progressive patient care

progressive patient care

a system of care in which patients are placed in units on the basis of their needs for care as determined by the degree of illness rather than on the basis of a medical specialty. The usual levels or stages of progressive patient care are intensive care, intermediate care, and minimal care.
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Today, as dentists increasingly seek to shift from traditions that contribute to dental anxiety, the atmosphere-Healthcare visual platform brings a refreshing turnkey solution to progressive patient care.
Ihe concept of patients as members of their care teams is one that has been discussed for many years, but only now is that idea beginning to become a reality, and still for now only in the most progressive patient care organizations.
Due to the success of the luncheon, funds raised are directed towards continued leading-edge breast cancer research and progressive patient care at the NEORCC.
These organizations have a reputation for progressive patient care and a patients-first attitude.
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