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no-show

noun A person who does not attend a meeting or appointment.

no-show

A Pt who does not present for an appointment
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2017) performed a prospective, longitudinal, yearlong study in an inner-city, academic pain clinic and observed an overall no-show rate of 24.
To begin to address the problem at UT, we acknowledged that an elevated no-show rate is linked to medication nonadherence, increased risk of re-hospita li7ation, and increased costs associated with poor care.
But Williams was a no-show at Thursday's arraignment because he read a (http://seattletimes.
A prospective, randomized study of 13,505 patient appointments between March and July 2007 in the department of medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Group showed a much lower no-show rate when staff made personal reminder calls to patients compared with automated appointment reminders alone.
Al-Ajhar explained that the one of the main reasons behind the new imposed fine is that the airline has been experiencing a high number of late and no-show passengers.
Josh lines up a big-shot music promoter to watch The Somethings perform but Kris throws a diva strop and Lydia is a no-show.
The group is deploying Rapide Communication's enhanced text service to send guests booking confirmations, reduce no-show rates, increase dinner bookings, and provide maps and directions.
75 billion) last year which according to a top official, was due to no-show passengers.
The big question: would races see a higher than normal no-show rate.
No-show rates were examined in coordinated and collocated integrated models of behavioral health care.
The first lunar eclipse in 2 1/2 years will occur on Saturday, but the darkened moon will be a no-show for stargazers in Los Angeles, astronomers said Thursday.
The Chiefs ace ended up with a mere 32 yards on 13 carries - a non-factor in a total no-show by KC's offence.