patient type

patient type

A UK term of art which groups patients into different categories for resource assessment and allocation.

Patient types
Inpatient, outpatient, day case, day patient, A&E patient, community care patient, etc.
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In conjunction, the ProxiDiagnost N90's Grid-Controlled Fluoroscopy (GCF) enables a dose rate reduction up to 68% compared to Pulse Controlled Fluoroscopy (PCF), depending on patient type and clinical application, concluded the company.
The EMPI is essential to overcome the patient type challenge.
Seven chapters and epilogue are: observe the patient process; visually manage the patient process at the front line; adjust and control the gears for synchrony; plan for variation in patient type and length of visit; the environment for synchrony; techniques for change agents; conclusion.
Carefluence can customize profiles for each specialty, condition, patient type, department, etc.
The results and observations are as follows (15) patients type II, 5 patients type III, 1 patient type IV where are the rest 9 patients type 1
Functionally, the system allocates a higher category for complex care, depending on the patient type and category.
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The organization must be aware of what each patient type is looking for from their healthcare provider and be committed to uniting team members in a common vision: to have every patient feel that the quality of care they received was excellent.
The table is developed by multiplying the reimbursement by patient type and procedure in Table 3 for the number of MRIs for each procedure and patient type.
Given the same effort level e, the indifference curve of a patient type [IC.
Instead, MFM developed this projection by service line and used the information to tailor space to the specific needs of each patient type.
Of 79 practices represent ed, 19 (24%) treated companion animals, 15 (19%) treated equids, 4 (5%) treated food animals (dairy, beef, small ruminant, poultry, or swine), 32 (41%) treated a variety of animals (no patient type >75%), 4 (5%) treated zoo animals, and 5 (6%) veterinarians were not in clinical practice.