2 edition of Measuring hospital output found in the catalog.
Measuring hospital output
P. M. Tatchell
Bibliography: p. 47-56.
|Series||Technical paper / Health Research Project, Australian National University -- 2, Technical paper (Australian National University. Health Research Project) -- 2|
|LC Classifications||RA992A1 T38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 p. --|
|Number of Pages||56|
Get this from a library! Florence Nightingale: measuring hospital care outcomes: excerpts from the books Notes on matters affecting the health, efficiency, and hospital administration of the British Army founded chiefly on the experience of the late war, and Notes on hospitals. [Florence Nightingale; Mary O'Neil Mundinger; Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.]. measuring hospital MFP. Method 1 derives outputs and inputs from hospital revenues and expenses, respectively. These dollar amounts are deflated by appropriate output and input price indexes to obtain implied quantities of outputs and inputs, which are required to calculate MFP. The second method gen.
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REDEFINED THE OUTPUT INDICATORS. Measuring hospital performance indicators are based on high income countries; however, these indicators are quite different in developing countries due to at least two distinct reasons: a) in the high income countries where the patients do not pay directly for their care due to provision of social insurance Cited by: 3.
Measuring Outputs in Hospitals Roemer, Milton, Moustafa, A. R., and Hopkins, Carl E. () A proposed hospital quality index: hospital death rates adjusted for case severity.
Health Services Research 3(Summer) Measuring hospital output: a review. [P M Tatchell] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: P M Tatchell.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Journals & Books; Help Download full text in PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. Social Science & Medicine. Vol IsPages Measuring hospital output: A review of the service mix and case mix approaches Cited by: Roos, P.
Mesure des variations de productivitÉ et de qualitÉ des services hospitaliers (Measurement of productivity and quality in hospital services). In Économie de la SantÉ- Trajectoires du futur. Jacobzone (ed.). INSEE MÉTHODES No.
64– Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques, Paris, pp –Cited by: 7. Measuring Health Service Outputs 4 The output of health service providers is more difficult to define and measure than is the output of, say, the producers of medical goods services are less tangible and tend to be more heterogeneous.
For example, if we were to attempt measuring health service output in a given year by counting the number.
Grannemann TW, Brown RS, Pauly MV. Estimating hospital costs. A multiple-output analysis. J Health Econ. Jun; 5 (2)– Grosskopf S, Valdmanis V. Measuring hospital performance. A non-parametric approach. J Health Econ. Jun; 6 (2)– Nunamaker TR. Hospital Cost Analysis provides an overview of theoretical developments in the economic analysis of production and costs in the multiproduct firm, and discusses these developments.
Following a lucid explanation of the concepts of jointness, input/output separability and returns to scale, a detailed discussion of the concept measurement and classification of hospital output is provided. If measurement becomes part of an overall plan, it becomes more sustainable.
High performance can be achieved by almost any nonprofit organization. Although small nonprofits and arts organizations find it more challenging to express results in a data-driven way, they can develop ways to track and measure almost any activity.
Measuring fluid intake and output INTAKE AND OUTPUT gauge fluid balance and give valuable information about your patient's condition. Identify whether your patient has undergone surgery or if he has a medical condition or takes medications that can affect fluid intake or loss.
Much recent progress has been made on methods for measuring medical care output. Far less progress is evident on education output, for reasons I will explain in section II of this paper. While measuring I&Os may seem like a basic task, it’s a vital one. “Obtaining and documenting accurate intake and output is a critical skill in providing safe care to surgical patients,” says Singleton.
“Simulation was an engaging, fun and practical methodology to revisit basic care.”. This paper describes a case study in which one aspect of the output of a hospital in a London teaching group was measured for one month.
The study was related to a theoretical model, which is outlined, and which could be extended as the basis of a health index. Measuring Output and Productivity in Private Hospitals Brian Chansky, Corby Garner, Ronjoy Raichoudhary. Chapter in NBER book Measuring and Modeling Health Care Costs (), Ana Aizcorbe, Colin Baker, Ernst R.
Berndt, and David M. Cutler, editors (p. - ) Conference held OctoberPublished in February by University of Chicago Press. Preface. Introduction. Part A: Theoretical Considerations. The Economic Theory of Production and Cost in the Multiproduct Firm. The Concept, Measurement and Classification of Hospital Output.
step process applies when supervisors and employees want to measure results. However, the material presented in Steps 6 through 8 about developing standards, monitoring performance, and checking the performance plan apply to all measurement approaches.
A HANDBOOK FOR MEASURING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE. Discriminant analysis for the general surgery service. The discriminant function obtained for the general surgery service is the following: (4) Y = − + I 1 + I 2. Table 1 shows the results of classification and the percentage of cases that the estimated function is able to classify correctly.
The statistical parameters of the discriminant function are shown in Table 2. According to this new measure, output for community hospitals grew at an average annual rate of percent from toand labor productivity grew at a rate of percent over the same period.
What is hospital output and how can we measure it. Defining and measuring hospital output poses many challenges. There is a conflict between Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) theory’s requirement that inputs (outputs) be substitutable, and the ubiquitous use of nonsubstitutable inputs and outputs in DEA applications to hospitals.
This paper develops efficiency indicators valid for nonsubstitutable variables. Then, using a sample of 87 community hospitals, it compares the new measures’ efficiency. Length of stay measurement can be used throughout a hospital or for a specific therapy area, such as acute myocardial infarctions (AMIs).
Fig 1 Length of stay data for Massachusetts General Hospital. Insights from Definitive Healthcare based on most recent available CMS data, hospital cost report period, (accessed July ). The traditional approach to measuring health care productivity typically defines output as spending on health goods and services—e.g., drugs, hospital services, physicians’ services.In summary, even in the word 'healthcare' we can observe both an output and an outcome.
'Care' is, for the most part, an output, something we can achieve professionally by "doing the right thing". 'Health', on the other hand, is an outcome, something we can expect to. Abstract Shepherd A () Measuring and managing fluid balance.
Nursing Times; 28, early online publication. Ensuring patients are adequately.