duplicate testing

duplicate testing

Lab medicine The inappropriate repeating of lab or other diagnostic evaluations–eg, CBC, U/A, CK-MB, BMP, more often than allowed by Medicare or third party payers
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This helps to eliminate duplicate and overlay records, keystroke errors, duplicate testing and medical identity fraud, while contributing to patient safety and the security of patient information.
Integrated web viewing improves communication, while access to the patient's information reduces duplicate testing and unnecessary patient radiation exposure.
09 billion in benefits, primarily from the near elimination of medication administration issues and duplicate testing.
This study did not take into account the costs of duplicate testing to patients or secondary payers.
John Kitzhaber said in a written statement Wednesday that the CCOs are part of a planned revamp of health care aimed at eliminating unnecessary elements of health care such as duplicate testing and preventable hospital visits that don't help the patient and that run up costs.
What if we could show a reduction in duplicate testing and, at the same time, increase physician satisfaction with our value and services?
Using electronic records could reduce costly medical errors and duplicate testing, according to Obama administration officials.
End-to-end testing with TMap NEXT provides the test professional facing these challenges with the methods, techniques and tools to plan and execute the testing successfully, with less duplicate testing and faster turnaround time.
However, the sensitivity of duplicate testing of meat is still suboptimal (46.
The interagency program permits the secure, real-time exchange of medical record data between VA and DoD, thereby avoiding duplicate testing or even surgeries.
The group concluded that such an electronic system would include savings in program labor administration and a decline in duplicate testing.