OASIS Web Query - Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSC) Statistics
OASIS (Online Analytical Statistical Information System) is a suite of tools used to access the Georgia Department of Public Health's standardized health data repository.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT KNOWN DATA ISSUES - PLEASE REVIEW THIS BEFORE USING THIS TOOL
- Create tables of ACSC counts and rates by age, race, sex, cause, payor and county for 1999 (Discharge) / 2002 (ER) - latest year available.
- Multiple selections can be made by holding down the Control or Shift keys. Use Shift key to select a continuous range of values or use Ctrl key to select multiple individual values.
- The source of this information is billing data (as captured on UB04 forms) provided by the Georgia Hospital Association. The data reflect Georgia residents who were seen in an acute care, non-federal hospital in Georgia. Therefore Georgia residents who were discharged from an out-of-state hospital are excluded. Causes are based on the principal diagnosis, except in cases involving an injury. Discharges/ER Visits are reported by date of discharge, not admitting date.
- ICD10-CM was adopted on October 1, 2015 to report diagnoses.