A measure of inpatient health facility use based upon the average number or proportion of beds occupied for a given period of time.
The process of accepting patients. The concept includes patients accepted for medical and nursing care in a hospital or other health care institution.
The period of confinement of a patient to a hospital or other health facility.
Equipment on which one may lie and sleep, especially as used to care for the hospital patient.
Confinement of an individual to bed for therapeutic or experimental reasons.
Large woodland game BIRDS in the subfamily Meleagridinae, family Phasianidae, order GALLIFORMES. Formerly they were considered a distinct family, Melegrididae.
Hospital department responsible for the flow of patients and the processing of admissions, discharges, transfers, and also most procedures to be carried out in the event of a patient's death.
International organizations which provide health-related or other cooperative services.
Countries that have reached a level of economic achievement through an increase of production, per capita income and consumption, and utilization of natural and human resources.
The science of utilization, distribution, and consumption of services and materials.
An island republic in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Its capital is Nicosia. It was colonized by the Phoenicians and ancient Greeks and ruled successively by the Assyrian, Persian, Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Empires. It was under various countries from the 12th to the 20th century but became independent in 1960. The name comes from the Greek Kupros, probably representing the Sumerian kabar or gabar, copper, famous in historic times for its copper mines. The cypress tree is also named after the island. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p308 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p134)
Divisions of the year according to some regularly recurrent phenomena usually astronomical or climatic. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Created 7 April 1992 as a result of the division of Yugoslavia.
Travel to another country for the purpose of medical treatment.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
The collection, writing, and editing of current interest material on topics related to biomedicine for presentation through the mass media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, or television, usually for a public audience such as health care consumers.
"The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. Production may be by conventional printing methods or by electronic publishing.
A quantitative measure of the frequency on average with which articles in a journal have been cited in a given period of time.
The smallest continent and an independent country, comprising six states and two territories. Its capital is Canberra.
The immersion or washing of the body or any of its parts in water or other medium for cleansing or medical treatment. It includes bathing for personal hygiene as well as for medical purposes with the addition of therapeutic agents, such as alkalines, antiseptics, oil, etc.
Anomaly of the tooth, found chiefly in upper lateral incisors. It is characterized by invagination of the enamel at the incisal edge.
A species of ORTHOPOXVIRUS that is the etiologic agent of COWPOX. It is closely related to but antigenically different from VACCINIA VIRUS.
A form of intestinal obstruction caused by the PROLAPSE of a part of the intestine into the adjoining intestinal lumen. There are four types: colic, involving segments of the LARGE INTESTINE; enteric, involving only the SMALL INTESTINE; ileocecal, in which the ILEOCECAL VALVE prolapses into the CECUM, drawing the ILEUM along with it; and ileocolic, in which the ileum prolapses through the ileocecal valve into the COLON.
The flat, triangular bone situated at the anterior part of the KNEE.
The articulation between the articular surface of the PATELLA and the patellar surface of the FEMUR.
Displacement of the PATELLA from the femoral groove.
A plant genus of the family SALICACEAE. Balm of Gilead is a common name used for P. candicans, or P. gileadensis, or P. jackii, and sometimes also used for ABIES BALSAMEA or for COMMIPHORA.

Public hospital resource allocations in El Salvador: accounting for the case mix of patients. (1/189)

National hospitals in developing countries command a disproportionate share of medical care budgets, justified on the grounds that they have a more difficult patient case mix and higher occupancy rates than decentralized district hospitals or clinics. This paper empirically tests the hypothesis by developing direct measures of the severity of patient illness, hospital case-mix and a resource intensity index for each of El Salvador's public hospitals. Based on an analysis of inpatient care staffing requirements, national hospitals are found to receive funding far in excess of what case-mix and case-load considerations would warrant. The findings suggest that significant system-wide efficiency gains can be realized by allocating hospital budgets on the bases of performance-related criteria which incorporate the case-mix approach developed here.  (+info)

The winter bed crisis--quantifying seasonal effects on hospital bed usage. (2/189)

Winter bed crises are a common feature in NHS hospitals, and have given rise to great concern. We set out to determine the relative contribution of seasonal effects and other factors to bed occupancy in a large teaching hospital over one year. There were 190,804 occupied bed-days, which we analysed by specialty groupings. There was considerable variability in bed occupancy in each specialty. A significant winter peak occurred for general medicine and orthopaedics together with a significant increase on 'take-in' days. Virtually all specialties showed a significant variation in occupancy between weekdays. Geriatric Medicine had a high and fairly constant occupancy, with some seasonal effect. We conclude that seasonal trends in bed occupancy occur in 'front door' specialties and are predictable. In these specialties, admission policies also make a contribution to bed usage and are amenable to modification. There is no surge in occupancy in the immediate post-Christmas period, except that attributable to the seasonal trend. In the 'elective' specialties, bed occupancy fluctuates widely, with reduced occupancy at weekends and at Christmas. These differences are entirely amenable to modification. More effective bed management would make a very significant contribution to avoiding winter bed crises.  (+info)

Dynamics of bed use in accommodating emergency admissions: stochastic simulation model. (3/189)

OBJECTIVE: To examine the daily bed requirements arising from the flow of emergency admissions to an acute hospital, to identify the implications of fluctuating and unpredictable demands for emergency admission for the management of hospital bed capacity, and to quantify the daily risk of insufficient capacity for patients requiring immediate admission. DESIGN: Modelling of the dynamics of the hospital system, using a discrete-event stochastic simulation model, which reflects the relation between demand and available bed capacity. SETTING: Hypothetical acute hospital in England. SUBJECTS: Simulated emergency admissions of all types except mental disorder. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: The risk of having no bed available for any patient requiring immediate admission; the daily risk that there is no bed available for at least one patient requiring immediate admission; the mean bed occupancy rate. RESULTS: Risks are discernible when average bed occupancy rates exceed about 85%, and an acute hospital can expect regular bed shortages and periodic bed crises if average bed occupancy rises to 90% or more. CONCLUSIONS: There are limits to the occupancy rates that can be achieved safely without considerable risk to patients and to the efficient delivery of emergency care. Spare bed capacity is therefore essential for the effective management of emergency admissions, and its cost should be borne by purchasers as an essential element of an acute hospital service.  (+info)

Acute medical bed usage by nursing home residents. (4/189)

An increasing number of elderly patients in nursing home care appears to be presenting to hospital for acute medical admission. A survey of acute hospital care was undertaken to establish accurately the number and character of such admissions. A total of 1300 acute medical beds was surveyed in Northern Ireland in June 1996 and January 1997 on a single day using a standardised proforma. Demographic details, diagnosis and length of admission were recorded. A total of 84 patients over the age of 65 (mean 79.5 years) admitted from nursing home care was identified in June 1996 and a total of 125 (mean 83.3 years) in January 1997. A total of 88 (70%) of admissions in 1997 were accompanied by a general practitioner's letter. The assessing doctor judged that 12 (9.6%) of admissions in 1997 could have had investigations and or treatment reasonably instituted in a nursing home. The proportion of acute medical beds occupied by nursing home residents was 6% in June 1996 rising to 10% in January 1997. The study accurately identifies the significant contribution of nursing home patients to acute medical admissions and the low proportion in whom admission was unnecessary. Closure of long stay hospital facilities should be accompanied by investment in community medical services and also reinvestment in acute hospital care for elderly people.  (+info)

MediSign: using a web-based SignOut System to improve provider identification. (5/189)

Continuity of care necessitates communication between the primary providers of inpatient and outpatient care. Communication requires identification of providers in addition to clinical information. We have constructed a web-based SignOut System to improve provider identification. The web-based SignOut System correctly identified the provider for 100% (34/34) of patients in 1997 and 93% (37/40) of patients in 1998. The hospital bed census correctly identified the attending provider for 50% (17/34) of patients in 1997 and 73% (29/40) in 1998. When analyzed by attending type (i.e., service and private,) the SignOut System correctly identified 86% of service providers in contrast to the hospital bed census that correctly identified 57% of service providers. Both the SignOut System (100%) and the hospital bed census (95%) had superior results in identifying private attendings. The web-based technology provides a familiar user interface and ubiquitous workstation access.  (+info)

Measuring hospital efficiency: a comparison of two approaches. (6/189)

