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Statistics Test 2

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Section 1

Question Answer
1Determine the length of say for a patient admitted on 6/25 and discharged on 6/25
WORLD HEALTH ORG MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIONUMBER OF MATERNAL DEATHS X 100,000
NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS
CASE FATALITY RATENUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO DIE OF A DISEASE IN A SPECIFIED PERIOD X 100
NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE THE DISEASE
23The number of discharge days for a patient admitted January 23 to February 15 is?
9Determine the length of stay for a patient admitted on 6/25 and discharged on 7/4 of the same year
37Determine the length of stay for a patient admitted on 6/25 and discharged on 8/1 of the same year
NEWBORN BASSINET OCCUPANCY RATETOTAL NEWBORN INPATIENT SERVICE DAYS FOR A PERIOD X 100
TOTAL NEWBORN BASSINET COUNT X NUMBER OF DAYS IN THE PERIOD
POST OPERATIVE DEATH RATETOTAL NUMBER OF DEATHS (WITHIN 10 DAYS AFTER SURGERY) X 100
TOTAL NUMBER OF PATIENTS WHO WERE OPERATED ON
GROSS (HOSPITAL) DEATH RATENUMBER OF INPATIENT DEATHS (INCLUDING NEWBORN) IN A PERIOD X 100
NUMBER OF DISCHARGES (A/C & NB) IN TH SAME PERIOD
133Determine the length of stay for a patient admitted on 3/1 and discharged on 7/12 of the same year
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Section 2

Question Answer
The 15-bed Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Memorial Hospital had 400 inpatient service days during March. What is the percentage of occupancy?86.0%
Community Hospital, a 120 bed facility, reported that in March there were 545 discharges. Using the direct formula, what was the bed turnover rate for March?4.5
On February 12th, a fire occurred at a local dry cleaning plant and the inpatient service days for the local hospital (120 beds) was reported to be 130. What is the bed occupancy rate for February 12th?108.3%
What is the bed occupancy rate for the 15-bassinet Children’s Hospital NICU during March if the inpatient service days was 400?86.0%
During January through June, (non-leap year) a 50-bed hospital had 9,001 inpatient service days. What is the percentage of occupancy?99.5%
On October 1st, a hurricane hit a small coastal community, which has a community hospital licensed for 50 beds. Hospital staff set up 10 additional beds around the facility and used three labor room beds and two treatment room beds in order to help take care of patients. Which of the following would be the denominator used to determine the percentage of occupancy for October 1st?50
During the period July through December a hospital added 25 beds making its total bed count 75. During July–December there were 12,765 inpatient service days. What is the percentage of occupancy for July–December?92.5%
The number of discharge days for a patient admitted January 23 to February 15 is _____.23
A physician on your staff performed 44 cardiac catheterizations last month. 34 were male. What is the ratio of males to females who had cardiac catheterizations? What is the proportion? Round to one decimal placeRatio: 34:44 = 17:22, Proportion: 34 / (34 + 10) = 0.8
During January through June (non-leap year) a 50 bed hospital had 9,001 inpatient service days. During the period July through December the same hospital as above added 25 beds making its total bed count 75. During July–December there were 12,765 inpatient service days. What is the percentage of occupancy for January–December?95.3%
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Section 3

Question Answer
Certificate of needA state-directed program that requires healthcare facilities to submit detailed plans and justifications for the purchase of new equipment, new buildings, or new service offerings that cost in excess of a certain amount
Newborn bassinet count dayA unit of measure that denotes the presence of one newborn bassinet, either occupied or vacant, set up and staffed for use in one 24-hour period
Observation patientA patient who presents with a medical condition with a significant degree of instability and disability and who needs to be monitored, evaluated, and assessed to determine whether he or she should be admitted for inpatient care or discharged for care in another setting
Bed capacityThe number of beds that a facility has been designed and constructed to house
Bed count/Inpatient bed countThe number of available hospital inpatient beds
Bed turnover rateThe average number of times a bed changes occupants during a given period of time
Total bed count daysThe sum of inpatient bed count days for each of the days in a period
Bed occupancy ratioPercent of occupancy, percentage of occupancy, occupancy ratio
Newborn bassinet countThe number of available newborn bassinets
Bed Count DayA unit of measure denoting the presence of one inpatient bed set up and staffed for one 24-hour period
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Section 4

