In adults, the uncompensated
Jaffe CrCl was lower than the "Cr-EDTA clearance.
In fact, they inevitably lead to uncompensated
In addition to directing transplantation, Hobson will be responsible for the national Hill-Burton program for uncompensated
medical care, and the hospital mortgage insurance, loan and construction grant program.
care translated to $430 million in losses borne by California hospitals and physicians last year, he says.
losses to farming - without losses to diversified operations such as agri-tourism - was estimated by the NFU to be pounds 1b.
The most fundamental problem rests, simply, on the fact that since the price paid by a college's customers covers only a fraction of the cost of providing their education, rather than yielding additional net revenues, enrollment expansion (other things equal) will generate additional uncompensated
Other targets diagnose uncompensated
polarization effects occurring in instrument optics, ambient illumination in the measurement environment, and instrument calibration errors.
In 1999, hospitals took in $29 billion in uncompensated
The major programs funded by the settlement include health care for the uninsured, broad-based health research, home and community-based care, tobacco prevention and cessation programs, uncompensated
care, and an endowment account.
They'll also continue their uncompensated
personal appearances at high schools and colleges promoting healthy eating and body image perception.
Two new devices for uncompensated
volumetric fluid measurement and control have been introduced by Eaton Corp.-Durant Products.
Overall, because of the relatively high variation in patient costs, cost forecasting is one of the few ways that a SNF can both protect itself against unanticipated and uncompensated
expense and improve efficiency of patient management to assure margins.