nonhospital

nonhospital

(ˌnɒnˈhɒspɪtəl)
adj
not related to, identified with, or taking place in a hospital
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Although the composition of laboratory practice types varies from year to year, practice types reported in the last year of the study were 47.6% (490 of 1030) voluntary nonprofit hospital, 13.1% (135 of 1030) proprietary hospital, 12.4% (128 of 1030) regional/local/ independent hospital, 8.8% (91 of 1030) city/county/state hospital, 5.7% (59/1030) university hospital, 2.8% (29/1030) armed services hospital, 2.6% (27 of 1030) clinic/group/ doctor office practice, 2.3 (24 of 1030) veterans hospital, 4.4% (45 of 1030) national/corporate reference labs, and 0.2% (2 of 1030) public health nonhospital. This broad representation allows an evaluation of clinical diagnostic skills from a variety of practice situations.
Examining the bond allocations by purpose for 2009, overall, 34.1 percent of the amount of new money long-term private activity bond proceeds was for qualified IRC section 501(c)(3) nonhospital organizations.
Additionally, under the Cal/OSHA ATD standard and the federal reauthorization of the Ryan White Act, ([section]) hospital A was required to notify other employers of potentially exposed nonhospital employees, such as paramedics, fire fighters, and police.
The American College of Cardiology (ACC) expects the proposals to result in payment cuts to cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac computed tomography, and nonhospital cardiac catheterization services.
The rule's drafters decided that time spent training under volunteer physicians in the community did not meet requirements that hospitals pay virtually all of the supervisory costs when residents rotate to nonhospital sites.
Modalities include hospital inpatient, nonhospital residential, outpatient, and methadone/LAAM.
More than three-fourths of the patients were in outpatient treatment, with 11% in nonhospital residential treatment and 2% in inpatient hospital facilities.
"Those all can be provided in a nonhospital setting."
The report, "Academic Health Centers: Leading Change in the 21st Century," included a recommendation that Congress should create a dedicated fund to support innovation in clinical education, such as testing new educational approaches in hospital and nonhospital settings and evaluating curricular and other needed reforms.
Today, most are performed in nonhospital facilities (the so-called freestanding clinics) and a minority take place in physicians' offices.
Experts estimate that by 2005, nonhospital care will capture 20% to 30% of the demand for acute hospital services (Murphy, 1998).
Our study suggests it is unlikely that the BBA's rehab cap will realize any budgetary savings, particularly given the second option: shifting the delivery of service from a nonhospital setting with limited spending to a hospital-based rehab setting with an unlimited budget.