caseload


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caseload

The total number of patients managed by a particular health care professional or agency.
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The following section shows how the relationship between court caseload and judicial performance has been addressed in recent literature.
Information released by the Department of Health and Human Services today demonstrates that Labor and the unions have tried to mislead Tasmanians with false claims about caseloads.
Investigation Teams and Public Protection are also facing growing caseloads of increasing complexity.
Providing LMC care to a caseload of women often means that the midwife needs to be available to her caseload at any time of the day or night--to provide care during labour or for any urgent or emergency issues (Ministry of Health, 2007).
But it depends doesn't it, whether people are using corporate caseloads, whether they're using a named health visitor caseload or what they're doing.
Among the reasons primary care doctors limit their Medicaid caseloads is that the program reimburses them at a low rate - some lose money on every patient insured by the Oregon Health Plan, the state's Medicaid program.
The Welfare League's report underscores that DCF is an agency under intense scrutiny, at crisis levels in terms of caseloads, lacking funding and resources, and that it requires new policy and procedures, Mr.
And this PD has been unable to effectively handle its caseload.
Larry Wahnsiedler, a retired adjuster from Owensboro, Kentucky, says a reasonable caseload depends on claims severity.
Social workers have left to go to other authorities where caseloads are protected and overtime is paid for cases worked above the allocated caseload level.
Miskiw reviewed the change in average monthly caseload from 2008 to 2001 from an Ontario, Ontario Works Brant and Brant county perspective, noting that the county's caseload has grown by 84 per cent from 88 families in 2008 to 162 families in 2011.
More than forty years ago, the National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals set the following caseload guidelines for full-time public defenders: a maximum of 150 felonies, or 400 misdemeanors, or 200 juvenile cases, or 200 mental health matters, or 25 appeals per year.