OBJECTIVE: To compare the results of scoring hospital efficiency by means of two new types of frontier models, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and stochastic frontier regression (SFR). STUDY SETTING: Financial records of Florida acute care hospitals in continuous operation over the period 1982-1993. STUDY DESIGN: Comparable DEA and SFR models are specified, and these models are then estimated to obtain the efficiency indexes yielded by each. The empirical results are subsequently examined to ascertain the extent to which they serve the needs of hospital policymakers. DATA COLLECTION: A longitudinal or panel data set is assembled, and a common set of output, input, and cost indicators is constructed to support the estimation of comparable DEA and SFR models. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: DEA and SFR models yield convergent evidence about hospital efficiency at the industry level, but divergent portraits of the individual characteristics of the most and least efficient facilities. CONCLUSIONS: Hospital policymakers should not be indifferent to the choice of the frontier model used to score efficiency relationships. They may be well advised to wait until additional research clarifies reasons why DEA and SFR models yield divergent results before they introduce these methods into the policy process.  (+info)

Measuring and modelling surgical bed usage. (7/189)

Surgical departments treat two groups of inpatients--the simple and the complex--consequently a single average fails to describe the use being made of the occupied beds. Using decision support techniques, we show why indicators such as the average length, the average occupancy and the average admissions mislead. Furthermore, by analysing the fluctuating pattern of weekly admissions we show how weekends and the Christmas holiday periods impact on bed usage. Next, we demonstrate that flow process models can be used to describe how the in-patient workload concerns two groups of patients. On an average day, 71.4% of the beds contained patients who will have an average (exponential) stay of 4.8 days, and the other beds, 28.6%, contain patients who will have an average (exponential) stay of 22.8 days. The article concludes by demonstrating the short and long-term impact on daily admissions of a 10% change in four different parameters of the model. The data used come from a surgical department in Adelaide, as UK data sets report finished consultant episodes rather than completed in-patient spells.  (+info)

The National Nursing Home Survey: 1995 summary. (8/189)

OBJECTIVE: The 1995 National Nursing Home Survey (NNHS) was conducted to collect data on nursing homes and their current residents. This report presents detailed data on the characteristics of the nursing homes including ownership, certification, bed size, location, affiliation, and services provided. Data on current residents are presented by basic demographics, living arrangement prior to admission, functional status, and other health and personal characteristics of the residents. METHODS: The 1995 NNHS is a sample survey consisting of a two-stage design with a probability sample of 1,500 nursing facilities in the first stage and up to six current residents from each facility in the second stage. RESULTS: About 1.5 million residents were receiving care in an estimated 16,700 nursing homes in 1995. Nearly 1.8 million beds were available and facilities operated at about 87 percent of their capacity. Nearly 90 percent of the residents were 65 years and over. They were predominantly female and white with a large portion needing assistance in the activities of daily living (ADL's) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL's).  (+info)

