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According to a 2009 study from the California HealthCare Foundation, the number of registered nursing hours per patient increased by 16.
Nurse staffing can be measured as full-time equivalent employment (FTEE), nursing hours per patient day, share of registered nurses in total nursing staff, nurse-to-patient ratios, or other metrics.
The following measures will be added: skill mix, nursing hours per patient day, voluntary turnover, patient fall prevalence rate, patient falls with injury, the Practice Environment Scale, registered nurse education, and registered nurse certification.
To control for quality-driven differences in nursing home costs, three measures of quality are used: the number of cited inspection violations, that is, inspection deficiencies, per patient per day; the number of registered nursing hours per patient per day; and the total number of nursing hours per patient per day.
The ad hoc report wizard allows us to create custom reports as needed to include sick time used, vacation time used, off shifts/ holidays worked, on call required and why, and nursing hours per patient day.
In fact, subacute care averages over four nursing hours per patient day.
On a Nursing Hours Per Patient day ward, ask for a spot check.
Nursing-sensitive indicators, such as those found in ANA's National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI)[R], administered by the University of Kansas School of Nursing, offer measures of the nursing workforce through nursing hours per patient day, processes of care and patient outcomes.