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[IWS] NCHS DATA ONLINE QUERY SYSTEM (NCHS DOQS)--EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS DATASET [16 July 2014]
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NCHS DATA ONLINE QUERY SYSTEM (NCHS DOQS) [16 July 2014]
Welcome! The National Center for Health Statistics Data Online Query System (NCHS DOQS) provides dynamically generated statistical tables, charts, and graphs using NCHS public use data.
The query system includes all data, search parameters, and output options necessary for custom queries of public health datasets. It does not require commercial statistical software packages (such as SAS or Stata) or file downloads. NCHS DOQS is available 24/7 free of charge.
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Emergency Department Visits
Emergency department (ED) visit data are from the emergency department component of the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS), which is conducted annually by the National Center for Health Statistics. NHAMCS is a national probability sample of visits to the emergency and outpatient departments of non-institutional general and short-stay hospitals, excluding Federal, military, and Veterans Administration hospitals, located in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Click on Additional Resources on the left navigation bar for more information.
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