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A train of the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) is seen at the Mombasa Railway Station in Mombasa, Kenya, on June 1, 2018. The Chinese-built Mombasa-Nairobi SGR of some 480 kilometers has attained an occupancy rate of over 95 percent while reducing the time between Kenyas two biggest cities by half to five hours. An estimated 1.3 million Kenyans have commuted between Nairobi and Mombasa by the SGR train since its launch on May 31 last year. (Xinhua/Wang Teng) ...
Adult patients on prolonged acute mechanical ventilation (PAMV) comprise 1/3 of all adult MV patients, consume 2/3 of hospital resources allocated to MV population, and are nearly twice as likely to require a discharge to a skilled nursing facility (SNF). Their numbers are projected to double by year 2020. To aid in planning for this growth, we projected their annualized days and costs of hospital use and SNF discharges in year 2020 in the US. We constructed a model estimating the relevant components of hospital utilization. We computed the total days and costs for each component; we also applied the risk for SNF discharge to the total 2020 PAMV population. The underlying assumption was that process of care does not change over the time horizon. We performed Monte Carlo simulations to establish 95% confidence intervals (CI) for the point estimates. Given 2020 projected PAMV volume of 605,898 cases, they will require 3.6 (95% CI 2.7-4.8) million MV, 5.5 (95% CI 4.3-7.0) million ICU and 10.3 (95% CI 8.1
A New Psychiatric Subspecialty?May 30, 2013).. The authors listed all sorts of ways of spreading joy (not least because procedures make heaps more money than just sitting there listening to people). Their list included:. -Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (relatively harmless except for the cost). They said: A recent multisite, naturalistic, observational study of acute treatment outcomes in clinical practice demonstrated greater than 50% efficacy in sicker populations using TMS. Interesting. Placebos usually give about 54% improvement, so it isnt going very far backwards.. -ECT (of course). By the way, after 36yrs of working alone in the most difficult parts of this (admittedly difficult) country, I have to point out that I never use ECT. Never. In both psychiatric hospitals where I was chief psychiatrist, ECT stopped for the duration of my stay, and bed occupancy rates went down. As soon as I left, the ECT was resumed and occupancy rates went back to normal. Nursing unions were greatly ...
During the quarter, net new unit demand totaled 4,977 units, the greatest number of new units in any quarter since NIC began reporting the data in 2006. At the same time, the quarterly change in the number of units added to existing inventory slowed to 3,832 units, the fewest since mid-2016. The data suggest a possible slowdown in new senior housing construction.. NIC data also show that assisted living occupancy increased to 85.4 percent in the third quarter, from a previous record low of 85.1 percent for the past three quarters, as relatively robust demand outpaced new inventory growth. The occupancy rate for independent living increased to 90.2 percent in the third quarter, 10 basis points higher than year-earlier levels, but below its rate earlier in 2019.. The data suggest strong consumer demand for assisted living and independent living, which supported the overall increase in the national occupancy rate that weve experienced, says Beth Burnham Mace, NICs chief economist. Meanwhile, ...
1. Schull MJ, Vermeulen M, Slaughter G, et al. Emergency department crowding and thrombolysis delays in acute myocardial infarction. Ann Emerg Med. 2004;44:577-85. [PubMed] 2. Pines JM, Hollander JE, Localio AR, et al. The association between emergency department crowding and hospital performance on antibiotic timing for pneumonia and percutaneous intervention for myocardial infarction. Acad Emerg Med. 2006;13:873-8. [PubMed] 3. Kulstad EB, Kelley KM. Overcrowding is associated with delays in percutaneous coronary intervention for acute myocardial infarction. Int J Emerg Med. 2009 in press.. 4. Hoot NR, Aronsky D. Systematic review of emergency department crowding: causes, effects, and solutions. Ann Emerg Med. 2008;52:126-36. [PubMed] 5. Sprivulis PC, Da Silva JA, Jacobs IG, et al. The association between hospital overcrowding and mortality among patients admitted via Western Australian emergency departments. Med J Aust.2006;184:208-12. [PubMed] 6. Richardson DB. Increase in patient mortality ...
Critical care medicine continues to grow in a shrinking U.S. hospital system. The critical care medicine payer mix is evolving, with Medicaid increasing in its percentage of critical care medicine use. Critical care medicine is more cost controlled than other healthcare indexes, but is still using a …
On April 1, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced from the platform of the National Assembly that with more than 5,000 Covid patients hospitalized in
In September quarter 2005, the room occupancy rate for five-star hotels, motels and serviced apartments with 5 or more rooms was 72.5% compared with 43.5% for one-star. For hotels, motels and serviced apartments with 15 or more rooms, the room occupancy rate was 72.7% for five-star establishments compared with 50.4% for one-star. ...
Operating metrics lack improvement: (1) ILL added three new properties during the quarter (it has a presence in 57 cities) and seven new screens, taking the total number of properties to 107 with 420 screens and 108,931 seats. The lower than expected addition was on account of some regulatory issues. (2) The average ticket price (ATP) increased by 5.7% YoY to Rs167, the food & beverages spending per head (SPH) increased by 9.4% YoY to Rs58 while the occupancy rate grew by 300 basis points (BPS) YoY at 23% and fell by 500BPS sequentially. The management expects the occupancy rate to be in the range of 29-30% going ahead and the ATP to increase 5-6%. (3) The advertising revenue per screen declined by 13% YoY to 0.49 million on account of a weaker quarter and a price hike during the fag end of the third quarter of FY2016 (it takes a longer time for customers to absorb hikes). (4) The entertainment tax increased to 18.6% as compared with 16.9% in Q4FY2015, led by six properties falling out of tax ...
The latest PHE figures, released yesterday, also show there were 10 outbreaks in hospitals - all of which led to ward closures or restrictions.. Professor Nick Phin, of PHE, previously said: Those who get infected with norovirus will usually make a full recovery within one to two days.. However, it is important to drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration, especially in the very young or elderly. Good hygiene is essential to preventing infection. This includes thorough hand washing after using the toilet and before eating or preparing foods.. An unprecedented winter ahead Earlier this week NHS Providers, which represents hospital trusts, said hospitals will be sorely tested this winter.. Its comments were provoked by chief executives of two hospitals who admitted their bed occupancy rates are 98 per cent and 99 per cent respectively.. And concerned doctors warned patients will have to sleep, take paracetamol and pray ahead of the impending winter crisis.. The NHS is expected to face ...
bb-iawr-inarticle- { clear: both; margin: 0 0 15px; }. We need to address the epidemic of low falls in the home through engineering, medical and societal approaches.. We have NCTs to ensure car and road user safety, should we have something similar for our homes given the burden of injury associated?. Meanwhile, a report by the Irish National ICU Audit (INICUA) found that while ICUs are safe there is a need for more beds to meet demand.. The INICUA was established by NOCA to focus on the care of patients in adult Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and Paediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs).. The report includes the very sickest patients in the Irish healthcare system and examines data from 6,186 adult patients and 1,463 paediatric patients across 14 units.. The report found that Irish units are very busy, with 91% bed occupancy in adult ICUs and 94% bed occupancy in PICUs in 2017. The recommended occupancy levels are 70-80%.. The average length of stay in an adult ICU was five days, which is ...
The following special commitments have been agreed to by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). NCDOT HYDRAULICS UNIT: The Hydraulics Unit will coordinate with the NC Floodplain Mapping Program (FMP), to determine status of project with regard to applicability of NCDOTS Memorandum of Agreement, or approval of a Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) and subsequent final Letter of Map Revision (LOMR). NCDOT TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM MANAGMENT COMMITMENTS: This environmental document includes the reconstruction of the Hambright Road and Westmoreland Road bridges over I‐77. Replacement of these bridges is expected to occur within the existing right of way. Future design and or construction contracts will specify that any additional bridge reconstruction or expansion of the two bridges beyond the right‐of‐way would be evaluated in compliance with NEPA before they could be approved. I-77 High Occupancy/Toll Lanes Categorical Exclusion STIP I-5405 i Table of Contents 1.1 ...
Indoor airborne bacteria have not received as much publicity as the mould. Are indoor airborne bacteria of health significance?. Read more below….. Bacteria are found virtually in every environment including the hot springs, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, glaciers, swamps, and mines! Some heat-loving bacteria (hyperthermophiles) thrive best above 176 °F (80 °C) whereas the psychrophiles (cold-loving) can survive far below 0 °C.. In indoor environments bacteria are present in air and on surfaces. High levels of bacteria concentration indoors is an indication of high occupancy rate, poor ventilation, or poor building maintenance. Similar to mould, some bacteria are associated with water-damaged building materials.. Significance Of Airborne Bacteria. While bacteria do not receive as much publicity as mould when it comes to indoor air quality, they are a health hazard. Some are serious human pathogens and others especially the gram negative bacteria produce toxic compounds (endotoxins) from the ...
Indoor airborne bacteria have not received as much publicity as the mould. Are indoor airborne bacteria of health significance?. Read more below….. Bacteria are found virtually in every environment including the hot springs, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, glaciers, swamps, and mines! Some heat-loving bacteria (hyperthermophiles) thrive best above 176 °F (80 °C) whereas the psychrophiles (cold-loving) can survive far below 0 °C.. In indoor environments bacteria are present in air and on surfaces. High levels of bacteria concentration indoors is an indication of high occupancy rate, poor ventilation, or poor building maintenance. Similar to mould, some bacteria are associated with water-damaged building materials.. Significance Of Airborne Bacteria. While bacteria do not receive as much publicity as mould when it comes to indoor air quality, they are a health hazard. Some are serious human pathogens and others especially the gram negative bacteria produce toxic compounds (endotoxins) from the ...
