ambulatory care


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ambulatory care

n
(Medicine) care given at a hospital to non-resident patients, including minor surgery and outpatient treatment
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National voluntary consensus standards for ambulatory care: An initial performance measure set.
Tribune News Network Doha HAMAD Medical Corporation's Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) is transforming the way children undergoing surgery under general anesthetic receive care by allowing parents to accompany their child into the operating theater and to stay with them while the anesthetic is being administered.
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) continues to expand the services it offers to patients with the move of all ENT (Ear, Nose Throat) day and inpatient surgery from Rumailah Hospital and Hamad General Hospital to one of its newest Medical City Hospitals -- the Ambulatory Care Center (ACC).
Dr Saad al-Kaabi and the team at the Ambulatory Care Centre
EwingCole's project for Memorial Sloan Kettering Ambulatory Cancer Center (pictured below) earned Best of Competition honors and also won the ambulatory care centers/outpatient clinics category.
([paragraph] Ambulatory/physician office included physician's offices, medical clinics, and other ambulatory care settings.
Jones Lang LaSalle's Project and Development Services group in the Northeast region was selected by Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk as project manager for the construction of a new ambulatory care center and a new parking garage, along with associated site work at the hospital.
The Urgent Care Association said it will discontinue its own accreditation program and instead will partner with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which currently provides an ambulatory care accreditation program.
-- Family physicians provide ambulatory care to a higher proportion of disadvantaged adults than do other specialists, including general internists, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group.
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations announced the 2006 National Patient Safety Goals and related requirements that will apply specifically to accredited ambulatory care facilities and offices in which surgery is performed.
* In the Ambulatory Care network, CMOs are discussing patient contact hours.
During the period of 1994-1999, California expanded Medi-Cal managed care from 16 to 50 percent statewide, in part, to improve beneficiaries' access to and quality of ambulatory care (Klein and Donaldson 2002).

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