hospital Discharges per 1,000 Medicare Enrollees, 2015

  Lincoln
Overall 249.0
Medical 168.1
Surgical 80.9
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Discharges for Ambulatory Care-Sensitive Conditions per 1,000, 2015

Clinicians have identified a group of diagnoses, such as diabetes, pneumonia and congestive heart failure, referred to as "ambulatory care-sensitive conditions." For these conditions, the rate of hospitalization is partly determined by, or sensitive to, the availability and quality of ambulatory care.

Inpatient Orthopedic Surgery, 2015

 

Inpatient Cardiac Surgery, 2015

 

Percent Readmitted Within 30 Days Following Discharge, 2015

  Lincoln
All Medical Discharges 13.8%
All Surgical Discharges 8.1%
CHF Discharges 16.0%
AMI Discharges 9.9%
Pneumonia Discharges 14.4%
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Hospital Use during the Last Six Months of Life, 2015

Rates are for all Medicare beneficiaries who died during the year.

Intensive Care Use during the Last Six Months of Life, 2015

Rates are for all Medicare beneficiaries who died during the year.

Medicare Spending for Chronically Ill Patients during the Last Two Years of Life

Spending was measured for the population of beneficiaries with one of nine chronic conditions who were enrolled in traditional (fee-for-service) Medicare and died during the measurement period. Reimbursements for each sector include both payments to institutions and payments to physicians for services delivered at each site of care.

  2014
Lincoln $58,160
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  Lincoln
2014
Home Health $2,056
Hospice $5,702
Inpatient $23,544
Outpatient $15,893
SNF/Long-Term Care $8,451
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