Presentation on theme: "United Nations Statistics Division CPC Division 93 Human health and social care services."— Presentation transcript:
United Nations Statistics Division CPC Division 93 Human health and social care services
Content and reasons for change This CPC division covers services provided in the context of human health and social services The overall scope of this division has not changed from previous versions However, additional detail has been introduced Mostly based on increased interest for policy reasons and associated statistics
Structure 93Human health and social care services 931Human health services 932Residential care services for the elderly and disabled 933Other social services with accommodation 934Social services without accommodation for the elderly and disabled 935Other social services without accommodation
Structure 931Human health services 9311Inpatient services 9312Medical and dental services 9319Other human health services 932Residential care services for the elderly and disabled 9321Residential health-care services other than by hospitals 9322Residential care services for the elderly and persons with disabilities 933Other social services with accommodation 9330Other social services with accommodation 934Social services without accommodation for the elderly and disabled 9341Vocational rehabilitation services 9349Other social services without accommodation for the elderly and disabled 935Other social services without accommodation 9351Child day-care services 9352Guidance and counselling services n.e.c. related to children 9353Welfare services without accommodation 9359Other social services without accommodation, n.e.c.
Content and structure Why group health and social services together? Character of services and boundary between the two categories shift Reflected also in revised structure of ISIC Due to changes in population, provision of health services finds greater role in previously labeled social services
Content and structure Policy needs also increase demand for related data Services provided to elderly persons Services provided to children and youth Services provided to disabled persons These demand account for most of the new introduced detail Separation of medical vs. other based on required qualification may differ among countries
Product concept issues In many cases, products are essentially defined through the providing unit Which in turn reflects most of the desired breakdown Products/services are often provided in bundles in this area E.g. residential care with medical services
Product concept issues Even for the pure health services, bundles are common Applies in particular to hospital (inpatient) services Demand for more detail exists, but is in many cases not obtainable Billing practices do not reflect detailed provision of services In many cases, the most important aspect is the combination of services Previously attempted: detailed breakdown of packages
Content, structure and detail Based on national circumstances (policy need, availability of data) additional breakdowns may be possible Future review of national applications may result in refinements of CPC
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