by TimH , Jan 15, 2013. In previous research, studies have documented significant links between length of stay (LOS) over 24-hour periods and hospital occupancy, the number of ED admissions, and other factors. In the May 2012 Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, my colleagues and I published a study that looked at LOS in more discreet time periods than what earlier analyses have reported. We did this because ED crowding and volume can vary greatly during a given 24-hour period. We wanted to find out which factors were associated with LOS and whether this relationship was present during all or only specific 8-hour shifts. In our analysis, independent variables were measured during three 8-hour shifts. Shift 1 was from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, shift 2 was from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm, and shift 3 was from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. For each shift, the numbers of ED nurses on duty, discharges, discharges on the previous shift, resuscitation cases, admissions and ICU admissions, and LOS on the previous shift, ...
QS+CARE™ is a real-time bed occupancy and movement activity monitor with health data tracking. It can improve senior care outcome and reduce costs. Many challenges are faced in senior care today. One out of five falls can cause serious injury such as a fractured hip or head trauma. QS+CARE provides real-time bed occupancy data and alerts to help reduce falls.. It is often difficult to detect changes in the health of a resident, especially those with memory problems. Tracking of heart and breathing rates and movement activity in sleep can help monitor these changes and allow for early intervention.. Night-time nursing staff often have a tremendous workload which may contribute to stress, an endemic problem that can lead to work-related sick leave, health problems, and a decrease in efficiency.. QS+CARE™ is new digital health solution that tackles many of the todays problems in senior care.. ...
The object of discussion is To calculate a new flexible hospital production function by means of a Generalized Additive Model including interactions and to compare it with the classic models Cobb-Douglas and Translog in the prediction of the behavior of productive factors and to study how the number of beds in the hospital affects the hospital activity, the length of stays and, consequently, the waiting list. The GAM model is more appropriate than the Cobb-Douglas or the translog to evaluate hospital production functions, for public hospitals located in Galicia and for the study period. The study also demonstrates the usefulness of simulation techniques to examine a hospital system. There are no significant differences in terms of waiting lists and occupancy rates when the number of beds in larger hospitals increases. Supply-side policies can also be disappointing in their effects on waiting times for small rural hospitals. Greater capacity in terms of more beds is associated with shorter ...
Timeline: July 2014 - May 2015. Background. The new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is a 37,612 gross sq ft unit on the fourth floor of the North Building on the University of Maryland Medical Center campus. Products specified to satisfy the cabling needs were flexible hand bendable cable tray and basket style high capacity cable tray. The design was incorporated into the electrical drawings to facilitate installation by the electrical contractor. The new NICU substantially expanded capacity and improved patient accommodations. The old NICU had 40 patient care spaces organized into five patient care areas in a 12,500 +/- sq ft unit in South Hospital. Four areas were ward-like rooms with seven patients per room allocated according diagnostic/treatment specialty. The fifth area was the step-down area, a suite of adjoining rooms for 12 more mature babies. Before the new space, volume at the NICU was 500 patients per year, with an average stay of 27 days, and a 95% occupancy rate. The new NICU ...
Rent growth was up slightly but numbers otherwise were generally dim for nursing home market indicators in the fourth quarter of 2015. The occupancy rate for skilled nursing facilities decreased 0.1% during the fourth quarter of 2015, according to data released late Wednesday by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Of course let us not forget, after decades and decades of our community trying to bring a hotel to Flower Mound, soon we will have two hotels. This first, a mid-range hotel at the River Walk, and the second a luxury hotel among the finest in North Texas overlooking Lake Grapevine. Ill never forget the head of the largest youth baseball tournament in America standing before Council and saying, the best thing you could do to help our tournament is to bring a place for our guest to stay in our Town.. Other notable openings include: Lakeside Business District (Occupancy Rate: 95%), Signature Systems Group, Keystone Automotive, Whitlock, CustomInk, Bed, Bath, & Beyond, and Hollymead Cantex Continuing Care Center.. Restaurants: Trio Craft Coffee, Starwood Café, Salata, Penn Station East Coast Subs, Mellow Mushroom, Luna Grill, Prime Farm to Table, Jersey Mikes (second location), Modmarket, Jets Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Smashburger, Black Walnut Café, Don Vitos Italian Eatery & Safehouse, Soon, the ...
Venezuelans get sick once they cross the border… because they are locked up without tools to protect themselves from the virus and without hygienic conditions. They are confined in crowded areas where the rate of infection is higher, he said.. The congressman warned that the average occupancy rate of intensive care centers nationwide is 40%, but that in some states it has already reached 100% of its capacity to care for those infected. Such are the cases of the Hospital José Gregorio Hernández, in Amazonas; the Hospital Universitario de Los Andes, in Mérida; the Hospital Luis Razetti, in Anzoátegui, with only two beds and two occupied ventilators; the Hospital Militar de Maracay, in Aragua; the Hospital Universitario Dr. Alfredo Van Grieken and the Hospital Calles Sierra, located in the state of Falcón.. The parliamentarian said that Maduro continues to lie and manipulate information about the development of the disease in the country: The regime announces the death of 71 Venezuelans ...
Thanks to a healthy pipeline of mixed-use developments and hungry grocery developers, Houstons retail industry posted some of the highest absorption numbers in nearly a decade, according to a recent CBRE report.. Houston absorbed roughly 1.5 million square feet during the second quarter of 2016, which is the best net absorption for Houston retail since 2007, according to the report. The greater Houston retail markets occupancy is 94.2 percent and the Class A retail market has even higher occupancy rates, according to the report.. As developers move forward with more speculative construction, demand must continue to grow in order to retain occupancy at above average rates, the report states. Though the office and multifamily pipelines are cooling, land sites slated for multifamily projects are now available for retail developers, giving rise to more mixed-use developments within the inner Loop.. Those projects include the Kirby Collection, a $125 million mixed-use project in Upper Kirby ...
Houlton Regional Hospital will close its nursing home wing later this month, eliminating 28 long-term care beds and putting additional strain on a 90 percent occupancy rate among Maines nursing homes.. The Penobscot Nursing Home and Northern Bay Residential Care in the Hancock County town of Penobscot are financially solvent again after being placed in receivership in 2008. However, they still face the challenges of underfunded MaineCare reimbursements and a rapidly growing senior population that has more acute physical and mental health needs.. Were paying our bills, said Irving Faunce, the administrator who was appointed to steer the Penobscot facilities out of the red.. But MaineCare reimbursements havent increased for several years, which means its very difficult to generate a positive bottom line, Faunce said.. Meanwhile, the spectrum of geriatric health issues that assisted-living facilities and nursing homes are dealing with is larger than ever, Faunce said. Many long-term care ...
Summary: Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT) has essentially locked in robust growth for FY14 with lower interest costs and the redemption of its 321.9m Series A Convertible Perpetual Preferred Units (CPPUs) this year. In addition, we expect FCOT to gain from its growth initiatives embarked over the past year. For one, FCOT has completed the Precinct Master Plan and asset enhancement works for the office tower at China Square Central, and is likely to benefit from improved occupancy and higher secured rentals going forward. Moreover, FCOT has successfully completed the renewal of 511,000 sqft of the underlying leases at Alexandra Technopark and has achieved positive rental reversion of 17.4% at the property. According to the latest report by DTZ, we also note that sequential rental increments were seen within the CBD in 3Q13 on the back of better occupancy rates. This is consistent with our view that office leasing activity is likely to remain healthy. We maintain our BUY rating on FCOT with a ...
Operational expenses for energy, water, and other utilities are based on consumption, current rates, and price projections. Because energy, and to some extent water consumption, and building configuration and building envelope are interdependent, energy and water costs are usually assessed for the building as a whole rather than for individual building systems or components.. Energy usage: Energy costs are often difficult to predict accurately in the design phase of a project. Assumptions must be made about use profiles, occupancy rates, and schedules, all of which impact energy consumption. At the initial design stage, data on the amount of energy consumption for a building can come from engineering analysis or from a computer program such as eQuest. EnergyPlus™ (DOE) and DOE-2 require more detailed input not usually available until later in the design process. Other software packages, such as the proprietary programs TRACE (Trane), ESPRE (EPRI), and HAP (Carrier) have been developed to ...
Operational expenses for energy, water, and other utilities are based on consumption, current rates, and price projections. Because energy, and to some extent water consumption, and building configuration and building envelope are interdependent, energy and water costs are usually assessed for the building as a whole rather than for individual building systems or components.. Energy usage: Energy costs are often difficult to predict accurately in the design phase of a project. Assumptions must be made about use profiles, occupancy rates, and schedules, all of which impact energy consumption. At the initial design stage, data on the amount of energy consumption for a building can come from engineering analysis or from a computer program such as eQuest. EnergyPlus™ (DOE) and DOE-2 require more detailed input not usually available until later in the design process. Other software packages, such as the proprietary programs TRACE (Trane), ESPRE (EPRI), and HAP (Carrier) have been developed to ...
