(d) Staffed and available beds represent the number of beds that are
readily available for patient use at the end of the period.
(e) Admissions represent the number of patients admitted for inpatient
(f) Adjusted admissions is a general measure of combined inpatient and
outpatient volume. We computed adjusted admissions by dividing gross
patient revenue by gross inpatient revenue and then multiplying the
quotient by admissions.
(g) Patient days represent the total number of days of care provided to
(h) Adjusted patient days is a general measure of combined inpatient and
outpatient volume. We computed adjusted patient days by dividing
gross patient revenue by gross inpatient revenue and then multiplying
the quotient by patient days.
(i) Average length of stay (days) represents the average number of days
inpatients stay in our hospitals.
(j) We computed occupancy by dividing patient days by the number of days
in the period and then dividing the quotient by the number of staffed
and available beds.
(k) Inpatients with a catheterization procedure represent the number of
inpatients with a procedure performed in one of the hospitals'
catheterization labs during the period.
(l) Inpatient surgical procedures represent the number of surgical
procedures performed on inpatients during the period.
SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE - RECONCILIATION OF GAAP FINANCIAL
TO NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES
The following table reconciles Adjusted EBITDA with MedCath's income from
continuing operations as derived directly from MedCa
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