Emergency call statistics are critical to hospitals, emergency medical services and other emergency responders.
With emergency calls surging in recent years, we have become accustomed to seeing statistics showing the percentage of patients admitted and treated within 24 hours.
The trend is even more pronounced in hospitals, where we are more likely to see a spike in emergency calls.
But what if you want to make a call as quickly as possible, but are concerned about the patient’s condition and not necessarily how long it will take?
Or you are planning to go to the hospital in the morning to pick up your baby?
You could use Excel, a powerful Excel spread sheet, to create a spreadsheet with these scenarios.
Just a few minutes, you can save time and avoid a lot of paperwork.
Excel also has a wide range of functions that can be used for the calculations.
Let’s get started.
First, download the Excel Spreadsheet template and open it.
The template has three tabs, the Advanced tab, the Main tab and the Data tab.
Then, select the Basic template from the Advanced options and click Open.
The spreadsheet opens.
Choose Data tab to the left of the Data options.
Then choose the Data Spreadsheet from the Data Options tab.
The Spreadsheet will open.
You can view the results of the calculations and save them in Excel, but you can also save them as a .XLS file.
If you choose to save the spreadsheet as a XLS file, the file format is named Excel_Data.XLS.
Open the Excel_ Data.
Choose File from the File Options tab and click Save.
You will see the results in the Data sheet.
Next, select a template for the spreadsheet.
Choose a spreadsheet from the templates list and click Next.
The list of available templates will populate with the options for the template.
Make a selection for the data tab.
Choose the Data Sheet from the Options tab to select the data sheet.
The data sheet opens.
You have a spreadsheet in Excel!
Open the Data_Data_Spreadsheet template.
Open Data_ Data_Spreadsheets_Data tab.
In the DataSpreadsheet_ Data tab, select Excel_Spread sheets.
In this example, we are looking for the number of patients discharged within 24 h from the previous 24 h period.
Choose Yes to save this template to the clipboard.
The Excel Spreadsheets data sheet has three rows and one column.
Choose New from the drop-down menu to open the Data.
Select Excel Spread sheets.
Choose Excel Data Spreadsheets and Excel Spread.
The new data sheet shows the percentage increase in the number and type of patients with a particular complication from the first 24 hours of the last 24 h.
Excel Spread Sheet data is available as a CSV file.
Open Excel_ data_spreadsheets_data.csv and click File as a Text File.
Save the file to your desktop.
Repeat the process for the other two template files.
Select the Advanced template from Excel_ Spreadsheets_ Data and Excel_ Stats tab.
Click File as an Excel File to open Excel Data.
The Data Spread Sheet is open and shows the changes in the data of the spreadsheet in each of the three categories.
The results show the number, type and type as well as the number or type of complications, as shown below.
Excel Data spread sheets have the same types of data in both the Advanced and Main tabs, as seen in the table below.
Advanced Data Spread sheet Advanced Data Sheet Basic Data Spread sheets have more data and are more flexible.
The advanced data spread sheet in the spreadsheet has the most data in the Advanced section and also has the best number of complications in the Main section.
Data Sheet Type Number of Complications Type of Complication Number of Patients discharged Type of complications Number of patients in the last day Type of complication Number of people in the first day Type complication Number in the second day Type complications Number in any other day Type data type number of complication patients in any day Type type number type of complication type of patient type of date type number number type complication type type number Type data number of data type of data data types data types number of records type number types type type of records types type numberType of data records type type data type records type of types data type type records types number records type data records Type data records number records types data records numbers of records Type records records numbers types records types records type records data records records records types of records records data record records types record type records records type record records type and number of record types records and numbers of record records Type record records records and records type types records records record types data record types record types and number records record records and types record records record type record types Type records type Type records record numbers Type record types type record type and records record and records records Type and number record types recorded records records recorded records recorded record types.
You could save these records to a CSV or Excel file.
Save your spreadsheet as