Though convention and civic centers in the district appear to have emerged from the recession relatively unscathed, the continued expansion of convention space nationwide-and in the district-could eventually take a toll. On the national level, available exhibit space increased by 12.3 million square feet-a 20 percent jump-between August 2000 and July 2003, according to a recent report by the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau and consultant PriceWaterhouseCoopers. That growth is expected to continue, although at a slower rate; an additional 5.9 million square feet are expected by the year 2006. While additional space by itself might not constitute a problem, when combined with a slow-growing events market, that additional capacity may predictably translate to lower occupancy rates as distended existing facilities compete with brand new complexes for essentially the same number of events. To date, smaller convention markets seem to be faring better than their more prestigious counterparts. ...
As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 1,015 people, 413 households, and 245 families residing in the city. Of the 489 housing units 413 were occupied for an occupancy rate of 84.5%. The racial makeup of the city was 70.2% White, 25.9% African American, 0.2% Native American, 0.3% Asian, 1.6% some other race, and 1.8% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino people of any race made up 3.2% of the population.[13] Of the 413 households, 245 or 59.3% were families and 128 or 31.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them. 144 households were headed by married couples living together which made up 34.9%, 79 households or 19.1% had a female householder with no husband present, while 22 or 5.3% had a male householder with no wife present. Non-family households made up 40.7% or 168 households. The average household size was 2.45 while the average family size was 3.10.[13] In the city, the population was spread out with 24.1% under age 18, 9.1% from 18 to 24, 24.4% from 25-44, 26.9% ...
Heaven on Earth. There is a place in India where there are no barriers to morphine. But even here - at the CIPLA Palliative Care Center in the city of Pune - there are challenges.. You dont see the challenges when you walk through the cool courtyard gardens with fountains and manicured walkways, or in the beautiful whitewashed buildings with large airy wards, each named for a flower.. This is heaven on Earth, says Asha Dikshit, whose mother came here last year in the last stages of breast cancer.. She was in agony. Her shoulder had dislocated, it could not be fixed back, says Dikshit. She had pain in the back, and sometimes there were hallucinations.. But she says her mother died - peacefully - on morphine.. Every patient here has cancer, and the care is free. Indian generic drug manufacturer CIPLA supplies the morphine and pays all the other expenses.. But even with all the center offers, the occupancy rate runs at only about 60 percent. One big reason, says director Priya Kulkarni, is ...
12-Dec-12 STATE AGENCY PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION TYPE OF PROPERTY NAME OF BUILDING PHYSICAL ADDRESS CITY COUNTY YEAR PROPERTY ACQUIRED PURPOSE - BUILDING SECTION-TOWNSHIP-RANGE SIZE OF STRUCTURE AND/OR ACRES LIST VALUE % OF PROPERTY BEING UTILIZED YEAR BUILT OCCUPANCY RATE OF THE BUILDING STATE EMPLOYEES AT THIS BUILDING % OCCUPIED BY THE STATE % OF THE BUILDING BEING LEASED OR SUBLEASED USAGE BY STATE: DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY - BUILDING ACRES ACRES USED BY STATE PURPOSE - LAND USAGE BY STATE: DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY - LAND % OR ACRES OF THE LAND BEING LEASED OR SUBLEASED ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,203.50 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL POWEREDGE 2850 $6,055.22 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL POWEREDGE 2850 $5,404.81 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,409.99 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,490.99 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL ...
12-Dec-12 STATE AGENCY PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION TYPE OF PROPERTY NAME OF BUILDING PHYSICAL ADDRESS CITY COUNTY YEAR PROPERTY ACQUIRED PURPOSE - BUILDING SECTION-TOWNSHIP-RANGE SIZE OF STRUCTURE AND/OR ACRES LIST VALUE % OF PROPERTY BEING UTILIZED YEAR BUILT OCCUPANCY RATE OF THE BUILDING STATE EMPLOYEES AT THIS BUILDING % OCCUPIED BY THE STATE % OF THE BUILDING BEING LEASED OR SUBLEASED USAGE BY STATE: DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY - BUILDING ACRES ACRES USED BY STATE PURPOSE - LAND USAGE BY STATE: DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY - LAND % OR ACRES OF THE LAND BEING LEASED OR SUBLEASED ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,203.50 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL POWEREDGE 2850 $6,055.22 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL POWEREDGE 2850 $5,404.81 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,409.99 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $1,490.99 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL OPTIPLEX 780 $989.47 ROSE STATE COLLEGE PERSONAL ...
Our increasingly complex world offers an ever-expanding number of factors to consider when designing. By using networked devices, we can capture signals within our created places and measure everything from lighting power usage to occupancy rates and electrical plug loads.
The number of NHS trusts reporting operational pressures is unprecedented, and bed occupancy levels are unsustainably high. Richard Murray examines the story behind the numbers.
Definition of Hospital bed density: This entry provides the number of hospital beds per 1,000 people; it serves as a general measure of inpatient service availability. Hospital beds include inpatient beds available in public, private, general, and specialized hospitals and rehabilitation centers. In most cases, beds for both acute and chronic care are included. Because the level of inpatient services required for individual countries depends on several factors - such as demographic issues and the burden of disease - there is no global target for the number of hospital beds per country. So, while 2 beds per 1,000 in one country may be sufficient, 2 beds per 1,000 in another may be woefully inadequate because of the number of people hospitalized by disease ...
Bed days are defined as spending one-half or more days in bed because of injury or illness, excluding hospitalization. Among adults with doctor-diagnosed arthritis in 2012, 22.4 million, or 9.5% of the entire adult population experienced bed days. These individuals reported an average of 24.0 bed days in the past 12 months. This is far higher than the 14.5 bed days reported by adults with any medical condition. This resulted in 537.6 million bed days overall, or 53% of the 1 trillion bed days among adults reporting any medical condition. Females and those 75 years and older had higher than average bed days. (Reference Table 4.7 PDF CSV ...
During the half year, rental income grew by 69.9% to $6.710 million (H12018: $3.949 million). This was mainly due to rent reviews, improved occupancy levels, improved turnover rentals on retail space and exchange gains on foreign currency denominated business. Occupancy levels improved by 8.4% to 82.8% (HY2018: 74.4%). Property expenses were up 62.11% for the period, on the back of high maintenance and operating costs. The operating expenditure rose across the board as suppliers pegged their prices to prevailing exchange rates. Net property income rose by 68.49% to $5.365 million (HY 2018: $3.184 million) due to the uplift in rental incomes. Administration expenses rose by 82.13% to $2.470 million from $1.356 million in June 2018…. DIVIDEND ...
If your child needs to be admitted to the hospital for further care or observation, our unit is designed to help to ease the transition from emergency care to an inpatient bed, providing a more comfortable experience for children who need admission.. We provide a full range of ancillary care, including radiology and laboratory services. The Shaw Center also offers support for children who are undergoing outpatient procedures.. Our state-of-the-art facility, dedicated to kids, is designed to lessen the fears that children may experience in an adult health care environment. The Center features three rooms for emergency patients, four inpatient beds and a separate family waiting/play area. Bright murals and stuffed animals help make the Shaw Center a cheerful, comforting place.. Have a question for our staff? Call 301-896-2400.. We are located at Suburban Hospital just off the main entrance at 8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD, 20814. ...
If your child needs to be admitted to the hospital for further care or observation, our unit is designed to help to ease the transition from emergency care to an inpatient bed, providing a more comfortable experience for children who need admission.. We provide a full range of ancillary care, including radiology and laboratory services. The Shaw Center also offers support for children who are undergoing outpatient procedures.. Our state-of-the-art facility, dedicated to kids, is designed to lessen the fears that children may experience in an adult health care environment. The Center features three rooms for emergency patients, four inpatient beds and a separate family waiting/play area. Bright murals and stuffed animals help make the Shaw Center a cheerful, comforting place.. Have a question for our staff? Call 301-896-2400.. We are located at Suburban Hospital just off the main entrance at 8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD, 20814. ...
Several of the interstates in and around Atlanta have a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane on the far left, separated by a double white line and marked with diamonds. These lanes are for vehicles with 2 or more people (including the driver), motorcycles, and clean fuel vehicles (which must be licensed with an alternative fuel license plate). They are in effect 24/7, and there is a hefty fine if youre caught using the HOV lanes when youre not eligible.. The HOV lanes can only be entered or exited where the double white line is dashed, not solid, although this is rarely enforced.. There are a few highway entrances and exits on the left which are only usable if you are eligible for the HOV lanes. (Your satnav may not realize this, but that excuse wont get you out of a ticket.). Atlanta is also experimenting with High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes, which visitors will find less helpful. They are similar to the HOV lanes, but vehicles with 1 or 2 occupants can use the lanes by paying a variable-price ...
