Abstract：Objective To understand the internal composition and changes of average inpatient costs in a hospital from 2016 to 2021, so as to provide empirical basis for reducing the inpatient burden and promoting the high-quality development of traditional Chinese medicine.Methods The grey correlation analysis and the structure variation analysis were used for statistical analysis.Results From 2016 to 2021, inpatient costs increased with an average annual growth rate of 3.46%. From the perspective of grey correlation, the diagnostic cost was the item with the greatest correlation. The structure variation of inpatient costs was 32.77% from 2016 to 2021. Causing the change of cost structure mainly included three major items: Western medicine costs, consumable costs and diagnostic costs with the cumulative contribution rate of 73.97%.Conclusion In controlling the cost of western medicine, the hospital had achieved remarkable results, but the growth rate of per inpatient cost needs to be further reduced, and the diagnostic costs and consumable costs are the key to control the cost of inpatients. It is necessary to further increase the proportion of traditional Chinese medicine costs, promote the balance between herbal medicine costs and western medicine costs, and highlight the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine. It is necessary to further increase the proportion of the cost reflecting the service value of medical staff.
王建，褚志杰，逯文巧，逄晶，王敬毅. 2016—2021年某医院住院费用结构及变动情况分析[J]. 中国医院统计, 2022, 29(4): 275-278.
Wang Jian, Chu Zhijie, Lu Wenqiao, Pang Jing, Wang Jingyi. Analysis on the composition and changes of inpatient costs in a hospital from 2016 to 2021. journal1, 2022, 29(4): 275-278.