appropriate admission

appropriate admission

An admission to hospital that follows the rules. Appropriate admissions to hospital in the UK come in two types:
(1) Emergency admissions.
(2) Elective admissions, which are in turn divided into booked, planned, or waiting list admissions.
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If there was a hole in a bush or fence somewhere my dad would find it and I remember nearly ripping my clothes to shreds as I was forced through a bramble bush to see the rather pathetic illuminations in Morecambe's Happy Mount Park which at five pence were once again deemed to be at the top end of an appropriate admission charge.
UKBA (UK Border Agency) found systemic failures which meant that London Met has not been able to ensure the appropriate admission and tracking of students from abroad.
This study seeks to contribute to the body of research that explores appropriate admission criteria for perhaps a less common but more specialized graduate program in accounting, in hopes that other schools may benefit from these findings.
Bishop and Nolan found that pulse oximetry, coupled with a pulmonary predictive index such as that described by Skoner, et al, could achieve a predictable 72-percent positive predictive value when assessing the need for appropriate admission from acute asthma exacerbation, and a 94-percent negative predictive value when attempting to prevent discharge, when the child really needed to stay and be admitted to the hospital.
Patron members have since been able to bring a guest into Edgbaston provided the appropriate admission price was paid.
To demonstrate the manner in which these values can be realized through the linkage of an appropriate admission process to the public good, Guinier utilizes the findings of a study examining two different admission processes used by the University of Michigan Law School.
Nabhan-Warren betrays a fondness for her subjects--an entirely appropriate admission that alerts the reader to a subtle yet formative tension throughout the book.
Then there is also the idea that even if the patient doesn't have anything in the HSA, he or she will still pay the deductible, "and the hospital knows the carrier is going to pay the amount above $1,000, assuming it's an appropriate admission," he added.
In fact, many other NASPAA accredited MPA programs serve large constituencies of nontraditional students and many of these programs have wrestled with the issue of developing appropriate admission criteria (Bowman, 1988, 1990; NASPAA 2004).
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