2017 Indiana Hospital Discharge Data Files
PUBLIC INPATIENT DATA SETS
The public inpatient data sets include hospital discharges in which a patient was admitted to the hospital. Discharges are classified as inpatient by the reporting hospitals, and admission criteria distinguishing inpatient from outpatient discharges may vary across hospitals.
This release of the public, hospital discharge data sets consists of 11 files. All data files are in Microsoft Access (.mdb) format. The lookup tables are in Excel (.xlsx) format.
|Data File Name||Description|
|APR-DRG 2017 8.6 mb||Discharge data summarized by Hospital, APR-DRG, Severity, and Primary Payer|
|MS-DRG 2017 6.2 mb||Discharge data summarized by Hospital, MS-DRG, and Primary Payer|
|DIAGNOSIS 2017 14.7 mb||Discharge data summarized by Hospital, Principal Diagnosis, and Primary Payer|
|PROCEDURES 2017 7.4 mb||Discharge data summarized by Hospital, Principal Procedure, and Primary Payer|
|Lookup Table Name||Description|
|APR-DRG ID 2017 22.3 kb||Code number and description of the APR-DRGs|
|MS-DRG ID 2017 38.7 kb||Code number and description of the MS-DRGs|
|DIAGNOSIS ID 2017 1.8 mb||Code number (ICD-10-CM) and description of the Principal Diagnoses|
|PROCEDURES ID 2017 2.1 mb||Code number (ICD-10-PCS) and description of the Principal Procedures|
|HOSPITAL ID 2017 14.8 kb||Code number, name, and county of the facilities|
|VARIABLES ID 2017 9.7 kb||Names (labels) and descriptions of the data set variables|
|PAYER ID 2017 9.8 kb||Code number and description of the primary payers|
The 2017 public inpatient data sets reflect hospital discharge records shared by the Indiana Hospital Association on July 24, 2018.
All negative numbers and those charges reported as "$0.00" have been changed to "missing."
ADDITIONAL DATA SETS
AHRQ Area Reports Counts and rates by county for select Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) pediatric and prevention quality indicators, generated by the Indiana Hospital Association.
Hospital Most Frequent Outpatient Procedures Counts and charges for the 75 most frequent procedures performed statewide on patients who were not admitted to the hospital, generated by the Indiana Hospital Association.