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created Jan 29 2021

updated Jan 30 2021

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Tri-State Memorial Hospital was founded in 1955. It serves the Lewis-Clark Valley with 25 licensed beds. This dataset provides discharge counts for several clinical units and patient-types. The data are taken from quarterly reports provided by the Washington Department of Health.

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a count of hospital discharges.
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Acute Care: A level of health care in which a patient is treated for a brief but severe episode of illness, for conditions that are the result of disease or trauma, and during recovery from surgery.
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Swing Beds: Units within acute care hospitals where patients receive the same skilled level of care that is available at skilled nursing facilities (SNFs).
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Discharge: The point at which the patient leaves the hospital and either returns home or is transferred to another facility such as one for rehabilitation or to a nursing home.
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Co-occurring Disorder Unit (CDU): A co-occurring disorder refers to when one person has two or more mental health disorders or medical illnesses.
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Licensed Bed: The maximum number of beds for which a hospital holds a license to operate.
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Patient Day: A calendar day of care provided to a nursing facility resident, regardless of payment source, which will include the day of admission and exclude the day of discharge; except that, when admission and discharge occur on the same day, one day of care shall be deemed to exist.
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2012-2019
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