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Predicting Length of Stay in Hospitals

This solution enables a predictive model for Length of Stay for in-hospital admissions. Length of Stay (LOS) is defined in number of days from the initial admission date to the date when the patient is discharged from any given hospital facility.

Predicting Length of Stay in HospitalsThis solution enables a predictive model for Length of Stay for in-hospital admissions. Length of Stay (LOS) is defined in number of days from the initial admission date to the date when the patient is discharged from any given hospital facility.

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Predicting Length of Stay in HospitalsThis solution enables a predictive model for Length of Stay for in-hospital admissions. Length of Stay (LOS) is defined in number of days from the initial admission date to the date when the patient is discharged from any given hospital facility.

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