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*  Surgically Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion
Patient compliance is necessary Second surgery likely Unaesthetic period after the expansion with RME Implementation of palatal ... However, a setback of this study was that the measurements were dental on dental models of patients, and not PA Cephalograms ... Under the first surgery, SARPE is performed to address the transverse dimension changes in a patient. This surgery is then ... For the first surgery, under general anesthesia, a patient first goes through Le Fort fracture of skull without the ...
*  Gemigliptin
Among 165 patients who consented to participate in the extension period of study LG-DPCL005, 158 patients (96%) completed their ... how diabetes is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India and establishes the need for treatment compliance and ... Patients were randomized to receive gemigliptin, either a 50 mg qd (n=90) or a placebo (n=92) for 24 weeks (study identifier: ... All patients were switched to or continued their treatments only with gemigliptin 50 mg qd during the extension period. A ...
*  James C. Tsai
Tsai published the first taxonomy of medication compliance and adherence barriers in patients with glaucoma, the initial paper ... Medication adherence in glaucoma: approaches for optimizing patient compliance. Curr Opin Ophthalmol 2006; 17(2): 190-5. PMID ... Compliance Barriers in Glaucoma: A Systematic Classification. J Glaucoma 2003; 12(5): 393-8. PMID 14520147 "James C. Tsai Named ... A Comprehensive Perspective on Patient Adherence to Topical Glaucoma Therapy. Ophthalmology 2009; 116(11 Suppl): S30-6. Doi: ...
*  Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Rate Review Program
If the insurer does not comply, DHHS could seek a court order to force compliance. If the justifications submitted by the ... The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) established the health insurance rate review program in order to protect ... Health insurance in the United States Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act United States Department of Health and Human ...
*  Combination drug
Improved medication compliance by reducing the pill burden of patients. Note that pill burden is not only the number of pills ... for a given patient, which can lead to some patients getting too much of an ingredient and others getting too little, as the ... However, FDCs may interact with other drugs that a patient is taking, so the usual medical and pharmaceutical precautions ... Pharmaceutical compounding is the practice of preparing individualized drug products for individual patients, which can aid ...
*  Prisons in Russia
Non-compliance with treatment regimens has also been highlighted as contributing increasing drug resistance. In Fry et al.'s ... which can limit a MDR-TB patient's access to care. There are several factors within the Russian prison system that contribute ... the heightened bacterial load of non-compliant and untreated patients does increase the chances that the bacteria will mutate ... Rates of drug resistance and risk factor analysis in civilian and prison patients with tuberculosis in Samar Region, Russia. ...
*  Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act
... to investigate or determine compliance with the Patient Safety Act or with HIPAA. Listed PSO logo: only officially listed PSOs ... Medical error Patient safety Patient safety organization Safety engineering Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act S. 544 ( ... The definition of Patient Safety Work Product (PSWP) is quite broad. Patient safety work product includes any data, reports, ... However, patient safety work product does not include a patient's medical record, billing and discharge information, or any ...
*  MolMed
... including the production in compliance with current GMP of viral vectors and patient-specific genetically modified cells for ... TK cell therapy product that permits bone marrow transplant from donors that are partially compatible with the patient, in ...
*  Enigma (Company)
... compliance solutions that help prevent financial crime to tracking adverse effects of pharmaceuticals to enhance patient safety ... "Enigma Taps Industry Expert from American Express to Lead Financial Services Compliance Solutions". PRWeb. Retrieved 2017-09-28 ...
*  Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnoea
... particularly in patients with interstitial lung disease and reduced pulmonary compliance. Also, in the horizontal position ... Additionally, in patients with congestive heart failure the pulmonary circulation may already be overloaded because the failing ... Pulmonary congestion decreases when the patient assumes a more erect position, and this is accompanied by an improvement in ... but in patients in whom the additional volume cannot be pumped out by the left ventricle because of disease, there is a ...
*  Patient safety organization
... or compliance entity). Have the ability to collect and analyze data. Have mechanisms for communicating with a variety of health ... A patient involvement group, Patients for Patient Safety, built networks of patients' organizations from around the world, ... Patients for Patient Safety is part of the World Alliance for Patient Safety launched in 2004 by the WHO. The project ... A patient safety taxonomy was developed to classify data on patient safety problems. Prevalence studies conducted on patient ...
*  Patient check-in
Healthcare facilities are realizing that HIPAA compliance and efficiency are no longer optional if they want to provide quality ... The patient is often the one that suffers. When an electronic patient check-in process is implemented, patient tracking can ... As patient services were made more available, so was the need to have some method of tracking patients as they arrived. For ... As the patient progresses along their care path, say in a surgery center, patients can be assured the most prompt service when ...
*  Mission Hospital (Mission Viejo, California)
58361 patients visit the hospital's emergency room; a total of 18220 patients are admitted. Its physicians perform 4498 ... The new tower has external "X" beams incorporated into the exterior architecture for earthquake compliance, and this makes it ... In 1992 the five-story patient tower opened, making Mission Hospital the largest medical center in south Orange County with a ... The Mission Hospital opened on August 11, 1971 with 124 patient beds, 330 employees and a medical staff of 41 physicians ...
*  Prosthesis
... customize therapies based on patient's motor abilities, and assure compliance with treatment regimens and maintain patient's ... The percent that the patient pays varies on the type of insurance plan, as well as the limb requested by the patient.. In the ... depending on the type of limb desired by the patient. With medical insurance, a patient will typically pay 10%-50% of the total ... Once the patient is strong and comfortable with their new limb, they will not be required to go to therapy anymore. Throughout ...
