Hospital characteristics included hospital size (number of staff beds), type of ownership, nursing care hours per patient day
(registered nurse [RN] and licensed practical nurse [LPN]/licensed vocational nurses [LVNs] full-time equivalent [FTE] x 1,768/adjusted patient days
), professional skill mix (FTE'of RNs/FTE of RNs, LPNs, LVNs x 100), hospital-filled capacity (average daily census/total hospital beds x 100), teaching status (number of medical/dental residents and fellows divided by hospital size), and case mix.
OTCBB: NMRD) has presented positive interim analysis of clinical data from its ongoing 540 patient day
clinical program of Type I and Type II diabetic Patients using the company's sugarBEAT CGM System as a minimally invasive, wireless continuous glucose monitoring system.
They have advised me that we have Nursing Hours Per Patient Day
A patient day
was counted for each day that a patient was in the ICU during the audit.
In a recent study, research identified that Magnet hospitals have a five percent lower fall rates than non-Magnet hospitals, and that Magnet hospitals had higher hours per patient day
rates (Lake, Shang, Klaus, & Dunton, 2010).
1%, and revenue per adjusted patient day
Nurse staffing can be measured as full-time equivalent employment (FTEE), nursing hours per patient day
, share of registered nurses in total nursing staff, nurse-to-patient ratios, or other metrics.
Hours per patient day
is defined as paid hours divided by patient days
We used three variables to capture hospital costs associated with delivering healthcare and Porter's (1980) cost leadership dimension: cost adjusted per patient day
, salary adjusted per patient day
, and man-hours adjusted per patient day
The contract, won through its construction subsidiary, Balfour Beatty Construction, involves two purpose-built developments, one in north and one in south Glasgow, to provide out patient day
care, minor injury units and day surgical facilities.
55 per Medicaid patient day
--18% higher than last year's reported average shortfall of just less than $10 per Medicaid patient day
and a 28% increase since 1999.
9 minutes per patient day
, relative to their average in 2000 of about 3 and one-half hours of nursing time per patient day