In its previous reports the Committee described the infrastructure of the occupied territories in detail. In substance, there has been no significant increase in the number of beds; new services have been created through the redistribution of beds; the bed utilization indices are still low in many hospital units. Although some units have recently inquired sophisticated equipment, the diagnostic equipment is on the whole still antiquated. :The old buildings (Tulkarem, Hebron, Jericho, Nablus) are still experiencing problems with electrical equipment, heating and laundry facilities. In particular, the Committee noted that the old Nablus hospital, which it visited this year, urgently requires improvements. The increase in the day charge for hospital accommodation, when set against the limited number of quality services that the hospitals can provide on account of the present status of their facilities, places the hospitals in the occupied territories in an inferior position to the units of the same ...
Faculty Technology, Policy and Management. Department Systems Engineering. Programme Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management. Date 2012-09-27. Abstract Due to rising costs and an increasing demand for health care services Dutch hospitals are looking for ways to reduce costs while maintaining or increasing the level of patient satisfaction. Reducing variation in bed occupation in common nursing wards could save costs by reducing the amount of required beds and nurse staffing, and increase quality of care by stabilizing the nurse workload. Adjusting current OR schedules offers potential to reduce variation because they have often been developed without explicit consideration for the wards due to the uncertain relationship between them. The main research question is therefor How can the management of Dutch hospitals implement adjustments to the operating room schedule in order to reduce the variability of bed occupancy in the patient wards?. The variability in bed occupation can be ...
My Lords, is the Minister aware that the action that is being taken on the staffing in A&E 1 Feb 1996 : Column 1555. departments, although welcome, does not help the situation regarding beds? Is she further aware that the high prevalence of MRSA in acute hospitals at the moment is not only a risk to individual patients but also to the capacity of those hospitals to deal with their patient workload? Further, is the Minister aware that the intense pressure on bed occupancy at the moment is not only a contributing factor to the prevalence of MRSA, but also the infection exacerbates the problem by lengthening stays and by making it difficult to discharge patients? Is there not mounting evidence that the squeeze on beds has simply gone too far? ...
Another friend was due to have a joint replacement operation on 30 January, was all ready for it, maybe even in hospital for it, when she was told there would be no bed for her after her operation. Which was then postponed to late March. Pardon me, but on what level of bed occupancy does the Health Service run? It was January, when hospitals are often busy with respiratory illnesses, but January comes around every 12 months, and hospitals plan for these things. I know because I worked in the Health Ministry, and we spent much time planning for the winter so that the Minister would not be hit by negative headlines. I have seen no headlines in the UK papers about excessively busy hospitals or flu epidemics (other than those poor turkeys). In some parts of the country hospitals are few and far between, and what would they do if a coach crash were to happen on their doorstep? It would be interesting to know how many operations and procedures are cancelled because there are no beds - maybe 1000 per ...
Goodacre S, Campbell M. Lowering bed occupancy - a life-saving intervention? Emerg Med J 2016;33:84.. Goodacre S. Uncontrolled before-after studies: discouraged by Cochrane and the EMJ. Emerg Med J 2015;32:507-508.. Goodacre S, Thokala P, The economics of cardiac biomarker testing in suspected myocardial infarction, Clin Biochem 2015;48:213-217.. Goodacre S, Campbel M, Carter A. What do hospital mortality rates tell us about quality of care? Emerg Med J 2015;32:244-247. Goodacre S, Nelson-Piercy C, Hunt B, Chan W-S. When should we use diagnostic imaging to investigate for pulmonary embolism in pregnant and postpartum women? Emerg Med J 2015;32:78-82.. Trial registration: must take place before or at the onset of enrolment. Emerg Med J 31(3):176.. Goodacre S. Cost Utility of Rapid Polymerase Chain Reaction-Based Influenza Testing: What Should a Clinician Make of This Analysis? Ann Emerg Med 2013;62:89-90.. Goodacre S, Walter D Research in an influenza pandemic. Emerg Med J 2013;30:349.Goodacre S. ...
The Cardiovascular Unit (2C) at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre provides inpatient care mostly to patients who have had a cardiac event, who require further tests and observation, who have had or are preparing for surgery, and/or who are recovering from surgery. The unit is also equipped to accept other inpatients as needed to maximize bed use within the Health Sciences Centre. The Cardiovascular Unit contains 36 inpatient beds, plus has an additional six-bed PCI (angioplasty) recovery unit.
Effective this week, Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) has started to slowly resume elective surgeries and procedures that were stopped mid-March when hospitals were directed to stop non-urgent procedures as part of a preparative response to the COVID-19 pandemic.. Following government approval received this week, MAHC is cautiously beginning the first phase of a measured return-to-service plan, adhering to strict criteria established by the province that includes an appropriate supply of protective equipment, medication, staff and community services to care for recovering patients, as well as appropriate inpatient bed capacity and a manageable number of COVID-19 cases in the region and in the hospitals. Patients awaiting surgery will be contacted by their physicians office to be advised of their procedure date.. Ramping up under a new normal with strict requirements is very complex in two aging buildings with little flexibility for additional space needs for separation, says CEO Natalie ...
U.K. self-storage firm Big Yellow reported a 12 percent increase in its half-year adjusted pre-tax profit. Profit rose to £7.7 million in the six months ended Sept. 30 compared to £6.9 million the year before, due to increased occupancy levels. Loss before taxation decreased to £3.4 million from £54.3 million in the year prior. Revenue for the period slipped 3 percent to £29.2 million.. We are experiencing the usual seasonal slowdown in trading; however, our cautious optimism at the time we last reported that the business was at least stabilizing appears to have been broadly well-founded, said Chairman Nicholas Vetch. We expect the improvement in the economy to be slow and patchy, and the performance of this business will reflect that.. To preserve cash, the Big Yellow Board of Directors is continuing with the suspension of the interim dividend payment.. Source: ShareCast, Big Yellow reports bigger H1 profits. Related Articles:. Big Yellow Acquires Armadillo Self Storage. Big Yellow ...
Letterkenny University Hospital has moved to clarify that while the vacant Short Stay Ward is currently being used to house required services, its on a temporary basis.. The Radiology Rebuild Project began in October 2017 and in order to facilitate the project some staff and other accommodation had to be relocated.. Hospital Management have stated that should additional funding become available to open additional in-patient beds, they will immediately relocate from the Short Stay Ward.. Donegal Senator Padraig Mac Lochlainn is satisfied with the response but stressed there is no excuse for the Government not to grant the funding:. ...
2.9.i. Review the care of all people in learning disability or autism inpatient beds and agree a personal care plan for each individual based around their and their families needs and agreed outcomes, supported by the joint NHS England/LGA Improvement programme and through NHS England, local health and care commissioners ...
List of hospitals in England "Bed Availability and Occupancy Data - Overnight". NHS England. Retrieved 8 March 2019. CS1 maint ... The clinic has a 22-bed inpatient ward containing 22 individual en-suite rooms. It has a number of on-site diagnostic imaging ... Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital (BNHH) is a 450-bed National Health Service (NHS) hospital in Basingstoke, Hampshire, ...
Due to high hospital bed occupancy, that expansion was launched in 2011. The hospital expansion was built at the site of the ... The six-floor, 110,000-square-foot (10,000 m2) Psychiatric Research Institute facility, a 40-bed facility built adjacent to the ... to host new academic and research facilities The 10-floor new hospital expansion includes 332 adult beds and 64 neonatal beds. ...
The 34-bed short-term residential unit maintains a high occupancy rate. The 12-bed medically supported detoxification unit ...
In 2016, the mall was at full occupancy. In 2017 the mall's JCPenney store closed. In October 2019, Bed Bath & Beyond announced ... which has become saddled with debt and whose occupancy dropped to 82% with the departures of Lord & Taylor, JCPenney, and Bed ... "Bed Bath & Beyond in Palisades Mall Closing in June: Report". Rockland Report. Haverstraw, New York. October 28, 2019. Archived ... Tyko, Kelly; Clark, Heather (July 9, 2020). "Palisades Center Bed Bath & Beyond closed, company plans to close 200 stores". USA ...
For several years the hospital exceeded the 200-bed occupancy for its average daily census. In April 2000, the Third Floor ... requested for an increase in the bed capacity of the West Visayas State University Hospital from 150 beds to 300 beds. This ... The average occupancy rate of the hospital for year 2000 was 122% of the authorized 150 beds. In the middle of January 2001, ... These expansion will bring to a total of 88 beds for pay patients and more than 200 for charity patients (Charity - Medicine - ...
Certificates were issued to 1,285 sites with total occupancy (beds) of 14,442. There were 799 sites in 100 percent compliance ... and regulatory post-occupancy inspections for camps who have not met regulations during pre-occupancy inspections. In 2006, ... 9) Each worker must be provided with a mattress and cover that is in good repair, as well as a bed, cot, or bunk. Storage ... Specifically, the new law reads, "Each migrant shall be provided with a bed that shall include a mattress in good repair with a ...
There is also a 99-bed single-occupancy disciplinary segregation unit and an 8-bed infirmary. Medical care is provided to all ... It has 19 separate general population housing units with 596 dormitory beds and 897 confined cell beds. ... The Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution is a 1600-bed facility located in Pendleton, Oregon. ...
Holly Pointe Commons is a 1,415 bed housing complex consisting of single, double, and triple occupancy bedrooms. It also ... It features 456 beds of student housing in 110 4-bedroom apartments and 10 2-bedroom apartments. Through an agreement between ... The health care company broke ground May 24, 2017 on a 204-bed, 467,000-square-foot facility that is expected to open in ... Edgewood Park Apartments is a complex of four identical buildings, each with three floors and 24 quad-occupancy apartments, ...
