Changeset 2246 in main


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Timestamp:
10/12/10 15:35:18 (10 years ago)
Author:
Tong Zheng
Message:

prehosp data note, issue, source.

Location:
trunk/view/webapp/xml/query/module/prehospital/data_issue
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  • trunk/view/webapp/xml/query/module/prehospital/data_issue/PopProj.xml

    r1999 r2246  
    33<!--updated November 1, 2005-->
    44<DATA_ISSUE>
    5         <NAME>PopProj</NAME>
    6         <TEXT>The current population estimates for intercensal years 2001-2009 were
    7         produced by the UPEC and the GOPB, and are considered to be more accurate than those
    8         produced by the U.S. Bureau of the Census because they are based on specialized
    9         local information including school enrollment, building activity, and Medicare
    10         enrollment. This revision that includes Medicare enrollment added about 5% to the
    11         65 and over age group, and subtracted about 2% from the under 65 age group.</TEXT>
     5        <NAME>PreHosp</NAME>
     6        <TEXT>Compliance: Not all EMS agencies were submitting data in all years. Full statewide volume is
     7        estimated to be around 200,000 records per year. For instance, the 2009 dataset
     8        contains about 150,000 records, which represent about 75 percent of estmated full statewide volume.
     9        Due to this limitation, the record counts  in this query module cannot be construed to represent
     10        all EMS activity in Utah. </TEXT>
    1211       
    13         <TEXT>For more details on Utah's population and methods used for estimates go to
    14         http://www.governor.utah.gov/dea/demographics.html.</TEXT>
     12        <TEXT>Completeness: Some data elements in the prehospital dataset are not reported as completedly as others. For example, in 2009, Primary Impression was reported on only about
     13        60 percent of records that should have had a Primary Impression reported. Any analysis or interpretation of the data must take into account the frequency of null values, which
     14        are  "Not  Applicable", "Not Recorded", "Not Reporting", "Not Known",  and "Not Available",  Data completeness also varies by EMS agency, so data may be more complete in some areas
     15        of the state than others. </TEXT>
    1516       
    1617        <!--TEXT>The 2008 Baseline Population Projections use REMI, an econometric model, to generate official
  • trunk/view/webapp/xml/query/module/prehospital/data_issue/PreHosp.xml

    r2239 r2246  
    1 <?xml version= 1.0  encoding= ISO-8859-1 ?>
     1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    22
    33<!--updated November 1, 2005-->
    44<DATA_ISSUE>
    55        <NAME>PreHosp</NAME>
    6         <TEXT>Compliance: Not all EMS agencies were submitting data in all years. Full statewide volume is estimated to be around 200,000
    7         records per year. For instance, the 2009 dataset contains about 150,000 records, which represent about 75 percent of estimated full statewide
    8         volume. Due to this limitation, the record counts in this query module cannot be construed to represent all EMS activity in Utah.
    9         Completeness: Some data elements in the prehospital dataset are not reported as completely as others. For example, in 2009, Primary Impression
    10         was reported on only about 60 percent of records that should have had a Primary Impression reported. Any analysis or interpretation of the data must take
    11         into account the frequency of null values, which are  Not Applicable/Not Recorded,  Not Reporting,  Not Known,” and  Not Available.” Data completeness
    12         also varies by EMS agency, so data may be more complete in some areas of the state than others.
    13         </TEXT>
     6        <TEXT>Compliance: Not all EMS agencies were submitting data in all years. Full statewide volume is
     7        estimated to be around 200,000 records per year. For instance, the 2009 dataset
     8        contains about 150,000 records, which represent about 75 percent of estmated full statewide volume.
     9        Due to this limitation, the record counts  in this query module cannot be construed to represent
     10        all EMS activity in Utah. </TEXT>
    1411       
     12        <TEXT>Completeness: Some data elements in the prehospital dataset are not reported as completedly as others. For example, in 2009, Primary Impression was reported on only about
     13        60 percent of records that should have had a Primary Impression reported. Any analysis or interpretation of the data must take into account the frequency of null values, which
     14        are  "Not  Applicable", "Not Recorded", "Not Reporting", "Not Known",  and "Not Available",  Data completeness also varies by EMS agency, so data may be more complete in some areas
     15        of the state than others. </TEXT>
    1516       
     17        <!--TEXT>The 2008 Baseline Population Projections use REMI, an econometric model, to generate official
     18        demographic and economic projections. The new projections are typically released
     19        at the beginning of the calendar year, at the time of the publication of the GOPB Economic Report to the
     20        Governor. The GOPB uses the April 1st estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau's decennial censuses as a
     21        starting point, and then makes estimates and projections for intercensal years based on their models. 
     22        Population estimates and projections for intercensal years (e.g., 2001-2009) produced by the GOPB are
     23        considered to be more accurate than those produced by the U.S. Bureau of the Census because the GOPB model
     24        takes more local information into account. The county totals in 2002 and later will vary slightly from the
     25        official UPEC estimates for the entire state of Utah. This is because all county estimates after 2001 are
     26        produced by the REMI model and the state of Utah estimate is produced by the Utah Population Estimates
     27        Committee (UPEC).  Totals may also vary due to rounding.  For the most accurate estimates for the entire state
     28        of Utah, go to http://governor.utah.gov/dea/People.html</TEXT-->
     29
     30        <!--TEXT>In 1996, the Utah Population Estimates Committee changed its convention on rounded estimates so that it
     31        now publishes unrounded estimates. Accordingly, the revised estimates for 1990 and thereafter are not rounded.</TEXT-->
    1632</DATA_ISSUE>
    1733
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