formal patient

formal patient

A person who has been detained in a UK psychiatric facility under the Mental Health Act 1983 on the authority of two admission certificates or two renewal certificates.
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Early in my career, this appointment might have been disastrous: It would have ruined my afternoon and possibly led to a formal patient complaint.
Within the immediately preceding three-year period the person has on two or more occasions, or for a total of at least 30 days, (i) been a formal patient at a facility and/or (ii) been in an approved hospital or been detained in a custodial institution, where it is evident that he/she would have met the criteria to be detained as a formal patient.
In line with Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) standards, Benzer is beginning to implement a formal patient management program.
Cloudnine hospitals are also the first in the country to make a formal patient safety commitment to the World Patient Safety Movement Foundation.
The infographic also documents the prevalence of formal patient engagement programs (79 percent) and most challenging population to engage (53 percent indicated individuals with a behavioral health diagnosis).
They included 1) monitoring risky patient behaviors, 2) enforcing policies and safety procedures, 3) providing informal and formal patient education, 4) managing patient flow, and 5) engaging patients in their care (see Figure 1).
Less dramatic consequences created by concern for contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) were the adoption of "preventive" measures, such as formal patient questionnaires and measurements of precontrast serum creatinine level or estimated glomerular filtration rate.
Dr Abdul Kareem Sultan Al Olama, Executive Director, Centre for Healthcare Planning & Quality (CPQ) of DHCC, said: "We have no plans as yet to prohibit male technicians from performing mammograms and have to date not received any complaints from any patients through our formal patient complaint management system."
Experts looked at 10,000 posts and found results on areas such as care and hygiene were similar to those in a formal patient survey.
Thus, the person must, in the preceding 3-year period, on 2 or more occasions for a total of at least 30 days, have been a formal patient in a facility, or have been lawfully detained in a custodial institution while meeting the criteria required to be a formal patient, or some combination of the two.
There was no formal patient sample size calculation, the number of participants being as large as possible within the dictates of the practicality and expense of conducting and coordinating phone pre-assessment and scoring sessions.

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