comprehensive assessment


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

comprehensive assessment

A multi-disciplinary and multi-agency process in the UK whereby various medical specialist assessments performed in the context of the single assessment process are aggregated with information from all contacts and interactions that triggered them, thereby providing a detailed and holistic overview of a person’s health and social care needs.

comprehensive assessment

A detailed, systematic physical examination of a patient.
See also: assessment
References in periodicals archive ?
As regards the positive results of the comprehensive assessment of the Cypriot banks, Stelios Constantinou, Banking Industry Leader at PwC Cyprus, said that "our four banks have responded positively to the strict asset quality review requirements and stress tests.
JE-rgen Fitschen and Anshu Jain, Co-Chief Executive Officers, said: The Comprehensive Assessment reaffirms that, even in scenarios of severe market stress, our capital base would substantially exceed regulatory capital requirements.
We have discovered that comprehensive assessment of service learning is quite complex.
Please find the Comprehensive Assessment Outcome on the website of the European Central Bank.
Additionally, CMS looks for a comprehensive assessment every 366 days, and the VB2 date is used to count off these days.
This commentary is a plea from an atmospheric chemist for more cooperation among toxicologists, analytical chemists, atmospheric chemists, and automotive and combustion engineers to provide a comprehensive assessment of health risks to humans exposed to contemporary diesel emissions and for greater quantities and more diverse types of DEP and ambient samples (i.
The authors are cautious to draw no further conclusions beyond what their data warrant--that the appropriate information is now in place to allow more comprehensive assessment of the risk associated with human exposure to ME.
Among Riverside flagship products are The Iowa Tests([R]), the Edusoft([R]) Assessment Management System, and the Woodcock-Johnson([R]) III comprehensive assessment system.
On his part John Patrick Hourican, the Bank`s CEO, said that "the well - timed and deliberate actions taken during 2014, and in particular the pre-emptive e1/41 bn share capital increase, have ensured a positive result in the ECB's Comprehensive Assessment.
The comprehensive assessment is a thorough check of the balance sheets and resilience of the biggest banks prior to the ECB taking on its supervisory tasks in November.
After taking the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in March, state students are still waiting to hear results, which are due this month.

Full browser ?