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SPH AMBULANCE VISITS by CTAS Total Volume 200211894 200312788 2004-514749
SPH INPATIENT ADMITS BY CTAS Total Volume 20026794 20037414 2004-58292
SPH TOTAL VOLUME BY CTAS Total Volume 200246505 200349632 2004-557010
SPH LWBS by CTAS Level Total LWBSPercent 200210232.2% 200313272.7% 2004-514302.5%
SPH Percent Volume Change Corporate Year over Year
SPH Admission Rates by CTAS Level (admits/total per category)
% patients never getting to an acute side bed during ED care SPH Total Volumes with only Waiting Room care 20022401 20033104 2004-54990
% patients with immediate acute bed placement on ED Arrival SPH Total Volumes to Acute Area 200217154 200318595 2004-522113
MSJ Volumes by CTAS Total Volume 2003-413969 2004-515598 2005-6 (projected) 17148
MSJ Admission by CTAS Total Volume 2003-42374 2004-52613
MSJ LWBS by CTAS Total Volumes 2003-4177 2004-5120
MSJ 2004-05 Initial Bed Placement
MSJ Annualized Volumes Calendar 2004-2005
2004-5 Volumes by Day of Week Total Volumes MSJ15598 SPH57010
2004-5 Volumes by Hour of the Day Total Volumes MSJSPH HOUR 8 – 15 (N) 9829 HOUR 8 – 16 (N) 23798 15 - 21576416 - 2421948 OTHER324 -811264 TOTAL15596TOTAL57010
SPH Monthly Volumes
Percent Admitted from ER to Unit within 10 hours
Average Consult to TAC by Program
Average TAC to Transfer by Program
Percent of ER Total Time by Key Time Points
SPH 2004-5 Housestaff Volumes* Only those patients who have a resident/student sign up in SCM included. R3s not separated out. % OF TOTAL CTAS 114.5% CTAS 215.2% CTAS 318.4% CTAS 414.8% CTAS 514.3%
Time to Physician SPH 2004-5 CTASPATIENTS* (N) MEDIAN (MIN) 90%ILE (MIN) 1271838.5 257552262 3171432974 4211724088 588104190 UNKNOWN 2142874.5 TOTAL533653482 *time seen completed
MEDIAN TIME TO MD 2004-5 Total Median Time MSJ*36 min SPH34 min *MSJ data from Oct 18/2004 onwards
90%ile TIME TO MD 2004-5 Total 90%ile Time (Min) MSJ*82 min SPH82 min *MSJ data from Oct 18/2004 onwards
SPH Visit Reason* 2004-5 *See following figure for explanation of code. Codes are CEDIS based.
SPH 2004-5: Total Volume by MD* *LWBS not included
SPH 2004-5: Volumes by MD CTAS 4 – 5* *LWBS not included
Unadjusted Patients/Shift by MD SPH 2004-5 X = 17.6, SD = 1.6
Percentage Fast Track by MD SPH 2004-5
Adjusted Patients/Shift Score by MD SPH 2004-5 X = 26.1, SD = 2.6
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