bed day

bed day

An NHS unit used to quantify the availability and use of beds over time, such that bed counts are expressed as a number of ‘bed days’.
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Cost reductions are based on statewide average bed day costs per consumer.
The Minister further said that ESI Corporation has decided to open six bed Day Care Centres in various ESI Dispensaries, all over the country.
A bed day is defined as one person in one bed for one night.
A person may experience a "disability bed day," spending the day in bed because of the effects of hypothyroidism or depression.
For National Make Your Bed Day next month, Appletree has compiled its top 10 tips on how to style a bed like a pro, including its team's most popular bed-making hacks and new ideas on what to do with throws, cushions and other bed accessories.
To celebrate, it is launching the first ever National Love Your Bed Day on August 6.
The cost to the NHS of one extra bed day in hospital is estimated at PS312 - compared with an average PS91 a day for a residential care home.
They made them during a Make a Bed Day, organised by the charity Leaves of Hope, at the church in Heol-y-Deri, Cardiff.
MORE than 18,000 bed days were lost last month as a result of delayed hospital discharges, it was revealed yesterday.
Figures for January show a year-on-year fall of 578 bed days lost due to delayed discharge.
And 40,813 bed days have been lost in a single month because of delayed discharge - a yearly increase of six per cent.
The health and social care integration joint board (IJB) has revealed targets in emergency admissions, unplanned bed days, A&E attendance and care at home for 2019/20.