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How to transfer the current month value to next month.

At start till date "Active patients" are 0. Then "Total Active patients" = "Active Patients" + "New Patients" - "Drop off Patients".
And 2019 November's "Total Active patients" i.e 2 which is the December's "Active Patient".  And 2019 December "Total Active Patients" i.e 4 which is 2020 January's "Active Patients" and so on... 

DateActive PatientsNew PatientsDrop off PatientsTotal Active Patients
Nov-190312
Dec-1922 4
Jan-204123
Feb-2031 4
Mar-2041 5
Apr-205216
May-20610214
Jun-20144117

 

How do I calculate "Active Patients" column In Power BI Using Dax.

Please Help me.


Thanks In Advance!

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Re: How to transfer the current month value to next month.

This measure works for the individual rows, it will need to be adjusted for the totals.

 

TotalPatients = sumx(Patients,Patients[Active Patients]+Patients[New Patients]-Patients[Drop off Patients])
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Re: How to transfer the current month value to next month.

Hi @adi_dasturkar,

I think you can try to use the following calculated column formula to do aggregate on new and drop patient amount.

 

Active Patients =
SUMX (
    FILTER (
        SUMMARIZE ( Table, [Date], "Actived", [New Patients] - [Drop off Patients] ),
        [Date] < EARLIER ( Table[Date] )
    ),
    [Actived]
)+0

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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