Az egészségügyi ellátáshoz kötheto halálozás alakulása Magyarországon és a központi régióban, 1996-2006

Translated title of the contribution: Trends of mortality amenable to health care in hungary and in the central region, 1996-2006

Csilla Nagy, Attila Juhász, A. Páldy

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INTRODUCTION - Despite of the decreasing trend of amenable mortality it is a significant contributor to social and economic loss due to premature death. This paper assesses the trends of amenable mortality over time, its contribution to the years of potential life lost (YPLL), furthermore reveals the spatial inequalities of the amenable mortality in the central region in relation to socioeconomic status and number of the inhabitants of municipalities. METHODS - This study describes the trend of the years of potential life lost due to amenable mortality during the period 1996-2006 in Hungary, in Pest county and in Budapest. The spatial epidemiological analysis of the amenable mortality was carried out by using smoothed indirectly standardised mortality ratio calculated by full hierarchical Bayesian methods at municipality level. The association between the spatial distribution of amenable mortality and socio-economic status was assessed by using a "Deprivation Index" elaborated by the authors. RESULTS - The years of potential life lost of males were 7207 (per 100 000) and respectively for females these value was 3870 (per 100 000) in Hungary in 2006. The amenable mortality is a significant contributor to years of potential life lost despite its decreasing trend. The amenable mortality accounted for approximately one third of the males' and the females' years of potential life lost. The risk of amenable mortality is higher in the less populated areas and the less-favoured socioeconomic situation coexists with high mortality risk. CONCLUSION - Approximately in average 32 000 persons died due to amenable mortality per year during the investigation period in Hungary. The results of the study provide essential information to the local policy-makers, and managing health professionals. The results can be used principally to inform planning healthcare development programs.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)747-755
Number of pages9
JournalLege Artis Medicinae
Volume20
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2010

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Delivery of Health Care
Mortality
Life Expectancy
Economics
Spatial Analysis
Premature Mortality
Bayes Theorem
Administrative Personnel
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Az egészségügyi ellátáshoz kötheto halálozás alakulása Magyarországon és a központi régióban, 1996-2006. / Nagy, Csilla; Juhász, Attila; Páldy, A.

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