economic triage

economic triage

word parlance An evaluation of the impact of the patient's care on fiscal aspects important to the clinician; e.g., can the patient or applicable insurance cover the cost of a lucrative intervention, or alternatively, might an expensive procedure result in diminution in income based on per-capita clinician expenditures?
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O'Day's proposals a few years ago to improve services, "what we need right now is economic triage.
Life-prolongation technology inexorably is moving individuals towards economic triage in the allocation of medical resources.
Project Restore HOPE, with JPMorgan Chase's support, will empower thousands of families and small businesses in NY and NJ to get back on track financially and stay strong as they recover through economic triage, financial guidance, and long-term planning.
McCarthy's assertion that "the city is bleeding and in need of some economic triage.
Yancey, who has extensive experience working in the banking and financial services industry, will continue to serve as the Director of HOPE Coalition America, the portfolio responsible for the hotlines as well as for providing economic triage to disaster victims.
disaster in the past decade, including 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, with economic triage assistance; and assist victims of the mortgage crisis by helping homeowners raise their credit scores and delay or modify $406 million in subprime mortgage loans.
During the visit, Operation HOPE Founder John Hope Bryant released details of the nonprofit's plans to deliver economic triage to Haitians, as well as financial life management programs and long-term economic enhancement services.