• outcomes
  • Many are still very new or have been introduced in limited rollouts as demonstration projects and with preliminary results, without the requisite time to assess meaningful and sustained clinical outcomes. (ahajournals.org)
  • accurately
  • The 75% Rule was one of several criteria originally intended to distinguish between facilities that should be reimbursed under the acute care hospital prospective payment system (PPS), and those that should be reimbursed on a cost basis because the PPS diagnosis-related groups did not accurately account for the long lengths of stay and the additional cost of treating patients in inpatient rehabilitation facilities. (aha.org)
  • physicians
  • Clinical skills and knowledge accumulated by more experienced physicians can lead to improved quality of care. (bmj.com)
  • A systematic review of the relation between physician experience and quality of care found that older physicians might perform worse-older physicians have decreased clinical knowledge, adhere less often to standards of appropriate treatment, and perform worse on process measures of quality with respect to diagnosis, screening, and preventive care. (bmj.com)
  • patients
  • It enables us to classify patients in acute bed care by their clinical similarity and comparability of costs of their stay in the bed care establishment. (uzis.cz)
  • condition
  • Family planning visits, immunization visits, and visits to pharmacist, if condition for which the medication dispensed is unknown shall diagnosis on the APC form. (ihs.gov)
  • time
  • At the end of mapping, multiple entries in each HMCC-time cell are accumulated with the temporal resolution determined as a function of group size and temporal fidelity required for model building. (google.es)
  • d. creating at least one display for at least one individual showing, by each of said set of major clinical conditions over a time period, a representation of the MCC claim mappings, each MCC claim mapping being weighted by its respective cost identifier. (google.es)
  • found
  • Indians and Alaska Natives only who were screened in "Grouped Services" and found to have specific abnormal findings shall be reported on an individual "Ambulatory Patient Care Report" form. (ihs.gov)
  • version
  • With version OPS 2005 it accounted for the previously popular suffix "-301", since the application of OPS since that issue is no longer on § 301 SGB V is limited but by out-patient surgery in a hospital (§ 115b SGB V) and the ambulatory care established Doctors (§ 295 SGB V) includes. (wikipedia.org)
  • with effect as of January 1) the definition manual version 008.2011 was used, with the software for automated grouping of cases according to DRG, so-called grouper, version 008.2011, and binding methodology material and code lists for use in IR-DRG classification, version 008.2011. (uzis.cz)
  • major
  • For providers, the proposed rule's excessively narrow interpretation of the 75% Rule is a major change, since for many the interpretation is a significant departure from that previously communicated by FIs (other than Riverbend, as of 2001). (aha.org)
  • The diagnosis of major depressive disorder is based on the person's reported experiences and a mental status examination. (wikipedia.org)
  • application
  • While glutamine levels correlated inversely with inflammatory markers, and a CRP value of above 95.5 mg/L indicated potential glutamine deficiency, the clinical application of this finding needs further investigation. (biomedcentral.com)
  • costs
  • Annual per capita costs of these hospitalisations related to adverse drug reactions were € 3762 in the pre-progression stage and € 5523 in the post-progression stage. (springer.com)