*  Diabetic cardiomyopathy
Also, the diabetic patient may show subtle signs of diabetic cardiomyopathy related to decreased left ventricular compliance or ... An analysis of major clinical trials shows that diabetic patients with heart failure benefit from such a therapy to a similar ... 2004). "Evidence of left ventricular dysfunction in asymptomatic elderly patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus ... March 1994). "Atrial natriuretic factor in hypertensive and normotensive diabetic patients". Diabetes Care. 17 (3): 195-200. ...
*  SMART Retainer
In these cases, is the patient misreporting wear, or is the retainer at fault? Scientific Compliance (Atlanta, Ga) has invented ... The information is decrypted and analyzed, and can be shown to the patient in easy-to-understand charts. The orthodontist can ... Scientific Compliance . Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2009 Apr;135(4):549-51. Microsensor technology to help monitor ... Orthodontists often notice a discrepancy between what a patient reports about retainer wear and what a clinical examination ...
*  Death of Savita Halappanavar
Improving patient handover - RCOG Good Practice No 12' (Dec 2010). Compliance of guidelines on the consultants' ... "Investigation of Incident 50278 from time of patient's self referral to hospital on the 21st of October 2012 to the patient's ... "Investigation of Incident 50278 from time of patient's self referral to hospital on the 21st of October 2012 to the patient's ... It is recommended that such guidelines be developed for such patients as a matter of urgency and they should be explicit in the ...
*  Lactalbumin
Overall compliance was not different between treatment arms (42-44% or 13g/day). The patients treated with the cysteine-rich ... Patients took whey proteins without adverse side effects. In the 3 patients whose body weight had been stable in the preceding ... Sixty-six patients with Stage IIIB-IV non-small cell lung cancer were randomly assigned to IMN1207 or casein. Included were ... Seven patients with psoriasis were recruited to take a nondenatured bioactive whey protein isolate, 20g orally per day, in ...
*  Marijuana Policy Project
The "States' Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act" would have modified federal law so that individuals acting in compliance ... As a result, patients will not be allowed to smoke medical cannabis, the law will sunset after seven years, and there will be ... Patients and their families led the effort for years, and MPP played a major supporting role beginning in mid-2015, bringing on ... In May 2011, three bills to benefit medical marijuana patients and their providers were introduced in the U.S. House of ...
*  Zoom Video Communications
... for patients. It also allows for signed business associate agreements to maintain HIPAA compliance for adopters. In May 2017, ... Zoom for Telehealth - A video conferencing product specifically catering to healthcare providers for HIPAA compliance, ... allowing doctors to visit their patients through video for consultation. The solution, called Zoom for Telehealth, integrates ... providing doctors with virtual access to their patients and specialists, and integrating with healthcare-specific applications ...
*  Clinical sleep educator
... methods to improve and monitor compliance with prescribed treatment, and in general assists patients in eliminating barriers to ... The role of the CSE, as described in the BRPT website, is to communicate "with patients, families, and the community to educate ... "Education for Better Patient Outcomes: Becoming a Sleep Educator Conference evolves into Clinical Sleep Educator Certificate ... respiratory-care-sleep-medicine.advanceweb.com/Archives/Article-Archives/Education-for-Better-Patient-Outcomes.aspx . Donna ...
*  Bariatrics
Information to the Needs of the Individual Patient Sustains Interest in the Weight Loss Program and Increases Compliance: A ... Some improvement in patient psychological health is noted after bariatric surgery. Although diet, exercise, behavior therapy ... The combination of approaches used may be tailored to each patient. Bariatric treatments in youth must be considered with great ...
*  Patient Online
... improves compliance with medical advice, and saves time by reducing the demand for appointments and telephone calls. "Patients ... Patients have been able to book online appointments since at least 2009. Dr Amir Hannan pioneered record access for patients ... Patient Online is an NHS England programme to encourage GPs deliver the British government's promise to give patients in ... "Web records prove hit with patients". BBC News. 5 February 2007. Retrieved 26 April 2015. "Sharp rise in patients registering ...
*  Patient recruitment
... visit alerts ensure compliance as they contribute to keeping the study top-of-mind. Reminders may take the form of post cards, ... Patient referral follow-up: When a site may be short of staff or overwhelmed by a spike in patient referrals, a PRO may offer ... Presently, the patient recruitment industry is claimed to total $5.9 billion per year. Patient enrollment is the most time- ... Patient recruitment includes a variety of services-typically performed by a Patient Recruitment Service Provider-to increase ...
*  Patient safety
... improvement in compliance with quality measures, compared with the control hospitals. Dr. Arnold Epstein of the Harvard School ... World Alliance for Patient Safety: "Patient safety_a global priority" (PDF). (56.6 KiB) Editorial, December 2004 (retrieved on ... "Danish Act on Patient Safety" (PDF). Danish National Board of Health. "Danish Patient Safety Database 2007" (PDF). "Strategy". ... Recognizing that healthcare errors impact 1 in every 10 patients around the world, the World Health Organization calls patient ...
*  Advocate
Bar Council of India is the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India and also to ensure the compliance ... ". "Advocate" also has the everyday meaning of speaking out to help someone else, such as patient advocacy or the support ...
*  Electronic visit verification
ANI enables EVV companies to capture the billing telephone number of patients even if the patient uses caller ID blocking ... Companies use it for compliance and quality assurance. Employers of home healthcare providers use it to verify employee's ... and patient documentation. Nurses can update patient files with the system while also submitting working hours to their ... patients, schedules and patient care plans into the system automatically. Sends completed visit information, including care ...