ACSUS

AcronymDefinition
ACSUSAssociation for Canadian Studies in the United States
ACSUSAIDS Cost and Services Utilization Survey
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Although the ACSUS was a most important precursor to HCSUS, it represents an earlier era of HIV treatment and was limited by the lack of a representative sample of the HIV-positive population under treatment in the United States.
Research Design and Analysis Objectives: AIDS Cost and Services Utilization Survey (ACSUS) Reports, No.
Data from New York State and from ACSUS also demonstrated that females consume fewer resources.
In the ACSUS, a series of six personal interviews were conducted over an 18-month period, from 1991 to 1992.
Although several studies have estimated Medicare's share of inpatient hospital costs for treating human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, the only information about the fraction of AIDS care financed by Medicare comes from surveys, such as the AIDS Cost and Services Utilization Survey (ACSUS), which focused on a relatively small (and potentially unrepresentative) sample of AIDS patients (Berk, Maffeo, and Schur, 1993).
Much of the previous work has relied on survey-based studies such as the AIDS Cost and Service Utilization Study (ACSUS).
Using data from the AIDS Costs and Service Utilization Survey (ACSUS), this article examines utilization of home care from six types of providers: nurses, non-nursing professionals, paraprofessionals, co-resident caregivers, nonresident family and friends, and volunteer helpers.
To address the need for up-to-date and comprehensive data on patterns of health care delivery to people with HIV infection, the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) initiated the AIDS Costs and Service Utilization Survey (ACSUS) in 1989.
This study uses data from the AIDS Costs and Service Utilization Survey (ACSUS), conducted by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, a component of the U.S.
Data for this study come from the first six months of the AIDS Costs and Service Utilization Survey (ACSUS), an 18-month, federally funded study conducted by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.
This study examines the utilization and cost of medical services by PWAs who were respondents in the AIDS Costs and Service Utilization Survey (ACSUS), which was conducted in 1991-1992.