daily census

daily census

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Occupancy rate is the average proportion of inpatient capacity in use, calculated as the ratio of average daily census to statistical beds.
non-MSA) hospitals with average daily census of fewer than 10.
The Adult Detention facility currently has an average daily census of around 650 individuals and the Youth Justice Center%s average daily census is around 15 (both male and female in both facilities).
He reported that the average daily census at the shelter, operated by the South Middlesex Opportunity Council, was 80 for the month of June.
The sample size was based on each unit's average daily census and staffing.
To date, 16 months after commencing services, the average daily census on the acute rehabilitation service is still at four, the same as before this service was contracted, and the fledgling subacute service is less than one,'' the report said.
Responses to this question (reported capacity) from the 22 responding centers (for which complete fiscal data were also available) and their reported average daily census were used to build an index of the percent of service capacity at which the center was operating.
This acquisition adds three Central-Alabama locations serving ten counties to VITAS's network of hospice programs and adds approximately 80 patients to VITAS's average daily census.
Many administrators are still relying on midnight census to determine average daily census and percent of unit occupancy.
Because of low patient numbers, the fifth-floor tower remained unused for almost two years in the early 1990s, but the number of patients has risen again to an average daily census of over 200.
In fact, our average daily census consists predominantly of high-acuity patients referred to us by Kaiser and several other HMOs, as well as Medi-Cal Subacute, all of which reimburse us under fixed per diems.