patient data

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patient data

Information about an individual patient, which may be relevant to decisions about current or future health or illness. Patient data should be collected using methods that minimise systematic and random error.

patient

an animal that is ill or is undergoing treatment for disease.

patient data
name, initials, sex, address, postcode, phone number.
patient monitoring
continuous or frequent periodic clinical assessment.
patient rights
are adapted from the statement applicable to human medicine. They are really only applicable to the client in the veterinary situation. See client rights.
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The nurse care coordinators will enhance patient care by using patient-specific data from Cigna to help identify patients being discharged from the hospital who might be at risk for readmission, as well as patients who may be overdue for important health screenings or who may have skipped a prescription refill.
It delivers a clinical intelligence dashboard which aggregates multiple sources of patient-specific data in a centralized place to aid clinicians with their clinical workflow and daily routines.
By combining disease and patient-specific data, clinicians can make more targeted clinical decisions that improve outcomes and cancer patient care.
Patient profiles--predefined collection of patient-specific data.
Based on patient-specific data and models of human physiology, these Risk Analytics Algorithms inform physicians and nurses in the intensive care unit through Etiometry's T3 Visualization and Data Aggregation software.
Instead, the surgeon collects patient-specific data during the procedure to build a 3D model of the patient's knee.
This group will consider the necessary important clinical information sources such as EHRs, personal health records, health information exchanges, claims and utilization data, patient-generated data, mobile health apps, and clinical registries--from which to analyze patient-specific data and produce a set of ranked, evidence-based, annotated clinical suggestions.
AxelaCare's electronic patient outcomes assessment technology, CareExchange captures and reports real-time patient-specific data on the clinical efficacy of drug regimens.
Specifically, the CLIA regulations require that the laboratory have "systems(s) in place to ensure test results and other patient-specific data are accurately and reliably sent from the point of data entry (whether interfaced or entered manually) to final report destination, in a timely manner.
A CLIA regulations state: "The laboratory must have an adequate manual or electronic system(s) in place to ensure test results and other patient-specific data are accurately and reliably sent from the point of data entry (whether interfaced or entered manually) to final report destination, in a timely manner.
Preventing unauthorized software changes and ensuring that patient-specific data is secure are both central topics of new guidelines for medtech manufacturers.
Among them are that the combination of depth perception and motor inputs to interact with patient-specific data, which significantly improves the intuition of the user; an increased ability to balance germane from extraneous content, which increases the efficiency and effectiveness of the user; specialized tools that facilitate the user's ability to produce increased benefits in clinical efficacy and workflow; and the accumulation and distribution of knowledge made possible with a richer level of content than heretofore available.

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