Demographics Sample Clauses

Demographics. 10.2 Core Data The table below shows the data that may be shared into the TVS analytics platform from National and CCG Datasets held by NHS Digital via the Data Services for Commissioners Regional Office (DSCRO): Type Name Details Secondary UsesSUS for Commissioners (SUS+) See https://digital.nhs.uk/services/secondary- uses-service-sus National Flows • Mental Health Minimum Data Set (MHMDS) • Mental Health Learning Disability Data Set (MHLDDS) • Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS) • Maternity Services Data Set (MSDS) • Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) • Child and Young People Health Service (CYPHS) • Community Services Data Set (CSDS) • Diagnostic Imaging Data Set (DIDS) • National Cancer Waiting Times Monitoring Data Set (CWT) • Civil Registries Data (CRD) • National Diabetes Audit (NDA) • Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) For detailed information on regarding specific items included within National Flow data sets please see https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and- information/data-collections-and-data- sets/data-sets Local Provider Flows • AcuteAmbulance • Community • Demand for Service • Diagnostic ServiceEmergency CareExperience, Quality and Outcomes • Mental Health • Other Not Elsewhere ClassifiedPopulation DataPrimary Care Services • Public Health Screening Existing datasets agreed with commissioned providers as defined in Schedule 6 of relevant contracts between the organisation and the commissioning CCG Annex D.5 – Excluded Read Codes The table below summarises the Read codes that are excluded when Surrey Care Record and TVS Care Record data is sourced from the general practice clinical systems. Description Category / Code HSA1-Therap. Abort. Green Form 956% H/O: Venereal Disease 1415% Hysterotomy And Termination Of Pregnancy 7E066% Dilation Of Cervix Uteri And Curettage Of Products Of Conception From Uterus 7E070% Curettage Of Products Of Conception From Uterus NEC 7E071% Suction Termination Of Pregnancy 7E084% Dilation Of Cervix And Extraction Termination Of Pregnancy 7E085% Termination Of Pregnancy NEC 7E086% Cervical Smear 4K36% Gonorrhoea 65Q8% Introduction Of Abortifacient Into Uterine Tract 7E0B% Genital Herpes A541% Viral Hepatitis B With Coma A702% Viral Hepatitis B With Serum A703% Other Spec Viral Hepatitis With Coma A7040% Viral Hepatitis C Without Mention Of Hepatitis Coma A7050% Chronic Viral Hepatitis A707% Unspecified Viral Hepatitis A70z% Cytomegalic Hepatitis A7852% HIV Resulting In Cytomegali...
Demographics. 13. On an annual basis for the next eighteen months, Respondent agrees to providetenant data” of all occupants at his rental properties to the Commission. On or before April 15, 2014, and October 15, 2015, Respondent agrees to provide tenant data of all occupants as of March 1, 2014, and September 1, 2015. Tenant data for each rental unit shall include: (1) the address and apartment number of each rental property; (2) the number of occupants residing at each apartment; and (3) the number of minor children (under the age of 18) living at each apartment. Relief for Complainant
Demographics. Of a total area of 44.64 square miles (2010 Census data), the land area is 44.53 square miles and population per square mile is 261.9 persons. Of the total population, there are 97.5 males per 100 females (all ages). Persons under 18 years comprise 20.0% of the population, and 15.7% are persons 65 years and over (2010 Census). Young and old subsets of the population may have unique needs as far as care requirements and potential cognitive and/or mobility limitations before, during, and after a disaster. The number of persons who speak a language other than English is 549, or 4.6%, of which 24.2% speak English less than "very well". Persons not speaking English well may have trouble understanding instructions regarding disaster preparation, response, and recovery. Regarding education, of persons age 25 years and older, 91.4% are high school graduates or higher, and 36.0% have received their bachelor's degree or higher (2000 Census data). Higher education can help enhance skills associated with cognition and evaluation of risk. Higher education can, therefore, foster an overall improved perception of risk, particularly where individuals may not have prior direct experience preparing for, responding to, or recovering from a particular hazard in their daily lives. Regarding families and living arrangements, from 2013 to 2017 there were 4,992 total households and 2.39 persons per household. Persons living alone sometimes have less of a direct social circle for support before, during, and after a disaster. The Census Bureau classifies all people not living in housing units (house, apartment, mobile home, rented rooms) as living in group quarters. The two types of group quarters are Institutional (correctional facilities, nursing homes, mental hospitals) and Non-Institutional (college dormitories, military barracks, group homes, missions, shelters). The total number in group quarters are 26 or 0.2% overall, with 0 (0.0%) institutionalized and 26 (0.2%) noninstitutionalized population. The needs of persons living in group quarters are unique, and residents are likely to have access and functional needs and unique care requirements before, during, and after a disaster.According to 2017 ACS, the median household income was $86,115; the per capita income in past 12 months (2017) was $46,122; and the percentage of persons in poverty was 3.4%. Lower income persons have limited financial resources to draw from in both a pre- and post- disaster scenario and are likely to...
Demographics. A. City, State and Zip Code for each youth served;
Demographics. Throughout the term of this agreement, BNCB will, upon request, provide to DMC reasonably detailed information concerning the typical number of its customers and clientele in each store each day.
Demographics. The basic demographics of the program’s target population(s).
Demographics. • Information on gender, age, ethnic background, education, occupation, salary and tenure (length of service) was collected from respondents. Analyses Three types of analyses are used in this study and reported in Section Five: Chi Square analysis, Odds Ratios and Analysis of Variance. A short description of these analyses are described below: • Chi square analysis is a statistical test for determining whether two variables are independent of one another by comparing differences between observed and expected frequencies for various cells in a table.• Odds ratio analysis calculates the ratio of the odds of an event occurring in one group to the odds of it occurring in another group, or to a sample-based estimate of that ratio.• Analysis of variance is a statistical test used to determine if differences among three or more means are statistically significant. Phase 4: Online survey via charities & support groups Due to low number of employees identified by each organisation that met the criteria for the questionnaire survey (see survey results), it was agreed with the Mental Health Foundation to widen the sampling strategy to increase response rates. Between July-October 2007, an online version of the questionnaire was placed on the Mental Health Foundation’s website and sent to a range of national charities and support groups for those with either depression, back pain/injuries, heart disease or cancer. A range of support groups and charities were targeted of which the majority were affiliated with NHS Trusts or clinics. These agreed to place the link on their website or newsletter (see Appendix two for examples). The online survey was identical to the survey sent to employees through the organisations. Minor amendments were made to the demographics to collect information on the type and size of sector the respondent worked in. The findings from these are presented in Section Five of the report. Phase 5: Employee interviews Phase 5 of the research study recruited a total of 30 employees for in-depth semi-structured interviews. Recruiting these participants was done via the questionnaire. The questionnaire and online survey contained information for further participation in confidential interviews. Respondents were invited to participate by completing their contact details at the end of the questionnaire (confidentiality of personal information was ensured). Participation was entirely voluntary and those not wishing to participate left this section blank. Fr...