medical resource

medical resource

A general term for a source (e.g., Medscape, Physicians Online) of medical information, contact points and persons, career opportunities, etc.
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Healthcare costs and medical resource use were assessed for TBI patients and control groups over 6-month increments during the 24-month follow up period.
It's important to integrate--not silo--data analytics and medical resource personnel.
In areas without medical resource, he advised people to wash their wounds with soap and water until they can reach a medical centre.
Maximizing equation (12) with respect to [beta] and taking into account the best medical resource allocations yields the following:
This portal will provide Foreign Service bidders with post-specific medical resource information as they start the bidding process, thus making the medical clearance process more interactive and transparent.
Ricardo told website Raialeve.com: "I'm going to Buenos Aires to see a local doctor and learn more about a medical resource. The treatment, I understand, is available in the United States, and is supposed to be fantastic.
AMAA Board Member Ronald Dubin, MD, has implemented a pilot project called "Medical Resource Initiative" (MRI) to enable the uninsured and patients who are in between jobs or who have high deductibles to receive MRI scans free-of-charge.
Using a drug off label where its use cannot be substantiated by evidence may be a medical resource being inappropriately used."
Estimating Equation (1) allows us to decompose the difference in average medical resource use between HMO and non-HMO enrollees into the utilization and risk selection effects:
He is also the chief medical editor for www.hospitals-doctors.com, a medical resource on the Web.
Miami's reputation as a first-class medical resource is growing.
Featuring over 55,000 entries and 560 detailed illustrations, this text is an invaluable and reliable medical resource.

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