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Charges and Lengths of Stay for Acute and Inpatient Rehabilitation Treatment of TBI 1990-1996

Acute care daily charges showed almost routine increases, averaging nearly $550 per year. Conversely, lengths of stay generally showed a downward trend, with annual reductions averaging 2.25 days. Between 1990 and 1996, average daily rehabilitation charges increased each year, with the rise averaging $83 or 7%. The rise in daily rehabilitation charges was offset by corresponding decreases in lengths of stay averaging 3.65 days or 8% annually. Increases in daily charges for brain injury rehabilitation care were roughly comparable to those for general medical care prices. However, the rate of change in acute care charges was substantially greater, with annual increases averaging 10% more than national medical care prices

Registry Project Number: 228
Lead Investigator: Kreutzer, J
Lead Center for Project: Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia
Collaborating Investigators: Kolakowsky-Hayner, S, Ripley, D, Cifu, D, Rosenthal, M, Bushnik, T, Zafonte, R, Englander, J, High Jr., W
Collaborating Institutions: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Emory University/Shepherd Center, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research
Keywords: adjustment, adults, awareness, anxiety, assessment, behavior, caregiver, coping, depression, family, neurobehavioral, psychology, self-awareness
Date of Completion: 01/01/2001
Type: National
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown

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