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Table 2 Proportion of index CARP patients (n=34,423), elective (n=20,334) and emergency (n=14,089) by funding source, hospital type and time period

From: Effect of private insurance incentive policy reforms on trends in coronary revascularisation procedures in the private and public health sectors in Western Australia: a cohort study

  Before 2000 After 2000 Total
All N (%) N (%) N (%)
Public patient in public hospital 6,363 (58.9) 12,275 (52.0) 18,638 (54.1)
Public patient in private hospital 115 (1.1) 1,000 (4.2) 1,115 (3.2)
Private patient in public hospital 1,696 (15.7) 2,422 (10.3) 4,118 (12.0)
Private patient in private hospital 2,621 (24.3) 7,931 (33.6) 10,552 (30.7)
Elective    
Public patient in public hospital 3,787 (51.1) 5,092 (39.4) 8,879 (43.7)
Public patient in private hospital 59 (0.8) 550 (4.3) 609 (3.0)
Private patient in public hospital 1,121 (15.1) 742 (5.7) 1,863 (9.2)
Private patient in private hospital 2,441 (33.0) 6,541 (50.6) 8,983 (44.2)
Emergency    
Public patient in public hospital 2,576 (76.1) 7183 (67.1) 9,759 (69.3)
Public patient in private hospital 56 (1.7) 450 (4.2) 506 (3.4)
Private patient in public hospital 575 (17.0) 1680 (15.7) 2,255 (16.0)
Private patient in private hospital 180 (5.3) 1389 (13.0) 1,569 (11.1)
  1. CARP=coronary artery revascularisation procedure.