HIDI Releases First Quarter FFY 2020 Inpatient, Outpatient Databases
Staff Contact: Shane VanOverschelde
The first quarter federal fiscal year 2020 inpatient and outpatient databases, including HIDI-reporting hospitals in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas City, Kansas, are now available for download to subscribers of the Premier Data Package on HIDI Analytic Advantage®. The databases consist of a patient-level limited dataset, including all HIDI-reported discharges and visits to hospitals. Files are delivered as both text files and ready-to-query Microsoft Access database files. The files are located in “Strategic Planning\Premier Data” and are organized in the following categories.
- Q1 FFY2020, Inpatient
- Q1 FFY2020, Outpatient Classified
- Q1 FFY2020, Outpatient Unclassified
Hospitals interested in subscribing to the 2020 HIDI Premier Data Package should review the package information. Current subscribers with questions about downloading files should contact HIDI.
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HIDI HealthStats Announces exploreMOhealth Data Refresh
Staff Contact: Mat Reidhead
On April 6, the exploreMOhealth.org community health
needs assessment platform was updated with the most recent Missouri ZIP Health
Rankings data to
reflect the information on the health
and social well-being of populations living in 942
Missouri ZIP codes. The latest ZHR data were
generated by Missouri hospitals between fiscal
years 2017 and 2019, and by the 2018 American
Community Survey of the U.S. Census Bureau.
In addition to updating the ZIP code-level data,
new county-level data from the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation’s 2020 County Health
Rankings and Roadmaps program now are
available on exploreMOhealth, in addition to the
Missouri Foundation for Health’s 2016 Missouri
County-Level Study data.
Community health stakeholders from a variety of disciplines — hospitals, regional health commissions, local public health and community action organizations — use the site to gain hyperlocal insights on the health and social well-being of their communities. Learn more in the this month's issue of HIDI HealthStats.
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