The Inn underwent a 120-bed expansion in 1985, such that the hotel spans Palmer Square East. The hotel has 188 guest rooms, and ... Its close proximity to Princeton University helps to maintain high occupancy rates at the inn. The hotel allows pets, with a ...
On average, 17,850 in patients are admitted every year, leading to a bed occupancy ratio of 62.5 percent. 6,832 babies are born ... The hospital had a bed capacity of 274, as of December 2019. At that time, patient user fees accounted for 83.3 percent of the ...
Today there is a hospital in the town with 91 beds and an occupancy rate of 70%-90%. As of 2007 there were two doctors ...
At that time, it admitted 3,553 inpatients, annually on average, with a bed occupancy ratio of 56.3 percent. There were 573 ... The original planned capacity was 100 in-patient beds. Among the challenges that Lwala Hospital faces are the following: 1. ...
It may have side rooms for utilities and perhaps one or two side rooms that can be used for patient occupancy when patient ... Nightingale wards contain about 24 to 34 beds, usually arranged along the sides of the ward. Modern wards tend to separate ... A Nightingale ward is a type of hospital ward that contains one large room without subdivisions for patient occupancy. ... patients into bays, each usually containing 4 to 6 beds. Observation of patients by nursing staff tends to be easier in a ...
As of 2009 the hospital has 427 licensed beds and a maximum capacity of 647 beds. It also has a total of 2,500,000 square feet ... As of July 2010, the tenant space in the Memorial City complex had an occupancy rate of 65-70%. On July 9, 2010 the hospital ... As of 2007 it had 527 beds and cares for over 25,000 patients per year. In July 2006 the hospital system and MetroNational Corp ...
... bed and breakfast only), half-board (bed, breakfast and dinner only) or full-board (bed, breakfast, lunch and dinner). ... Single room occupancy (SRO) buildings rent individual rooms to residents, and have a shared bathroom; some may have a shared ... Flophouse beds may offer dormitory-style space for as little as one night at a time. A lodging house, also known in the United ... Bed and breakfast accommodation (B&B), which exists in many countries in the world (e.g. the UK, the United States, Canada, and ...
By this time, however, tourist growth had stalled with hotel bed occupancy in the territory at under 30% in 1993. Tourism ...
It is a 1,450-bed hospital which supports a daily patient volume of about 3,000 outpatients with 95 percent inpatient occupancy ... Total beds: 1450 Total intensive care beds: 210 Total inpatients in 2010: 54,800 Total outpatients in 2010: 6,15,000 Total ... Foundation stone for a second medical school and 2,000 bed hospital campus in Delhi National capital region was laid on May 9, ... 210 equipped intensive-care beds, a fully computerised and networked Hospital Information System (HIS), a fully digital ...
The 14-story, 367-bed hospital had 78 physicians on the medical staff and enough staff to care for an 85 percent occupancy rate ... Dallas had six hospital beds per 1000 people, while eight cities of comparable size averaged just over 9.1 beds per 1000 people ...
The two care facilities closed down for refurbishment in 2010 leaving just the 20-bed brain injury rehabilitation centre. ... providing nursing and social care in a selection of differing rooms for single occupancy. As well as bright airy rooms, a large ...
A coal bunker, bed recess and sink are provided to every tenement. The attic floor is entirely open for clothes drying in wet ... but in 1893 this one was designed for single occupancy. Pilgrim Street had been an important medieval street, but the south ... There are to be 50 tenements, each possessing from 226 square feet to 236 square feet, this area being exclusive of bed recess ...
The department had historically funded events center operations shortfalls from the City's hotel/motel occupancy tax, but the ... "Summary of Palmer Auditorium Operating Losses and Bed Tax Underwriting 1982-1995". Friends of the Parks of Austin. Retrieved ... The booming revenue stream from the City's hotel-motel occupancy taxes, the historical source for funding event center ... waterfall freed the bed tax revenue for other purposes. With much of their windfall, the department created a "Gainsharing ...
The current bed capacity in the 6th of October branch (West of Cairo) is 209 beds with average occupancy rates of 75% in the ... 1.82% 6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH 137 Regular Room Beds 55 Critical Care Beds 17 Special Units Nasr City Branch 143 Regular Room Beds ... The bed capacity in Nasr City branch (east of Cairo) is 180 beds. For more than 20 years, Cleveland Clinic foundation (CCF) has ... All rooms are equipped with electric tilt beds to provide comfort for patients in all disciplines. Similarly, bedrooms and ...
The hospital provides up to 600 surgical and general medical treatment beds. It has twelve operating theatres (one specialised ... In 2007, North Shore Hospital repeatedly reported 100% occupancy rates and difficulties in finding enough staff. This is ... and increase inpatient bed capacity. Waitemata DHB has since made improvements against the NZ Ministry of Health's Shorter ... in obstetric care), an emergency department, a 50-bed Assessment and Diagnostic Unit, an intensive care centre, an Elective ...
Stage 3 will be followed by subsequent stages in what will ultimately be an aggregate of 5,000 student beds on campus. " ... the first two stages have been completed and is expected that the University will be delivering Stage 3 on campus for occupancy ... The project will consist of approximately 1,000 beds and have a mixed configuration of room numbers with associated common ...
Phase III of the project, which opened in August 2010, added 448 beds divided between four new residence buildings, bringing ... with total student housing occupancy approaching nearly 750 residents. ... total occupancy to more than 1,200 students. Another student community center, The Clubhouse, a larger version of the existing ...
The main mansion house was converted into a 60 bed conference and hospitality venue for Style by Wiltshier Construction ... following an article in the London Evening Standard exposing the low occupancy and high operating loss. The Mansion and 35 ... 1990s the farm site and a further 140 acres were acquired from Mr John Carnell and this was redeveloped to form the 150 bed ...
Seven of the houses have been externally renovated to be sold as single occupancy homes. Number seven is known as the 'Museum ... featuring trundle beds for children such as Livingstone would have used. The David Livingstone Centre is 18 miles by road from ... beds, remnants of wallpaper and linoleum. Mantilla Row, built c1795 - a tenement block demolished when it became structurally ...
... bed occupancy increased from 6,783 in 1976 to 7,371 in 1980 and entrance fees paid increased from 14,733 entrants to 18,967 for ...
... twin occupancy). 24 additional guests may be accommodated in convertible sofa or upper Pullman beds. Elevator: Yes ...
The ten beds at Poltair Hospital were closed in 2014. The local campaign group West Cornwall HealthWatch says the "service is ... "They are running at dangerously high 95 per cent occupancy levels, are unable to accept patients from the acute sector who need ... "No replacement for Poltair beds six months after closure". The Cornishman. 25 November 2014. Retrieved 25 November 2014. " ... re-enablement, and are unable to discharge patients due to a lack of nursing home beds and care-at-home services." A Care ...
In 1999, there were 2,100 hotel rooms with 3,720 beds and a 53% occupancy rate. 843,314 visitors arrived in Botswana that year ...
Occupancy-abundance relationship. *Population viability analysis. *Priority effect. *Rapoport's rule. *Relative abundance ... Stream bed. *Stream pool. *Trophic state index. *Upland and lowland. *Water garden ...
BedEdit. Over 47 species have been identified in pillows.[52]. FloodingEdit. Flooding in houses causes a unique opportunity for ... Adverse respiratory health effects are associated with occupancy in buildings with moisture and mold damage.[43] ... Woodcock, AA; Steel, N; Moore, CB; Howard, SJ; Custovic, A; Denning, DW (January 2006). "Fungal contamination of bedding". ...
... occupancy extended into the early 13th century.[42] The North San Juan pueblo site was added to the National Register of ...
... with a large number of beds for intensive care and additional beds for patients who need long-term care. Specialized hospitals ... In the United States, occupancy rates dropped from 77% in 1980 to 60% in 2013.[36] US hospital-based healthcare systems ... It has 3000 beds (more than 20 times the average American hospital) and in pediatric heart surgery alone, it performs 3000 ... The Uniklinikum Aachen in Germany is the largest hospital in the world, count in a single building, with over 1200 beds. ...
Reed beds are a common form of lakeside ecotone. The beds tend to accumulate organic matter which is then colonised by trees, ... Occupancy-abundance relationship. *Population viability analysis. *Priority effect. *Rapoport's rule. *Relative abundance ...
Aquatic habitats, such as exotic Hydrilla beds, support a similarly rich fauna of macroinvertebrates to a more varied habitat, ... Occupancy-abundance relationship. *Population viability analysis. *Priority effect. *Rapoport's rule. *Relative abundance ... Marine habitats include brackish water, estuaries, bays, the open sea, the intertidal zone, the sea bed, reefs and deep / ... and seagrass beds, all supporting their own flora and fauna. The benthic zone or seabed provides a home for both static ...
This preventative may consist of a double layer of thick slates bedded in cement, or of patent perforated stone-ware blocks or ... Human occupancy adds a significant amount of humidity to the indoor environment. Personal activity as basic as breathing and ... For example, a flower bed next to an affected wall might result in soil being piled up against the wall above the level of the ... There are strategies to prevent water infiltration due to humidity into structures, as well as ways to treat human occupancy ...
These lakes are commonly clear water lakes and ponds with beds of submerged aquatic plants and medium levels of nutrients. ... Occupancy-abundance relationship. *Population viability analysis. *Priority effect. *Rapoport's rule. *Relative abundance ...
Much more commonly, however, drug occupancy at a purported site of action can be inferred indirectly by competition studies ... engineering analysis tool based on PET that is able to track single particles in 3D within mixing systems or fluidised beds. ...
The remodelling was completed ahead of schedule and within budget in autumn 2001 (for outpatient use), first bed occupancy in ... There is capacity for 16 beds per floor, with two eight-bed wards on each floor. A new education centre will be located on ... 25 bed-intensive care unit (one of the largest in Europe)[citation needed] ... The hospital (which provides over 20 percent of the acute-care beds in Northern Ireland and treats half a million patients a ...
... lying on a bed: and Jesus seeing their faith said unto the sick of the palsy; Son, be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee. ... the list below is arranged by date of her occupancy):[134] ...
