Old Myocardial Infarction is more common among the male elders. It is expensive. Adult patients have higher medical expense. Adult patients see doctors more frequently.
  The patients have annual medical cost around $38,915
  In one year, the patients are expected to see doctors 49 times
  Based on 1,210+ patients
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Popular Medication for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Annual Cost ($)

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Popular Medical Services

Popular Medical Services for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Medical Services : Dominance (%)
Popular Medical Services for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Medical Services : Prevalence (%)
Annual Cost ($)

Statistics

$38,915
Annual Medical Cost
0.76
Annual Hospital Adms
49
Doctor Visits
48
Services Used
20
Doctors Used
$69,457
Annual Medical Charge
Drug Prevalence Average Charged Average Dispensed Average Supplied Days Average Supplied Quantity
  Metoprolol 35.73% $269 5.04 238 323
  Lisinopril 26.90% $151 5.53 253 264
  Plavix 25.58% $1,414 4.95 235 236
  Lipitor 24.84% $1,192 4.95 253 250
  Simvastatin 17.00% $567 5.17 243 242
  Oxycodone 16.75% $136 3.47 43 216
  Hydrocodone 16.58% $66 2.52 30 137
  Nitroglycerin 15.84% $25 1.46 28 61
  Crestor 11.06% $1,038 4.66 227 222
  Amoxicillin 10.97% $36 1.44 12 46
  Azithromycin 10.56% $62 1.51 8 10
  Metformin 9.49% $273 4.17 220 489
  Lorazepam 8.33% $159 4.20 117 249
  Amlodipine 8.25% $375 5.25 250 251
  Warfarin 7.84% $155 4.48 219 329
  Prednisone 7.67% $20 1.99 43 88
  Furosemide 7.34% $54 3.45 183 286
  Atenolol 7.18% $150 5.09 270 325
  Pantoprazole 6.85% $790 3.89 179 221
  Cephalexin 6.85% $31 1.29 11 41
Procedure Provider Unit Charge Provider Paid Ratio Provider Paid by Patient Ratio Patient Charged Patient Pays Patient Covered Per Claim Charged Per Claim Paid Services Per Patient
93798 16.10 67% 9.9% $2,060 $203 $1,179 $180 $121 11.33
Physician or other qualified health care professional services for outpatient cardiac rehabilitation; with continuous ecg monitoring (per session)
85025 2.41 66% 4.5% $221 $10 $137 $160 $106 1.34
Blood count; complete (cbc), automated (hgb, hct, rbc, wbc and platelet count) and automated differential wbc count
36415 2.54 78% 1.0% $253 $3 $195 $161 $126 1.51
Collection of venous blood by venipuncture
93005 4.75 71% 3.6% $450 $16 $302 $334 $236 1.28
Electrocardiogram, routine ecg with at least 12 leads; tracing only, without interpretation and report
84484 2.33 56% 4.7% $259 $12 $134 $164 $93 1.48
Troponin, quantitative
80053 1.27 54% 4.9% $127 $6 $62 $104 $56 1.18
Comprehensive metabolic panel
85610 0.50 44% 4.9% $69 $3 $27 $47 $21 1.39
Prothrombin time;
82550 0.99 51% 4.0% $130 $5 $61 $87 $44 1.41
Creatine kinase (ck), (cpk); total
99285 7.06 62% 6.8% $1,268 $86 $704 $997 $621 1.21
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components within the constraints imposed by the urgency of the patient's clinical condition and/or mental status:
99284 4.49 69% 9.1% $794 $73 $472 $627 $430 1.22
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: a detailed history; a detailed examination; and medical decision making of moderate complexity.
80048 4.32 63% 0.6% $579 $4 $364 $455 $289 1.22
Basic metabolic panel (calcium, total)
71010 1.79 53% 4.3% $221 $9 $107 $195 $103 1.07
Radiologic examination, chest; single view, frontal
99283 2.47 66% 10.5% $525 $55 $291 $392 $259 1.33
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: an expanded problem focused history; an expanded problem focused examination; and medical decision making of moderate complexity.
82553 1.29 50% 2.2% $137 $3 $65 $106 $53 1.24
Creatine kinase (ck), (cpk); mb fraction only
99214 1.20 72% 15.8% $264 $42 $149 $202 $146 1.27
Office or other outpatient visit for the evaluation and management of an established patient, which requires at least 2 of these 3 key components: a detailed history; a detailed examination; medical decision making of moderate complexity.
85730 0.59 47% 3.6% $85 $3 $37 $68 $32 1.18
Thromboplastin time, partial (ptt); plasma or whole blood
93017 7.17 74% 4.8% $822 $40 $572 $774 $576 1.03
Cardiovascular stress test using maximal or submaximal treadmill or bicycle exercise, continuous electrocardiographic monitoring, and/or pharmacological stress; tracing only, without interpretation and report
93010 0.27 43% 5.8% $59 $3 $22 $46 $20 1.21
Electrocardiogram, routine ecg with at least 12 leads; interpretation and report only
80061 0.74 61% 5.3% $113 $6 $63 $100 $61 1.08
Lipid panel
78452 16.63 63% 4.6% $2,714 $124 $1,597 $2,355 $1,493 1.10
Myocardial perfusion imaging, tomographic (spect) (including attenuation correction, qualitative or quantitative wall motion, ejection fraction by first pass or gated technique, additional quantification, when performed); multiple studies, at rest and/or stress (exercise or pharmacologic) and/or redistribution and/or rest reinjection

High Risk Diagnoses

  • 100% Old myocardial infarction

On every hundred of patients

Sample Distribution for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Which group is risky?

Prevalence for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Which group cost more?

Annual Cost ($) for Old Myocardial Infarction
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Which group has more hassle?

Annual Doctor Visits for Old Myocardial Infarction
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