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Primary Care and Specialty Clinics Annual Utilization Data

Primary Care and Specialty Clinics Annual Utilization Data Notes

Three Easy Steps to Use Pivot Profiles

  1. Download and unzip Pivot Profile, preferably to your desktop.
  2. From Pivot worksheet, select variables using drop-down boxes.
  3. Go to Profile worksheet to view results.

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Primary Care Clinics

Note: The following Excel files were used to create the text files above. They contain a worksheet for each data file, the non-responder file, and the alternative header row.

Trends: These products provide trend utilization information for primary care clinics in the form of tables and pivot tables. The primary care clinic trends include information on the number of clinics by type, the number of patients (by race, ethnicity, gender and age), the number of encounters by payer source; and revenues by payer source including the average revenue per encounter.

Specialty Clinics


These pivot table products provide trend utilization information for specialty clinics. The specialty clinic trends are separated by facility type (Surgical, Chronic Dialysis, and a third file that includes Alternate Birthing Centers (ABC), Psychology Clinics and Rehabilitation Clinics separated by tabs) includes information on the number of clinics; and various utilization and financial information.

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Other Utilization Data Available:

Hospital  |  Long-Term Care   |  Home Health Agencies and Hospices

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Attention Data Users: Please exercise caution when interpreting OSHPD data. The use of improper assumptions and analytical methods may result in erroneous or misleading conclusions. Conclusions drawn from OSHPD data are the sole responsibility of the user. Users should be aware that financial and utilization data products are based on a dynamic database that is constantly being updated. As a result, the same data item for a facility may change over time or be different between products.

Page last revised: July 15, 2015