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Defining High Users in Acute Care: An Examination of Different Approaches Core

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In health care, a small number of individuals - known as high users - use a large percentage of services and incur a large percentage of costs. High users can be defined in many ways, and each method captures different types of patients.

Defining High Users in Acute Care: An Examination of Different Approaches compares patient characteristics using 6 methods. Provincial-level data is available upon request.

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Defining High Users in Acute Care: An Examination of Different Approaches Core

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In health care, a small number of individuals - known as high users - use a large percentage of services and incur a large percentage of costs. High users can be defined in many ways, and each method captures different types of patients.

Defining High Users in Acute Care: An Examination of Different Approaches compares patient characteristics using 6 methods. Provincial-level data is available upon request.

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High Users of Health Care

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