That, in turn, should help you understand what your scheduling needs are: how many beds can you expect to be occupied at any given time, how many staff do you need for healthy patient-staff ratios, etc.

Frankly, you should even be able to predict acuity levels, wait times for different treatment levels, and more. Performed manually, that degree of specificity is so prohibitively difficult as to be impossible.




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