bed occupancy rate

bed occupancy rate

A measure of hospital efficiency in the UK, calculated as the number of hospital bed days divided by the number of available hospital beds, multiplied by the number of days in a year.
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The bed occupancy rate was shown 150 in the survey.
Under questioning from the Opposition, Mental Health Minister Shane Rattenbury confirmed that the Adult Mental Health Unit at The Canberra Hospital had an average bed occupancy rate of 105 per cent in 2016-17.
Bed occupancy levels were also at levels that could potentially have put patients at risk, with general and acute wards at Wirral recording an average bed occupancy rate of 99.
Gross bed occupancy rate had reached 50% while net bed occupancy rate climbed to 71% in 2016 and was expected to be further improved once the 2017 figures were finalised, highlighting the best performance of the licensed accommodation sector during the last 15 years.
Dr Alistair Blair, chief clinical officer for the CCG, said: "The fact that the bed occupancy rate in Rothbury has been so low, for such a long time, simply cannot be ignored.
The questionnaire was aimed at encompassing various issues such as bed occupancy rate, distribution of nursing staff in the inpatient department, outpatient department (OPD) and intensive care unit (ICU).
Najam Ahmed Shah has said that referral system is being evolved in the province for further improving the Healthcare system and it would reduce bed occupancy rate in the hospitals.
North Wales is the nation's big draw for tourism, as figures show that North Wales has the highest average annual bed occupancy rate in Wales, at 49%.
Indicators Years available Beds per 1000 people 1981-2010 Physicians per 1000 1982-2010 people Outpatient visits 2002-2010 Hospital admissions 2002-2010 Average LOS 1984-2010 Bed occupancy rate 2002-2010 Maternal mortality rate 2002-2010 Indicators Definition Beds per 1000 people Beds are defined as fixed beds in Physicians per 1000 hospitals Physicians are defined as people active physicians at work before 2002.
The study was conducted to find out the reasons for increased lengths of stay, and bed occupancy rate.
They further said that KTH administration had so far failed to implement the order despite the fact that bed occupancy rate was above 150.
The College has also called on the Welsh Government to commit to a bed occupancy rate of 85% after it grew from 83% in 2003-04 to 85.