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Health Care System Factors for Diabetes-Related Hospitalizations - All Causes

Health Care System Factors

In 2020 there were 3.345 discharges from Utah hospitals listing diabetes as the primary diagnosis. The average charge for a hospital discharge with diabetes as the primary diagnosis was $18,504 (with a median charge of $11,476). People with diabetes are hospitalized for both acute and chronic complications. Many hospitalizations due to diabetes could be prevented if sufficient outpatient and self-management care is available, accessible, and obtained.

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Content updated: Mon, 7 Mar 2022 10:43:06 MST