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Sky Hospital ConsortiumThe Sky Hospital Consortium consists of 40 hospitals in various parts
of the US. After being discharged, patients are given a survey to
determine if they are satisfied with the overall service. In most cases
patients are satisfied. However, some are dissatisfied. In addition, out
of those who responded as being dissatisfied, some filed a formal
complaint. In the Excel file, Hospitals, linked at the
bottom of the page, are the results for the patients during a specific
year. The Sky Hospital Consortium is divided into the West, Central, and
East Regions. The Sky Hospital Consortium wants to evaluate the performance of the
hospitals. The Consortium wants to know which hospitals have the fewest
complaints. You are to assist in the data analysis by using your
knowledge of probability and conditional probability to help with the
ranking of the hospitals, as well as each Region.Managerial Report
Prepare a report (see below) with your ranking of the hospitals based
on the probabilities and conditional probabilities, as well as the
analysis of each region. Include the following seven (7) items in table
format to support your ranking. Be sure to use five (5) decimal places for your probabilities in the table, as some of them might be quite small.The probability of a patient responding “Dissatisfied” in each of the three different regions.
The probability of a patient filing a formal complaint in each of the three different regions.
The probability of a patient filing a formal complaint given a
patient response of “Dissatisfied” in each of the three different
regions.
The probability of a patient responding “Dissatisfied” for each hospital.
The probability of a patient filing a formal complaint for each hospital.
The probability of a patient filing a formal complaint given a patient response of “Dissatisfied” for each hospital.
Rank the hospitals within each region for each of
the probabilities in 4 – 6. In other words, only rank the hospitals in
the West region against the other hospitals in the West region. Perform
the same analysis for the other two regions. Then, within
each region, find the sum of the ranks and get an overall ranking for
each hospital. Evaluate and discuss the meaning of your results. Use
tables, charts, graphs, or visual dashboards to support your findings.
Write a report that adheres to the Written Assignment
Requirements under the heading “Expectations for CSU-Global Written
Assignments” found in the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements.
As with all written assignments at CSU-Global, you should have in-text
citations and a reference page. An example paper is provided in the MTH410 Guide to Writing with Statistics, linked at the bottom of the page.Your report must contain the following:A title page in APA style.
An introduction that summarizes the problem.
The body of the paper should answer the questions posed in the
problem by communicating the results of your analysis. Include results
of calculations, as well as charts and graphs, where appropriate.
A conclusion paragraph that addresses your findings and what you have determined from the data and your analysis.
Regional Hospital
Bell County
Danville
Eden Medical
Elton
Farr County
Fresno
Glendale
Heber Valley
Lakeview
La Paz
Main
Mountain View
Roosevelt
Ross General
Salem
South General
Total
Dissatisfied
Patients
Patients Patients who Filed a
Last
who Are
Formal
Year Dissatisfied Complaint P(Dissatisfied)
4191
147
79
4382
497
34
1468
271
77
2223
206
72
2162
288
58
5125
485
52
7339
373
73
5418
473
93
3922
282
57
5157
305
54
4257
220
40
2840
492
27
2133
300
20
2354
100
41
3868
500
88
1096
77
18
57935
5016
883
Central
Columbus
Mercy Hospital
South Point
Total
5885
2534
3300
6991
18710
449
213
400
451
1513
87
36
19
37
179
East
Atlantic
Branden
Carson General
Clifton General
Columbia
District Central
Drexel
Dubois Regional
Easton
Kent
Lake Shore
Medina
Monroe
5694
4449
1169
2588
7548
1214
3622
2303
5016
5289
5914
4366
7899
438
318
342
312
382
300
123
461
490
346
269
216
501
36
70
31
46
59
63
20
60
51
39
79
37
42
Nathan Smith
Oconnor
Rye
Southern Ocean
Trenton
Spring Harbor
Sun Coast
Total
5050
5859
6224
6881
2687
1712
6347
91831
361
428
484
387
310
205
284
6957
58
89
74
88
74
57
37
1110
P(Complaint
Rank by P(D)
)
Rank by
P(C)
P(C|D)
Rank by P(C|D) Sum of Ranks
Overall Rank
Running head: GUIDE TO WRITING WITH STATISTICS
MTH410 Guide to Writing with Statistics
CSU-Global Campus
October, 2014
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GUIDE TO WRITING WITH STATISTICS
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Introduction
The purpose of this paper is to provide some general guidance in the writing of papers
using statistics and associated tests. The paper provides some general tips for writing and the use
of statistics. An example prompt is included, followed by a sample paper.
General Tips for Writing a Math Paper:

Organization:
sure you include all of the required information and analysis. It also helps the
 A separate title page using APA style requirements (running header, page
numbers, course, instructor, your name, date, etc.).
 An introduction (often a summary or abstract of the problem).
 A body of the paper that answers the questions posed in the problem and
includes calculations and graphs associated with this problem. This is
where you can turn your prompt into headings. All references need to be
properly cited.
 A conclusion paragraph that addresses your findings and what you have
determined from the data and your analysis.
 A separate sheet for references.
o There are templates that use APA style that you can insert your material into. If
you really struggle with formatting, this may be an option for your first paper or
two. If you use a template, remember to double-check it to remove any extra
instructions or pages or other elements that weren’t used.
In general, numbers less than 10 are to be written in word form. However, if you have
numbers in this range that carry decimals, write them in numeral form.
Never use or interpret a statistic or test that you don’t fully understand.
Target your audience and present as much information as necessary to allow the reader to
make an independent interpretation.
Make use of graphs and tables to display information in an easily understood manner.
Format them the same throughout, and make sure you don’t manipulate axes.
If you are referring to a statistic that is less commonly used, explain how you calculated
it. (It is not necessary to explain mean, but it may be necessary to explain how you set up
an ANOVA test.)
Be direct in writing descriptive statistics (The mean in Group A is 22.9 units.).
GUIDE TO WRITING WITH STATISTICS

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Translate the meaning of the statistic for the reader. Write plainly and then back it up
with statistical evidence. For example: Men and women scored equally well on this study

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