|Series||Policy research and external affairs working papers ;, WPS 742|
|LC Classifications||RA971.3 .M52 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||92206217|
"Surgical Care at the District Hospital is a compact but comprehensive outline of modern surgical care focusing on fundamental precepts and practical techniques. The illustrations are clear instructive and appropriate. The authors are to be commended on a much improved new edition."5/5(1). At a district hospital, for example, a case of acute diarrhea cost , based on an ALOS of 5 days. On the other hand, an abdominal emergency due to peritonitis or occlusion cost File Size: KB. District hospital Burghausen is characterized by such indicators: beds; about 10 people are hospitalized annually; more t outpatients per year. All departments of hospital are equipped with high-tech equipment, which are used to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures on /5(). As expected, the average costs per inpatient day at a central hospital are about % of the costs of provincial hospitals and about % of the costs of district hospitals.
District Hospital Managers NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NWDMA37 NW NW NW1a1 essential aspects in an efficient and cost-effective way. A study book for new managers of district hospitals. District Hospital is a hospital at the secondary referral level responsible for a district of a defined geographical area containing a defined population. Its objective is to provide comprehensive secondary health care services to the people in the district at an acceptable level of quality and. Surgical Care at the District Hospital - The WHO Manual. The WHO manual SCDH has been developed as a practical resource for individual practitioners and for use in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, in-service training and continuing medical education programmes. How to cost a hospital How to cost a hospital 9 ISBN Size: KB.
3. The role of the district hospital The district hospital plays a pivotal role in supporting primary health care on the one hand and being a gateway to more specialist care on the other. The district hospital provides level1 (generalist) services to in-patients and outpatients (ideally on referral from a community health center or clinic).File Size: 1MB. This cost compares with costs reported in Kenya in –94 (Kirigia, Fox-Rushby, and Mills ), adjusted to prices of actual inpatient costs per day from two district hospitals of US$ to US$, and adjusted data from a district hospital in Bangladesh of US$ (McCord and Chowdury ).Cited by: human and technological, evident at the district hospital offers major opportunities for unit-cost reductions and, therefore, economies of scope. Considering the mix of services provided as hospitals are planned or augmented is important to antici-pate or account for economies of scope. The District Hospital | Scale of activity Diseconomies. The Cost of the District Hospital: A Case Study from Malawi by A. J. Mills* Table of Contents Introduction 1 Methodology 2 Selection of districts 2 Estimation of total district costs 2 Apportionment of district costs 4 Main methodological problems 6 The District Health System 8 9 Distribution of total costs by input category 9.