HSM310 Introduction to Health Services Management Course Project
Date submitted: August 23, 2012
Table of Contents
Executive Summary 3
Population and Health Status 5
Demographic characteristics of population
Mortality, Infant mortality data, causes of death
Other data of health status
Related information (such as on quality if life); analysis
Availability of Health Services 7
Basic organization/general description of services institutions, providers of care
Issues related to access
Utilization of services
Other related information/analysis
How are health services paid for; any roles for the government here
Data on total expenditures
Other related information/analysis …show more content…
. The population breaks down by gender with 49 percent males, 51 percent female. The median age of the population in England and Wales was 39. For men, the median age was 38 and for women it was 40. Of the total population of England 16% of the total population are people over the age of 65.
Infant mortality data in the UK: The provisional estimated number of conceptions in England and Wales in the first quarter of 2011 was 226,600 (rounded figures). This represents a small decrease of 4,300 conceptions in comparison with the previous quarter and a small decrease of 4,500 conceptions in comparison with the same quarter in 2010.
The fall in the number of conceptions for the first quarter of 2011 occurred in all age groups with the exception of women aged 40 and over.
The conception rate for England and Wales increased slightly from 82.8 conceptions per thousand women in the fourth quarter of 2010 to 83.0 conceptions per thousand women in the first quarter of