hospital occupancy


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Noun1.hospital occupancy - occupancy rate for hospitals
occupancy rate - the percentage of all rental units (as in hotels) are occupied or rented at a given time
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Most significantly, the report noted that the statewide hospital occupancy rate had fallen from 83 percent of certified beds in 1983 to 65 percent in 2004.
She says hospital occupancy does not provide a true indication of staffing and workload pressures.
Mabon ap Gwynfor of the NWHA said: "If hospital occupancy rates go above 82% it's recognised that hospital-acquired infections including norovirus are far more likely.
Our hospital occupancy rates have hit 95% - that is serious overcrowding and nurses are being stretched to breaking point.
We included all hospitalized patients of any admission status (observation or inpatient) to fully quantify hospital occupancy.
They determined that when hospital occupancy reached a certain point, a reduction of scheduled admissions of only 5 percent would lead to an increase in hospital revenue of $7,418 a day.
I am predicting that the likelihood of exclusive breastfeeding at discharge will be lower during periods when hospital occupancy rates are higher and more off-service patients are on the maternity unit.
Plus, our hospital occupancy rates are lower, which means we can manage with the nurses we have.
The UAE and Qatar have the most ambitious pipelines as measured by the number of hospital beds per capita, and are banking on medical tourism from within and outside the GCC countries to maintain adequate hospital occupancy rates across the industry.
The report shows that the UAE and Qatar have the most ambitious pipelines as measured by the number of hospital beds per capita, and are banking on medical tourism from within and outside the GCC countries to maintain adequate hospital occupancy rates across the industry.
2007), and average hospital occupancy rate in the county', indicating a pressure to discharge residents quicker, potentially leading to more transitions.
Over the past decade a decline in community hospital occupancy has led to the closure of many rural hospitals (Eberhardt et al.

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