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Posted Thursday, December 12, 2013 8:55 AM


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Newbie..sorry, posted this somewhere else, but couldn't find it. Trying to get the PSI Outcome, Expected, and PSIIndex every month whether it has data or not. Created a CTE and left outer joined with PSI table, but it's still not pulling every month for every PSIKey. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

Table schematics



--define start and end limits
Declare @todate datetime, @fromdate datetime
Select @fromdate='2013-01-01', @todate='2013-02-01'

;With cte as
Select @fromdate as Date
union all
Select dateadd(day, 1, Date)
from cte da
where Date < @todate

select di.DivisionRegion,
month( as month,
year(d.Date) as Year,
sum(p.PSIOutcome) as PSIOutcome,
isnull(SUM(p.PSIExpected),0) as Expected,
isnull(((sum([PSIOutcome]))/(sum ([psiexpected]))),0) as PSIIndex

from cte d
left outer join quality.dbo.Fact_PatientSafetyIndicators p on cast(p.DischargeDateTime as date) = d.Date
left outer join LukesReporting.UserView.vwAccount a on a.OriginAccountId = p.VisitID
left outer join Quality.dbo.Dim_PatientSafetyIndicators ps on ps.PSIKey = p.PSIKey
left outer join LukesReporting.UserView.vwDivisionCode di on di.DivisionCode = a.DivisionCode

where p.DivisionCode in ('$','1','2','{','#','L','6','t','[')
and p.PSIKey in ('1','2','3','4' ,'5','6','7','8','12','13','14','15','16','17','18','19','20','21')

group by di.divisionregion,month(,year(,p.PSIKey,ps.PSIName

order by di.divisionregion,year(,month(,p.PSIKey,ps.PSIName
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Posted Thursday, December 12, 2013 9:10 AM



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you have to change your query to query first from a Calendar table of some sort, which contains all possible dates.
then your CTE left joins to that Calendar table.

with that in place, you'll be able to get zero totals for dates that had no data form the other tables.

FROM CalendarTable
ON CalendarTable.TheDate = d.Date

there's quite a few example of it here on ssc:


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where p.DivisionCode in ('$','1','2','{','#','L','6','t','[')
and p.PSIKey in ('1','2','3','4' ,'5','6','7','8','12','13','14','15','16','17','18','19','20','21')
... is turning your outer join into an inner join. Try putting those two conditions in the join predicate instead.

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