planned admission

planned admission

A UK term for an admission to hospital where the date of admission is determined by the needs of the treatment, rather than by the availability of resources. A planned admission is usually part of a planned sequence of clinical care determined mainly on social or clinical criteria.

Examples
Check cystoscopy; follow-up chemotherapy sessions which are necessary at regular intervals; admissions arising from other treatment—e.g., the planned removal of an internal fixation after three months.
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The company's chief executive Richard Williams said: "Strongbow has achieved a great deal since acquiring the South Crofty project in July 2016, and its planned admission to AIM, which is the next step in the company's strategy, is a very exciting development.
David Martell, chief executive officer of Chargemaster said: "Chargemaster's planned admission to AIM marks a significant step forward in the Company's development.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said the planned admission came after the garden party and added: "He is in very good health."
Armstrong's planned admission carries the risk of getting him sued or held reliable by those who believe he defrauded them by lying about his use of drugs, the paper reported.
Offering a visit to the ward to meet staff and look around before a planned admission.
A planned admission is one in which the patient and the family had a prearranged date for surgery and knew that an admission to the ICU would follow.
That was a planned admission but I was readmitted as an emergency case 10 days later and again the care and consideration and thoughtfulness of the staff was extraordinary.
This study assessed the impact of a Brief Planned Admission (BPA) approach on inpatient mental health resource use by people with a diagnosis of BPD.
This documentation will help us determine whether a planned admission should be considered for this subset of patients.
Its planned admission had been scuppered in July 1997 due to political turmoil that followed Prime Minister Hun Sen's violent ouster of then first Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh.
The school will increase from its current one form of entry with a 30 place planned admission number to operate as a two form entry school with a 60 place planned admission number from 1 September 2016.