Hospital Diagnosis and
Procedure Data for the U.S.

DxPro™ enables you to quickly and reliably query hospital data for the U.S. An easy-to-use Web-based program, DxPro™ makes it possible for you to:

Quantify and project patients admitted to the hospital for specific diagnoses

Quantify and project procedures performed in the hospital

Query combined diagnosis and procedures for patients

Benefits of DxPro™

  • Save time finding the information you need for hospital diagnoses and procedures:
  • Generate flexible and unlimited disease definitions that can be tailored to any market, with specific ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes
  • Support sales forecasts through specification of diagnosed and/or surgical patient segments
  • Project data to future years and easily import into forecasting models

Data Source

The database is built from hospital administrative data (i.e., hospital billing records)

Largest publicly available all-payer inpatient healthcare database

Unweighted, it contains data from approximately 7 million hospital stays each year. Weighted, it estimates roughly 35 million hospitalizations nationally

Designed to produce U.S. national estimates of inpatient utilization by diagnosis and/or procedure

Using standardized ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes, multiple diagnoses and procedures are recorded for each patient to illustrate a complete picture of the patient’s health status.

DxPro reports aggregated national patient statistics and uses historical data to project patients through 2050. This is accomplished using age and sex specific rates from any of the historical datasets.


Interactive ICD-10-CM tool allows the user to easily navigate and multiselect codes for any diagnosis. Each patient record can have up to 40 diagnoses and the tool will query for the primary diagnosis or all diagnoses.

Powerful code builder helps a user easily specify all 7 levels of ICD-10-PCS codes for procedures. Each patient record can have up to 25 procedures.

Data can be reported for custom age cohorts and results are projected through 2050 from any base year of historical data.


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