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Table 3 Prescription of benzodiazepine derivates

From: Is the quality of primary healthcare services influenced by the healthcare centre’s type of ownership?—An observational study of patient perceived quality, prescription rates and follow-up routines in privately and publicly owned primary care centres

   For individuals aged between 20–74 For individuals >74 years of age
Year Type of owner-ship Mean DDD Standard deviation Increase- rate compared to 2011 Deviation from mean DDD for all PCCs Mean DDD Standard deviation Increase-rate compared to 2011 Deviation from mean DDD for all PCCs
2011 publicly 299.20 103.04   4.83 % 1751.85 445.74   2.70 %
  privately 266.64 162.59   −6.58 % 1643.16 740.16   −3.68 %
  all PCCs 285.42 132.49    1705.88 590.77   
2012 publicly 309.19 105.49 3.34 % 3.91 % 1775.69 440.47 1.36 % 1.23 %
  privately 281.73 151.34 5.66 % −5.32 % 1724.35 578.87 4.94 % −1.70 %
  all PCCs 297.55 127.65 4.25 %   1754.10 503.86 2.83 %  
2013 publicly 306.22 101.55 2.35 % 3.55 % 1833.08 433.27 4.64 % 0.03 %
  privately 281.83 144.04 5.70 % −4.70 % 1831.66 567.52 11.47 % −0.04 %
  all PCCs 295.74 122.21 3.61 %   1832.47 494.94 7.42 %  
Total publicly 305.56 103.46   4.00 % 1790.97 440.33   1.12 %
  privately 277.98 151.66   −5.39 % 1744.23 623.95   −1.52 %
  all PCCs 293.81 126.98    1771.17 526.45   
  1. Purchased prescriptions in defined daily doses (DDD) per 100 listed individuals at PCC, divided into age-group, year and type of ownership