Consumption responsibility weight refers to the responsibility weight for different types of renewable energy generation in the power system. The calculation formula is as follows:

Consumption responsibility weight = (renewable energy power produced and consumed in the region renewable energy power imported from outside the region the sum of the net transfer of market entities)/Electricity consumption of the whole society

Among them, “renewable energy power produced and consumed in the region” refers to the total amount of renewable energy power produced locally in the region; “renewable energy power imported from outside the region” refers to the total amount of renewable energy power transported by the region to other regions; “net transfer of market entities” refers to the total amount of renewable energy power consumed by market entities (such as power grid enterprises, power generation enterprises, etc.) minus the total amount of renewable energy power consumed by themselves Quantity.

The electricity consumption of the whole society refers to the total electricity consumption in the region, including locally produced electricity and external electricity.

The higher the calculation result of the consumption responsibility weight, the greater the responsibility of the region in the consumption of renewable energy. This is also one of the government’s assessment indicators for the consumption of renewable energy.

** Calculation method of drg weight? **

So how to calculate the weight and rate of DRG? Because the pricing of DRG is closely related to the weight and rate. The following examples are described in detail:

1. The weight of each DRG subdivision group W (there are two algorithms, fee and cost)

(1) Cost: W = the average cost of the DRG subdivision group/the average cost in the whole region;

(2) Cost: W = the average cost of the DRG subdivision group/the average cost in the whole region;

Considering the actual situation in China at present, the cost calculation standard cannot be unified, so most of them use the first fee algorithm.

2. So how to calculate the rate R of the DRG subdivision group?

In simple terms, R = total inpatient medical expenses/total weight;

total inpatient medical expenses can be calculated using the total cost of the whole region or the medical insurance fund, then the actual total inpatient medical expenses used in the current year = a certain proportion of the actual total expenses * last year

** DRG rate and weight definition? **

After DRG grouping, each case is assigned to a specific DRG sub-group (DRG-1, DRG-2, DRG-…)

So how to calculate the weight and rate of DRG? Because the pricing of DRG is closely related to the weight and rate. The following examples are described in detail:

1. The weight of each DRG subdivision group W (there are two algorithms, cost and cost)

(1) Cost: W = the average cost of the DRG subdivision group/the average cost in the whole region;

(2) Cost: W = the average cost of the DRG subdivision group/the average cost in the whole region;

Considering the actual situation in China at present, the cost calculation standard cannot be unified, so most of them use the first cost algorithm.

2. Then how to calculate the rate R of the DRG subdivision group?

In simple terms, R = total inpatient medical expenses/total weight;

total inpatient medical expenses can be calculated using the total cost of the whole region or the medical insurance fund, then the actual inpatient medical expenses used in the current year = a certain proportion of the actual total expenses * last year (can be calculated according to the growth of historical expenses)

For example: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, the cost growth rate is 5%, 8%, 12%, then the growth rate of the year can be based on (5% 8% 12%)/3 = 8.33%. However, considering that the cost increase is more correlated with the most recent year, the weighting method can be used to calculate, for example, according to the ratio of 1:2:7. (5% * 1 8% * 2 = 12% * 7)/10 = 10.5%.

3, then the pricing of each DRG sub-group = W * R

Another point is made that the DRG comparison of the weighted rate method is applicable to areas with abundant medical insurance funds. However, for areas with relatively insufficient medical insurance funds, the DRG point method is used, and the point calculation is similar to the weighting calculation method.