Violence-Related Claims Rates Chart Description

The line chart below shows the trend of violence-related claims rates from 2000 through 2005 for five high risk State Fund industries within the Health Care and Social Assistance major industry sector:

  • Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals.
  • Residential Mental Retardation, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Factilities.
  • Other Residential Care Facilities.
  • Nursing Care Facilities.
  • Community Care Facilities for the Elderly.

The number of claims per 10,000 FTEs (full-time equivalents) for the Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals industry:

  • 544 claims in 2000.
  • 723 claims in 2001.
  • 737 claims in 2002.
  • 853 claims in 2003.
  • 784 claims in 2004.
  • 986 claims in 2005.

The number of claims per 10,000 FTEs for the Residential Mental Retardation, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities industry:

  • 432 claims in 2000.
  • 325 claims in 2001.
  • 289 claims in 2002.
  • 324 claims in 2003.
  • 348 claims in 2004.
  • 340 claims in 2005.

The number of claims per 10,000 FTEs for the Other Residential Care Facilities industry:

  • 337 claims in 2000.
  • 286 claims in 2001.
  • 260 claims in 2002.
  • 151 claims in 2003.
  • 196 claims in 2004.
  • 212 claims in 2005.

The number of claims per 10,000 FTEs for the Nursing Care Facilities industry:

  • 169 claims in 2000.
  • 185 claims in 2001.
  • 105 claims in 2002.
  • 86 claims in 2003.
  • 85 claims in 2004.
  • 89 claims in 2005.

The number of claims per 10,000 FTEs for the Community Care Facilities for the Elderly industry:

  • 137 claims in 2000.
  • 110 claims in 2001.
  • 81 claims in 2002.
  • 70 claims in 2003.
  • 85 claims in 2004.
  • 52 claims in 2005.
A line chart of violence-related claims rates for high risk state fund industries. This page provides a text description.

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