preadmission


Related to preadmission: preadmission testing

preadmission

(ˌpriːədˈmɪʃən)
n
admission beforehand
adj
before admission
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States rate preadmission testing, preadmission certification, and lock-in as the most effective cost-containment methods.
This is done through a series of state-mandated services such as hospital preadmission authorization, post-treatment review and utilization of doctors and others who agree to be compensated in accordance with lower state and MCO fee schedules in exchange for increased patient volume.
in 1978 compiled cost differences produced by a combination of a new admission and scheduling control system, preadmission testing, concurrent review, and outpatient surgery.
Preadmission review (PAR) is designed for employers wishing to replace voluntary incentives with more disciplined measures.
Preadmission tests prior to nonemergency surgery will be performed on an outpatient basis, with participants becoming immediately eligible for sickness and accident benefits, rather t han after a waiting period.
The framework enables health practitioners to quickly identify and document patient care elements across the continuum of perioperative care, including preadmission, preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative phases.
Empowering the Surgical Patient: A Randomized, Prospective Analysis of an Innovative Strategy for Improving Patient Compliance to the Preadmission Showering Protocol.
Asghar Channa termed the preadmission entry test "a movement towards merit" which we would have to encourage.
Indications are that changes, including redistribution of various skilled nursing services and changes in some of the MDS assessment requirements, changes to concurrent therapy, drastically limiting the look-back into the preadmission period, and curtailing the use of therapy aides' minutes, may have significant impact for some providers.
To soothe frayed nerves in the preadmission season, the university has introduced ' web chat' this year.
This experience enabled Therese to achieve Clinical Nurse Specialist status as the parenthood class coordinator/ educator and as coordinator of the Preadmission Clinic.
Following approval by the Human Research Ethics Committee at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, male and female patients awaiting elective, non-cardiothoracic surgery, aged 18 years and over, and presenting to The Royal Melbourne Hospital Preadmission Clinic, were approached prior to review by nursing or medical staff and asked to participate in this survey.