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Personal Finances and Welfare, Social Statistics
Kiki Jørgensen
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It is the municipalities of the country, which provide citizens the selected services and report data to Statistics Denmark. Data for the statistics is collected monthly via automatic reports from the administrative systems used by the municipalities. Alternatively, the municipalities report data via a manual reporting solution, which is made available by Statistics Denmark. The reported data are validated by the municipalities, which must approve that their data can be used for statistics and publication. Before data is published, Statistics Denmark removes invalid data and adjusts different varieties of duplicate services.

Source data

Data originates primarily from the IT systems that are used in the municipalities to administrate the provided services. This data is transferred automatically and directly to Statistics Denmark through system-to-system solutions. The automatic reporting is developed and maintained by the municipalities' IT providers.

Other municipalities report data manually via an internet-based reporting solution, which is made available by Statistics Denmark. In the internet-based reporting solution, they maintain their data in parallel with their regular administration of the services, typically because their administrative IT systems cannot report directly to Statistics Denmark.

Data on the services is reported by the municipality, which has provided the service to the individual citizen. In this connection, it should be noted that some municipalities have entered into administrative cooperation in which a municipality, in addition to reporting on its own behalf, also reports on behalf of another municipality. The municipality of Ishøj reports data on behalf of Vallensbæk. Likewise, the municipality of Tårnby reports data on behalf of Dragør. The statistics will therefore never contain reports from Vallensbæk and Dragør.

Frequency of data collection

Data is reported monthly.

Data collection

Data is reported primarily directly from the administrative systems used by the municipalities. Alternatively, data can be reported manually via an internet-based reporting solution provided by Statistics Denmark.

Data validation

Statistics Denmark performs a number of data controls. For example, data is checked for invalid codes for services and target groups. The reported data is presented in a report sent to the individual municipality. The municipality will be alerted to any errors that need to be corrected. When the number of errors in data is minimized, Statistics Denmark asks whether the municipality can approve data to be used for statistics and publication.

Some municipalities can only approve data for some quarters and/or some types of services. Quarters or services that are not approved are not part of the published figures in the StatBank. The registry itself contains information about all reported data, and the variable "GodkendtPeriode" indicates whether the municipality has approved data.

In total, 63 municipalities have approved data for this release.

The following 36 municipalities have approved data for the period from 4th quarter 2013 to the 2nd quarter 2018: 159 Gladsaxe, 165 Albertslund, 175 Rødovre, 201 Allerød, 210 Fredensborg, 219 Hillerød, 223 Hørsholm, 230 Rudersdal, 250 Frederikssund, 269 Solrød, 306 Odsherred, 336 Stevns, 370 Næstved, 376 Guldborgsund, 410 Middelfart, 430 Faaborg-Midtfyn, 479 Svendborg, 480 Nordfyns, 563 Fanø, 575 Vejen, 607 Fredericia, 621 Kolding, 657 Herning, 661 Holstebro, 665 Lemvig, 671 Struer, 707 Norddjurs, 710 Favrskov, 746 Skanderborg, 756 Ikast-Brande, 760 Ringkøbing-Skjern, 825 Læsø, 840 Rebild, 846 Mariagerfjord, 849 Jammerbugt, 851 Aalborg.

The following 16 municipalities have approved data for the period from 4th quarter 2013 to the 2nd quarter 2018 but not all types of services: 151 Ballerup (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 157 Gentofte (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.12.0.2’ for the period 4th quarter 2013 to 4th quarter 2015) 167 Hvidovre (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.1’, ’1.3’, ’1.4’, ’1.8.1’, ’1.8.2’, ’1.12.0.1’, ’1.12.0.2’, ’1.13.3’, ’1.13.4’, ’1.17’) 217 Helsingør (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.12.0.1’ and ’1.17’, which are only approved for 2nd quarter 2018) 260 Halsnæs (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 265 Roskilde (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 326 Kalundborg (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.3’, ’1.17’) 400 Bornholm (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 450 Nyborg (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.8.1’, ’1.8.2’) 492 Ærø (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.8.1’, ’1.8.2’, ’1.12.0.1’, ’1.12.0.2’, ’1.13.2’, ’1.17’) 550 Tønder (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.1’, ’1.4’) 573 Varde (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’ and not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.8.2’ for the period 4th quarter 2013 to 3rd quarter 2014 and not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.12.0.2’ for 4th quarter 2016) 706 Syddjurs (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 751 Aarhus (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’, ’1.13.3’) 820 Vesthimmerland (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’) 860 Hjørring have approved 4th quarter 2013 to 2nd quarter 2018 (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.13.4’ for 1st quarter 2014 to 2nd quarter 2014)

The following 6 municipalities have approved all services but only part of the period from 4th quarter 2013 to the 2nd quarter 2018: 101 København have approved 1st quarter 2015 to 2nd quarter 2018 440 Kerteminde have approved 4th quarter 2014 to 2nd quarter 2018 530 Billund have approved 2nd quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2018 630 Vejle have approved 1st quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2018 787 Thisted have approved 1st quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2018 810 Brønderslev have approved 2nd quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2018

The following 5 municipalities have approved only part of the period from 4th quarter 2013 to the 2nd quarter 2018 and furthermore not all services: 153 Brøndby have approved 1st quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2018 (not approved modt_ydelse_kode: ’1.8.1’, ’1.8.2’, ’1.12.0.1’, ’1.12.0.2’, ’1.17’) 183 Ishøj (report and approve data on behalf of Vallensbæk) have approved 4th quarter 2013 to 4th quarter 2016 (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.13.2’ and ’1.17’) 330 Slagelse have approved 4th quarter 2017 to 2nd quarter 2018 (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.12.0.2’ and ’1.17’) 791 Viborg have approved 4th quarter 2015 to 2nd quarter 2018 (not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.17’ and not approved modt_ydelse_kode ’1.13.2’ in 4th quarter 2015 to 2nd quarter 2017)

Due to challenges in reporting data, the Ministry of Children and Social Affairs has given the municipality of Thisted a dispensation from reporting data regarding Q4 2013 to Q4 2015.

Data compilation

In Statistics Denmark’s data processing, invalid data is removed. This can be services reported with invalid codes. Services that contain invalid use of start and end dates are deleted (for example, where a service end date is before the start date).

The reported data is compared to Statistics Denmark's register of dead citizens. If a service is granted to a citizen who is dead, the citizen's date of death is used as the end date of the service provided.

The statistics cover services for adults, which in this regard is persons over 18 years old. If data has been reported indicating that a person under the age of 18 has been provided with a service, this data will be removed.

Finally, data is adjusted for different varieties of duplicate services. For example, if a citizen receives the same type of service several times during the same period, data is adjusted so that the citizen appears with one course in the period per. type of service. In addition, it is checked whether a citizen receives reciprocal services in the same period. An example of this may be that a citizen cannot be staying in a long-term housing service, while the citizen is granted a temporary stay at another housing facility.

Adjustment

No corrections of data are made, other than the ones described in section ’3.5’.