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  • Hospitals
  • Amends the licensing standards governing hospitals in order to amend the provisions governing emergency services provided by free-standing emergency facilities. (louisiana.gov)
  • These figures included 117 private hospitals with facilities for surgery. (wikipedia.org)
  • NHS Consultants who undertook private practice were permitted, if facilities were available, to admit their private patients to designated private beds (pay beds) of which there were then 4,859 in NHS hospitals or as day patients, or to see them as out-patients. (wikipedia.org)
  • NHG's Care is provided through an integrated network of nine primary healthcare polyclinics, acute care and tertiary hospitals, national specialty centres and business divisions. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Consortium of Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) which works with the U. S. Congress, has indicated that while hospitals offer acute care, many non-acute, long-term services are provided to assist individuals to live and participate in the community. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, WHO notes that in many countries, the closing of mental hospitals has not been accompanied by the development of community services, leaving a service vacuum with far too many not receiving any care. (wikipedia.org)
  • discharge
  • A telephonic questionnaire at 9-weeks post-discharge recorded their vital status, use of HBC post-discharge and their satisfaction with care received. (ijhpm.com)
  • Even though most patients reported admission to another health facility in the preceding year, only 13 patients (21%) had ever accessed HBC and only 25% (n = 15) of discharged patients used HBC post-discharge. (ijhpm.com)
  • Organizations
  • Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) are generally bolstered by the federal requirement that states pay actuarially sound rates. (kff.org)
  • Over time, the focus shifted to the individuals who were cared for by these organizations. (wikipedia.org)
  • Two kinds of organizations can review a health care provider to check for compliance with these conditions - either a state level agency acting on behalf of CMS, or a national accreditation agency like the Joint Commission. (wikipedia.org)
  • categorical
  • Categorical relationship must be established for determination of eligibility for long-term medical care. (okdhs.org)
  • Prior residential facility classifications were described by Scheerenberger until the modern day classification by David Braddock on a state-by-state basis which includes individuals in residential settings of six or fewer, one categorical group. (wikipedia.org)
  • Healthcare
  • Alliance is the managed care organization for public behavioral healthcare for the citizens of Durham, Wake, Cumberland and Johnston counties in North Carolina. (alliancebhc.org)
  • A comprehensive primary healthcare (PHC) approach requires clear referral and continuity of care pathways. (ijhpm.com)
  • Foster Care
  • The following acronyms are related to adoption, foster care, infertility, pregnancy, and children's disabilities, along with acronyms you will find regularly on Internet message boards and chat rooms. (adoption.com)
  • Mental Health
  • Other distinctive features include the absence of legislation recognizing living wills substituting reliance upon health care proxies instead a well-developed mental health law a well-developed case law of trusts based on a traditional "prudent man" standard for investments rather than a list of fixed classes of statutory investment vehicles as required elsewhere. (wikipedia.org)
  • transitional
  • Amends the provisions governing reimbursement for public facilities in order to extend the period of transitional rates for large facilities that provide continuous nursing coverage to medically fragile populations for an additional year. (louisiana.gov)
  • Terrace
  • Budd Terrace, named in honor of Dr. Candler Budd, one of those responsible for bringing to fruition a ministry to older adults in the North Georgia Conference, was opened as an assisted living facility in 1972. (wikipedia.org)
  • primary
  • Background Potentially inappropriate prescribing PIP encompassing potentially inappropriate medicines PIMs and potential prescribing omissions PPOs, is prevalent amongst older adults in primary and secondary care. (duhnnae.com)
  • Primary health care, report of the international conference on primary health care. (ijhpm.com)
  • Muldoon LK, Hogg WE, Levitt M. Primary Care (PC) and Primary Health Care (PHC) What is the Difference? (ijhpm.com)
  • Twenty-four states indicated that they would not be continuing the primary care rate increase. (kff.org)
  • others plan to continue temporarily or target it to certain types of primary care. (kff.org)
  • K. C. Lakin of the University of Minnesota, a deinstitutionalization researcher, has indicated that a taxonomy of residential facilities for individuals with mental retardation includes program model, size and operator, and facilities also then vary by disability and age, among other primary characteristics. (wikipedia.org)
  • residents
  • From Business: Golden Rule Assisted Living in Rock Hall, Maryland, is a small assisted living facility that houses eight residents. (yellowpages.com)
  • As a nursing student I spent 8 weeks of a rotation at Vista Del Sol, helping care for residents and learn new skills. (caring.com)
  • 1) Health care is a human right and it is in the public interest that all Californians have access to health care that improves health outcomes, manages and lowers health care costs for the state and its residents, and reduces health disparities. (ca.gov)
  • endeavor
  • Clark Hill attorneys have extensive experience working with the myriad privacy and security issues that are an integral part of any health care endeavor. (clarkhill.com)
  • admission
  • C) A copy of the pertinent section of the Individual Plan or other appropriate documentation relative to the ICF/IID admission and the need for ICF/IID level of care. (okdhs.org)
  • A Care-plan beyond admission could significantly reduce mortality. (ijhpm.com)
  • Amends
  • Amends the provisions governing managed care for physical and behavioral health in order to exclude Louisiana Health Insurance Premium Payment Program (LaHIPP) participants from participation in managed care for physical and behavioral health. (louisiana.gov)