Carillon Health Systems owns three hospitals, and it wants to determine which, if any, of the hospitals are inefficient. The hospital inputs each month are (1) hospital beds (100s), (2) nonphysician labor (1,000s hrs.), and (3) dollar value of supplies ($1000s). The hospital outputs are patient days (100s) for three age groups(1) under 15, (2) 15 to 65, and (3)

Chapter 4, Problems #51

Carillon Health Systems owns three hospitals, and it wants to determine which, if any, of the hospitals are inefficient. The hospital inputs each month are (1) hospital beds (100s), (2) nonphysician labor (1,000s hrs.), and (3) dollar value of supplies ($1000s). The hospital outputs are patient days (100s) for three age groups—(1) under 15, (2) 15 to 65, and (3) over 65. The output and input values for each hospital are as follows:

                                

Using DEA, determine which hospitals are inefficient.

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