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aur

(awr),
Abbreviation for auris.

AUR

Abbreviation for:
acute urinary retention
ambulatory utilisation review
Appliance Use Review (Medspeak-UK)
Association of University Radiologists
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Patients transitioning to the temporary AUR health state had their next transition determined by the success or failure of TWOC.
Resource use for AUR follow-up and BPH-related surgery was based on a number of assumptions provided by Canadian clinicians.
The disutility of the AUR temporary health state was evaluated from published utilities,[sup.
The incidence of AUR and Rt were higher in patients who were over 70 years of age (p=0.
dagger]: Only the patients who developed AUR were included.
The odds of developing AUR were significantly higher in the patients with inflammation than in those without (p=0.
The largest share, 72 percent, of the savings from the AUR program in 1990 came from application of the Patterns of Treatment[R].
In contrast, the AUR process comprises comparisons of such episodes of ambulatory care to a very structured set of criteria, the Patterns of Treatment.
This "exception reporting" inherent in the AUR process resulted in several additional types of program savings, the first of which derived from focusing review on "exceptional" physicians.
As the complexity of system design increased, so did the challenge of integrating AUR with claims payment.
AUR Lesson #4: Ambulatory Review Entails High-Volume Review and High-Volume Claim Payment.
With the on-going ALTESS study, we will see whether this beneficial effect could prevent the occurrence of a first episode of AUR in BPH patients," said Steven A.