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house call

n.
A professional visit made to a home, especially by a physician.

house call

A visit to a Pt by a physician providing some form of primary care or followup to prior therapy
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Jeffery Katz, who provides house calls to homebound Medicaid managed care patients in central Maryland, praised the house call apps, saying they have the potential to bring down costs for the health care system and free physicians from the hassles of dealing with insurance companies.
While house call services are uncommon in dentistry, they are not new to Dr.
For those without insurance or Medicare/Medicaid, the House Call service runs between $85 and $150 per visit, depending on services.
In an era of urgent-care clinics and problematic health plans, Rubin charges only $40 for a routine visit and makes house calls.
Sixty-two percent of respondents reported the typical house call was for a patient older than 70 years.
Medicare is raising the amount it pays doctors for house calls.
WhiteGlove has implemented a paperless house call consumer experience by providing consent-to-treat forms, end-of-visit surveys, and more on the Apple iPad.
ACT residents may participate in the program by calling ActewAGL s Energy Efficiency team on 1300 789 002 to book a free energy-saving house call.
This national study was undertaken to compare physician house call practices among family physicians, general internists, and general pediatricians.
We mortal humans might be hard-pressed to find a doctor to make a house call when we're too sick to make it into a medical office, but our dogs and cats?
Standard encounter forms were filled in by the physicians immediately after each patient encounter by office visit, house call, or telephone.
WhiteGlove House Call Health is focused on changing healthcare on a national level by lowering the cost of healthcare while improving the consumers' healthcare experience.