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Source: 2010 data: Percent of long-stay nursing home residents hospitalized within a six-month period: Percent of long-stay residents (residing in a nursing home relatively continuously for 100 days prior to the second quarter of the calendar year) who were ever hospitalized within 6 months of baseline assessment.  Analysis of Medicare enrollment data and MEDPAR file by V. Mor at Brown University, under a grant funded by the National Institute on Aging Program Project grant (#P01-AG027296, Shaping Long Term Care in America). (CMS, MEDPAR, 2010).  2008 data from previous analysis under the same grant (CMS, MEDPAR, 2008).

Notes: These data come from NH Hospital Admissions_LTSS_001

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