Two hospital beds are available in addition to a dental clinic. Through a partnership with the Chilean Antarctic Institute and ... Hostel: There is a small hostel capable of holding a maximum occupancy of 20 guests. ...
In 2007, it was reported that four out of five rooms had bed bugs, cockroaches, and fire code violations.[13] Even at their ... A population that is frequently studied is tenants of single room occupancy (SRO) hotels in the greater DTES area. According to ... Paul's Hospital.[154] In response to a recommendation that the province add 300 new long-term health care beds for the most ... provincial Health Minister Terry Lake said that more research was needed to determine whether these beds were urgently needed.[ ...
At a closer look, the number of hospital beds that Bihar includes in each government-run hospital actually decreased between ... to mobilise peasant grievances against the zamindari attacks on their occupancy rights. The movement intensified and spread ... 2008 and 2015, compared to the consistently increasing number of hospital beds in government-run Kerala hospitals.[96] Given ...
Perrais D, Ropert N (January 1999). "Effect of zolpidem on miniature IPSCs and occupancy of postsynaptic GABAA receptors in ... "I simply do not remember getting out of bed, being pulled over by the police, or being cited for three driving infractions," ...
They also express concerns that analysis of actual police reports and raw data associated with occupancies actually show ... which is of utmost concern because of the tent and bedding materials. ...
Although it proved to be unfeasible in the short term, the track bed will be kept free of development as the study showed that ... This a building that has seen several changes of occupancy. In recent times, it has been offices for the Derbyshire Stone ...
... as areas such as the Great Hall enforced the custom of dining and meetings and the Solar intended for shared sleeping beds.[8] ...
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  • Number of inpatient beds available in public, private, general, and specialized hospitals and rehabilitation centers. (reportlinker.com)
  • considering this high level of demand for inpatient beds, even a 1% increase in occupancy can lead to significant delays. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • The demand for inpatient beds often exceeds 100% capacity during the late morning and early afternoon hours on weekdays. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • The variability in bed occupation can be seen over years, weeks and days. (tudelft.nl)
  • The occupancy rate of 107% mentioned by the government - rate which also varies greatly between regions and reaches nearly 150% in Hauts-de-France - is actually based on the number of patients in "critical care" in relation to the resuscitation bed capacity strictly speaking available before the crisis, that is to say in 2019. (goodwordnews.com)
  • With more than 5,300 patients with Covid-19 in "critical care" in France and 5,080 intensive care beds in 2019, we therefore obtain the occupancy rate of more than 100% posted on official websites. (goodwordnews.com)
  • ANNAPOLIS, MD. - Seniors housing occupancy increased to 88 percent in the third quarter of 2019 from its lowest level in eight years (87.7 percent) recorded during the previous quarter, according to data from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC). (rebusinessonline.com)
  • The occupancy rate for independent living increased to 90.2 percent in the third quarter, 10 basis points higher than year-earlier levels, but below its rate earlier in 2019. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • The congressman warned that the average occupancy rate of intensive care centers nationwide is 40%, but that in some states it has already reached 100% of its capacity to care for those infected. (pvenezuela.com)
  • The official indicator of the occupancy rate of intensive care beds exceeds 100% at the national level. (goodwordnews.com)
  • Nonfederal, acute care hospitals with critical care medicine beds in the United States. (nih.gov)
  • Between 2000 and 2005, the total number of U.S. hospitals with critical care medicine beds decreased by 12.2% (from 3,586 to 3,150). (nih.gov)
  • As Figure 1 shows, the NHS did indeed achieve occupancy rates below 85 per cent, but only on 23-25 December when bed occupancy often falls as hospitals discharge as many patients as they can for Christmas. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • The main research question is therefor 'How can the management of Dutch hospitals implement adjustments to the operating room schedule in order to reduce the variability of bed occupancy in the patient wards? (tudelft.nl)
  • There are no significant differences in terms of waiting lists and occupancy rates when the number of beds in larger hospitals increases. (usc.es)
  • Greater capacity in terms of more beds is associated with shorter waiting times for medium size hospitals. (usc.es)
  • However, if this figure were calculated by comparing the number of patients with Covid-19 hospitalized in intensive care to the number of beds available in intensive care, it would be around 50% nationwide - with regional disparities (58.4% in Ile-de-France against 32.6% in Corsica for example, according to a graph produced by The Parisian ). (goodwordnews.com)
  • Before the health crisis linked to Covid-19, "the average occupancy rate of an intensive care unit was already on average 90%", also specifies the DGOS. (goodwordnews.com)
  • The majority (90%) of critical care medicine beds were classified as intensive care, premature/neonatal, and coronary care unit beds. (nih.gov)
  • Current literature has a low rate of implementation because the influence of stakeholders is often disregarded, and rarely sees the MSS as a tool to level ward occupancies. (tudelft.nl)
  • In an open ward at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital city, Kampala, an elderly woman named Joyce lies in the fifth bed on the left. (pbs.org)
  • Average number of days when hospital bed was occupied as percent of available 365 days. (reportlinker.com)
  • Although the number of hospital beds decreased by 4.2% (from 655,785 to 628,409), both hospital days and occupancy rates increased by 5.1% (from 145.1 to 152.5 million) and 13.7% (from 59% to 67%), respectively. (nih.gov)
  • Of the 31 metropolitan markets that comprise NIC's Primary Markets, San Jose (95.5 percent) and Minneapolis (91.3 percent) experienced the highest occupancy rates in the third quarter. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • Las Vegas (82.3 percent) and Houston (81.5 percent) recorded the lowest occupancy rates. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • Not least of these was a stop to inpatient elective work with the aim of bringing bed occupancy rates down to 85 per cent. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • The NHS entered the Winter period with bed occupancy rates already high by historic standards given that they were already at 87.5 per cent in the normally 'quiet' second quarter of 2016/17 . (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • As a consequence it should come as no surprise that early January was an exceptionally difficult time as occupancy rates rose quickly above the 95 per cent mark, although they do appear to have eased somewhat since then. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • For each 24- hour period, the numbers of elective surgical admissions and hospital occupancy were measured, since these could not be measured in 8-hour time intervals. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • NIC data also show that assisted living occupancy increased to 85.4 percent in the third quarter, from a previous record low of 85.1 percent for the past three quarters, as relatively robust demand outpaced new inventory growth. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • The data suggest strong consumer demand for assisted living and independent living, which supported the overall increase in the national occupancy rate that we've experienced," says Beth Burnham Mace, NIC's chief economist. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • QS + CARE™ is a real-time bed occupancy and movement activity monitor with health data tracking. (emfitqs.com)
  • QS+CARE provides real-time bed occupancy data and alerts to help reduce falls. (emfitqs.com)
  • Nor do beds lost to norovirus seem to be a key driver: at a national level numbers are up a little, but are (generally) holding below 1 per cent of overall beds. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • The object of discussion is To calculate a new flexible hospital production function by means of a Generalized Additive Model including interactions and to compare it with the classic models Cobb-Douglas and Translog in the prediction of the behavior of productive factors and to study how the number of beds in the hospital affects the hospital activity, the length of stays and, consequently, the waiting list. (usc.es)
  • San Antonio experienced the largest occupancy increase from a year ago, rising from 80.2 percent to 84.6 percent. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • When user is in bed only for sleeping at night and not for resting during day time. (emfitqs.com)
  • Experimentation has shown the method is able to identify a potential reduction in peak occupation by several beds for both the neurosurgery- and common surgery cluster in Isala. (tudelft.nl)
  • ED Length of Stay: Roles of Occupancy & Admissions On all three shifts, LOS increased by about 1 minute for each additional 1% increase in hospital occupancy. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • In previous research, studies have documented significant links between length of stay (LOS) over 24-hour periods and hospital occupancy, the number of ED admissions, and other factors. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • Reducing variation in bed occupation in common nursing wards could save costs by reducing the amount of required beds and nurse staffing, and increase quality of care by stabilizing the nurse workload. (tudelft.nl)
  • However, according to the figures transmitted to the Parisian by the Directorate-General for the provision of care (DGOS), 7,906 resuscitation beds were "armed" on March 30 - nearly 2,500 more than in normal times. (goodwordnews.com)
  • San Jose retains the distinction of having the highest occupancy rate of any major market in the country, as significant barriers to entry constrain development," says Chuck Harry, NIC's head of research and analytics. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • Houston, on the other hand, places fewer restrictions on development, which is pressuring occupancy. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • San Jose retains the highest occupancy rate of any major seniors housing market in the United States. (rebusinessonline.com)
  • Enabling caregivers to track the bed routines and sleep habits of the elderly is especially useful when the individual is living independently or unsupervised. (emfitqs.com)
  • Controlling bed exits can help prevent falls and wandering. (emfitqs.com)