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Datafile Name:
Nursing Home Data

Reference:
These data are part of the data analyzed in Howard L. Smith, Niell F. Piland, and Nancy Fisher, A Comparison of Financial Performance, Organizational Characteristics, and Management Strategy Among Rural and Urban Nursing Facilities, Journal of Rural Health, Winter 1992, pp 27-40.

Description:
The data were collected by the Department of Health and Social Services of the State of New Mexico and cover 52 of the 60 licensed nursing facilities in New Mexico in 1988. The data set given here is a subset of 15 nursing homes.
Number of cases:
15

Variable Names:
1. BED number of beds in home
2. MCDAYS annual medical in-patient days (hundreds)
3. TDAYS annual total patient days (hundreds)
4. PCREV annual total patient care revenue ($hundreds)
5. NSAL annual nursing salaries ($hundreds)
6. FEXP annual facilities expenditures ($hundreds)
7. RURAL rural (1) and non-rural (0) homes
The Data:
BED MCDAYS TDAYS PCREV NSAL FEXP RURAL

244 128 385 23521 5230 5334 0
59 155 203 9160 2459 493 1
120 281 392 21900 6304 6115 0
120 291 419 22354 6590 6346 0
120 238 363 17421 5362 6225 0
65 180 234 10531 3622 449 1
120 306 372 22147 4406 4998 1
90 214 305 14025 4173 966 1
96 155 169 8812 1955 1260 0
120 133 188 11729 3224 6442 1
62 148 192 8896 2409 1236 0
120 274 426 20987 2066 3360 1
116 154 321 17655 5946 4231 0
59 120 164 7085 1925 1280 1
80 261 284 13089 4166 1123 1