Question Answer
MS-DRGPayment groups designed for the Medicare population that recognize severity of illness, resource use, and patient complexity
Utilization ManagementA program that evaluates the healthcare facility’s efficiency in providing necessary care to patients in the most effective manner
Length of stayThe total number of patient days for an inpatient episode, calculated by subtracting the date of admission from the date of discharge
Total length of stayThe sum of the days of stay of any group of inpatients discharged during a specific period of time; also called discharge days
Military timeTime measured in hours numbered to 24 (as 0100 or 2300) from one midnight to the next
Leave of absenceThe authorized absence of an inpatient from a hospital or other facility for a specified period of time occurring after admission and prior to discharge
Admission dateThe year, month, and day of inpatient admission, beginning with a hospital’s formal acceptance of a patient who is to receive healthcare services while receiving room, board, and continuous nursing services
Discharge dateThe year, month, and day that an inpatient was formally released from the hospital and room, board, and continuous nursing services were terminated
Average length of stayThe mean length of stay for hospital inpatients discharged during a given period of time
Leave of absence dayA day occurring after the admission and prior to the discharge of a hospital inpatient when the patient is not present at the census-taking hour because he or she is on leave of absence from the healthcare facility
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Section 5

Question Answer
ComplicationA medical condition that arises during an inpatient hospitalization
PostpartumOccurring after childbirth
Newborn death rateThe number of newborns who died divided by the total number of newborns, both alive and dead
Perinatal deathAn all inclusive term that refers to both stillbirths and neonatal deaths
Net death rateThe total number of inpatient deaths minus the number of deaths that occurred less than 48 hours after admission for a given time period divided by the total number of inpatient discharges minus the number of deaths that occurred less than 48 hours after admission for the same time period
Gross death rateThe number of inpatient deaths that occurred during a given time period divided by the total number of inpatient discharges, including deaths, for the same time period
NewbornAn inpatient who was born in a hospital at the beginning of the current inpatient hospitalization
Postoperative death rateThe ratio of deaths within 10 days after surgery to the total number of operations performed during a specified period of time
MortalityA term referring to the incidence of death in a specific population
Early fetal deathThe death of a product of human conception that is fewer than 20 weeks of gestation and 500 grams or less in weight before its complete expulsion or extraction from the mother
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Section 6

Question Answer
BED TURNOVER RATE - DIRECTNUMBER OF DISCHARGES (INCLUDING DEATHS) FOR THE PERIOD
AVERAGE BED COUNT FOR THE PERIOD
MATERNAL DEATH RATENUMBER OF DIRECT MATERNAL DEATHS FOR A PERIOD X 100
NUMBER OF OBSTETRICAL DISCHARGES (INCLUDING DEATHS) FOR THE PERIOD
BED OCCUPANCY RATIOTOTAL INPATIENT SERVICE DAYS IN A PERIOD X 100
TOTAL BED COUNT DAYS IN A PERIOD
NET DEATH RATETOTAL NUMBER OF INPATIENT DEATHS (INCLUDING NB) MINUS DEATHS < 48 HOURS FOR A GIVEN PERIOD
TOTAL NUMBER OF DISCHARGES (INCLUDING NB DEATHS) MINUS DEATHS < 48 HOURS FOR THE SAME PERIOD
CANCER MORTALITY RATENUMBER OF CANCER DEATHS DURING A PERIOS X 100,000
TOTAL NUMBER IN POPULATION AT RISK
BED TURNOVER RATE - INDIRECTOCCUPANCY RATE X NUMBER OF DAYS IN THE PERIOD
AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY
FETAL DEATH RATETOTAL NUMBER OF INTERMEDIATE AND LATE FETAL DEATHS FOR A PERIOD X 100
TOTAL NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS + INTERMEDIATE AND LATE FETAL DEATHS FOR THE PERIOD
AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAYTOTAL LENGTH OF STAY (DISCHARGE DAYS)
TOTAL DISCHARGES (INCLUDING DEATHS)
AVERAGE NEWBORN LENGTH OF STAYTOTAL NEWBORN DISCHARGE DAYS)
TOTAL NEWBORN DISCHARGES (INCLUDING DEATHS)
NEWBORN MORTALITY RATETOTAL NUMBER OF NEWBORN DEATHS FOR A PERIOD X 100
TOTAL NUMBER OF NEWBORN DISCHARGES INCLUDING DEATHS FOR A PERIOD
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