# Healthcare statistics problem help

#### Lspencer2121

##### New member
A hospital complied the following annual statistic for 2009 (non-leap year) (I am not coming up with any answer below)

January 1st-June 30th Inpatient service days 26510 Bed Count 160

July 1st-Dec 31st Inpatient service days 33910 Bed count 200

Dec 31 only Inpatient Service days 185 Bed count 200

Newborn
Jan-Dec Inpatient Service days 11500 Bed count 40

What is the total occupancy rate for 2009?
A. 91.88%. B. 92.15% C. 91.54% D. 93.66%

#### MarkFL

Staff member
Re: Healthcare stastics problem help

I do not get any of the choices either. I am confused as to why December 31st is listed twice though. Are you certain the problem has been reproduced accurately here?

#### Lspencer2121

##### New member
Thanks for the help and taking a look. Yes, this is the exact problem. I'm not sure why the 31st is listed twice either but I will be sending an email to the teacher asking her about this problem. I think she has given the wrong choices to pick from. I'll let you know what she says once I receive her answer. Again thanks a million. I love this site and all the help I am receiving!

#### zzephod

##### Well-known member
A hospital complied the following annual statistic for 2009 (non-leap year) (I am not coming up with any answer below)

January 1st-June 30th Inpatient service days 26510 Bed Count 160

July 1st-Dec 31st Inpatient service days 33910 Bed count 200

Dec 31 only Inpatient Service days 185 Bed count 200

Newborn
Jan-Dec Inpatient Service days 11500 Bed count 40

What is the total occupancy rate for 2009?
A. 91.88%. B. 92.15% C. 91.54% D. 93.66%
Using the first two rows of statistics (the others would result in double counting) gives 91.88%

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