Hospitalizations for Depression in Pennsylvania (09/23/05)
Report Data: 2005
What's In This Report
In 2004, nearly 50,000 hospital admissions with a primary diagnosis of depression incurred $552 million in hospital charges. Most patients (44%) were of prime working age from 30 to 49 years old. Eighteen percent of hospitalizations for depression in 2003 resulted in at least one readmission within 30 days.
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