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Discharges for psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals in United States climbs in 1Q 2018

U.S. Census Bureau reported that compared with Q4 2017 the indicator hardly went up by 0.9%. Specialty hospitals discharges grew negligibly from 221 thousands to 223 thousands, as it follows the tendency of the previous quarter when it increased by 2.79 percent. It's new all-time high since 2012. In Q1 2017, the variable climbed by 0.46% and hit 218 thousands. Between Q1 2017 and Q1 of the year after, the indicator illustrates a 2.29% variation. United States saw a increase of 17.37% in specialty hospitals discharges over the past 6 years. Moreover, the specialty hospitals discharges is now above average of 209.83 thousands with a sharp overall raise since the start of observations. It reached its minimum of 190 thousands in 3Q 2012.

Discharges for psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals in United States climbs in 1Q 2018
Date Thousands Variation
Q1 2018 223.00 0.9
Q4 2017 221.00 2.79
Q3 2017 215.00 -1.38
Q2 2017 218.00 =
Q1 2017 218.00 0.46
Q4 2016 217.00 0.93
Q3 2016 215.00 =
Q2 2016 215.00 -2.27
Q1 2016 220.00 3.29
Q4 2015 213.00 1.43

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