hospital care

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: care - placing in medical care in a hospitalhospital care - placing in medical care in a hospital
medical aid, medical care - professional treatment for illness or injury
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Supply of 5,335 light terminals from the catalog of homologated goods, For primary care and hospital care centers of the andalusian health service
Hospital Care to cover hospitalization expenses due to sickness or injury, Major Medical Care enhances the limits of Hospital Care to cater for the costly medical treatment like major surgeries and prolonged hospitalization, Maternity Care covers the expenses incurred upon childbirth and its complications, Outpatient Care takes care of the medical expenses for problems that usually do not require hospitalization.
Boxing/MMA: The New York State Athletic Commission has proposed promoters of boxing and mixed martial arts events provide at least $1 million in medical, surgical and hospital care coverage for fighters suffering a life-threatening brain injury.
Global Hospital Care Partnering 2010-2016: Deal trends, players and financials provides comprehensive understanding and unprecedented access to the hospital care partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies
Pocket Book of Hospital Care for Children, second edition
The executing court informs the person to whom the measure ordered to medical treatment is required to be submitted immediately to the health unit where treatment is to be made, drawing his attention that, in case of violation of the measure, hospital care will be available.
Studies have shown that electronic health records (EHRs) increase the quality of hospital care, but patients at hospitals undergoing conversion to new electronic systems may experience a decrease in their quality of care, according to a recent Rand Corp.
The company operates under brands including Carema in Sweden, where it is a provider of primary healthcare, hospital care, specialist care clinics, and elderly care.
From 1990 to 1995, New York City's health care employment rose faster than the national average, but growth then slowed until 2002, when the pace quickened again; the 1995-2002 slowdown reflected slower growth in hospital care expenditures, while accelerated job growth after 2002 reflected strong growth in the elderly population and in home health care
Furthermore, French legislation does not allow patients, in the event of hospital care in another member state, to benefit from an identical reimbursement to the one that they would have been granted if they had been hospitalised in France, in violation of article 49 of the Treaty EC.
community agencies supporting mentally ill offenders ready to move from hospital care to the community.
The Health Disparities Myth is very strongly recommended to students of medicine, sociology, health care systems, and the ethics of medical treatment related to hospital care.

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