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Variation in outpatient consultant physician fees in Australia by specialty and state and territory

Gary L Freed, Amy R Allen
2017 Medical Journal of Australia  
The new There were wide variations in bulk-billing rates and fees within specialties, between specialties, and between states and territories.  ...  Insurers are prohibited from covering outpatient physician consultation charges.  ...  Design, participants and setting: Analysis of 2015 Medicare claims data for an initial outpatient appointment with a consultant physician (Item 110) in 11 medical specialties representative of common adult  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja16.00653 pmid:28253468 fatcat:5lekny767jeetca6hhpoyzpqr4

The Vancouver Health Centre for Children: evolution of the outpatient department during a ten-year period

G C ROBINSON, J M MACLENNAN
1961 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
SUMMARY Twenty-five patients with severe hypertension were treated in 'the Hypertension Clinic at the Jewish Gen-eral Hospital, Montreal, with guanethidine for two to six months.  ...  certain cases, even with small amounts of the ganglion-blocking agents. Certain authors have reported the use of larger doses of guanethidine than were used in this study.  ...  Speech and Hearing, Refraction and Orthoptics, and Social Work comprise the bulk of the work in the specialty clinics.  ... 
pmid:13742288 pmcid:PMC1848162 fatcat:u7wln7hoonf6retpsxjl74h3ay

Page 63 of The American Psychologist Vol. 11, Issue 1 [page]

1956 The American Psychologist  
Maier will also carry the bulk of the graduate teaching and training in the field of industrial psychology.  ...  Kahn, associate professor; These three men will continue with their research responsibilities in the Institute for Social Research but together with Professor Norman R. F.  ... 

Statement of Principles Involved in the Use of Investigational Drugs in Hospitals

1958 American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy  
Outpatient dispensing D. Bulk compounding and preparation of sterile products E.  ...  Bulk compounding and prepackaging of non-sterile products Guide to Pharmacy Service The chief pharmacist and his appointed assistant shall be active members of the American Pharma- ceutical Association  ... 
doi:10.1093/ajhp/15.3.229 fatcat:iom75atntvb4dn4zgavr6fgx5e

Page 229 of American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy Vol. 15, Issue 3 [page]

1958 American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy  
Outpatient dispensing D. Bulk compounding and preparation of sterile products E.  ...  Bulk compounding and prepackaging of non-sterile products Guide to Pharmacy Service The chief pharmacist and his appointed assistant shall be active members of the American Pharma- ceutical Association  ... 

Revised Minimum Standard for Pharmacy Internship in Hospitals

1958 American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy  
Outpatient relationships. 9. Pricing prescriptions and the problems in- volved with social service and clinical rate- downs for indigent patients.  ...  Outpatient dispensing D. Bulk compounding and preparation of sterile products E.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ajhp/15.3.228 fatcat:fpfqpiagyzgjzoqngjbmrk6qgu

P061 Patient experience of telephone helpline service during the COVID-19 pandemic

Aneela T Devarakonda, Shaza Obaid, Chakameh Faqihinejad
2021 Rheumatology  
Other major outcomes were appointment with doctors and prescription renewals.  ...  This will allow the department to communicate with GPs within 48 hours of response; to alert them regarding changes in medications or other management recommendations. Disclosure A.T.  ...  P064 THE IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON OUTPATIENT SERVICES: AN ANALYSIS OF PATIENT FEEDBACK OF VIRTUAL OUTPATIENT CLINICS IN A TERTIARY TEACHING CENTRE WITH A FOCUS ON MUSCULOSKELETAL AND RHEUMATOLOGY  ... 
doi:10.1093/rheumatology/keab247.058 fatcat:www7fwbhebdddkpu3neszhn354

Workload changes during the COVID-19 pandemic and effects on the flow of cancer patients in the Maxillofacial Surgery Department

Ana Kvolik Pavić, Vedran Zubčić, Slavica Kvolik
2021 Medicinski Glasnik  
Conclusion A decrease in the number of outpatient visits, hospitalizations, and tumour removals may result in larger proportions of patients with advanced cancers in the future.  ...  A significant decrease in outpatient visits and hospital admissions continued after the lockdown (p<0.001).  ...  Figure 1 . 2020 Figure 2 .Figure 3 . 1202023 Comparison of outpatient appointments, emergency outpatient visits to the maxillofacial policlinic, and the number of hospital admissions to the Department  ... 
doi:10.17392/1308-21 pmid:33345530 fatcat:5mrednfjinbtjj3oswvrpy36lq

Queueing Models for Out-Patient Appointment Systems — a Case Study

M. Brahimi, D. J. Worthington
1991 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
BAILey (1952) A study of queues and appointment systems in hospital outpatient departments, with special reference to waiting times. J. R. Statist. Soc. B, 14, 185-199. . R.R. P. Jackson, J. D.  ...  In contrast, O’Keefe’ investigated the operations of an outpatient department using a qualita- tive approach.  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.1991.144 fatcat:l4oaacabr5cdlnpjk46gfmduvm

Page 308 of American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy Vol. 17, Issue 5 [page]

1960 American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy  
The first year of residency will consist of training in the various sub-divisions of the pharmacy department in accord- ance with prescribed rotational periods.  ...  Training will consist of outpatient dispensing, inpatient dis- pensing, bulk compounding of sterile and non-sterile products, and hospital pharmacy administration.  ... 

Queueing Models for Out-patient Appointment Systems—a Case Study

M Brahimi, D J Worthington
1991 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
BAILey (1952) A study of queues and appointment systems in hospital outpatient departments, with special reference to waiting times. J. R. Statist. Soc. B, 14, 185-199. . R.R. P. Jackson, J. D.  ...  In contrast, O’Keefe’ investigated the operations of an outpatient department using a qualita- tive approach.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj/jors/0420902 fatcat:3mdzq7fttbeanbr5xlzquyr5sy

The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Rehabilitation in Singapore

Dominic EH Chen, Elvina KW Tay, Pei Ling Tan, Moses MH Koh, Poo Lee Ong, Effie Chew, Yee Sien Ng, Peijing Su
2020 Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore  
-19 wards, general medicine wards and fever screening areas in emergency departments.  ...  Most outpatient rehabilitation services in acute hospitals were suspended during the COVID-19 lockdown period.  ... 
doi:10.47102/annals-acadmedsg.2020297 fatcat:bxijkard6zelro6kbglwpbkooe

Notes on Developing a General Medical Clinic

IVAN L. BUNNELL
1957 Academic Medicine  
One of the most encouraging aspects of the cur- rent year was the response of the attending staff, from the chief of the department to the men with junior appointments, in over-subscribing both the first  ...  and responsibility in patient care, and to be truly integrated into the structure of the outpatient department.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001888-195705000-00005 fatcat:umlgnfnxmrbrdgv3j7cioou4c4

Applying Discrete Event Simulation to Reduce Patient Wait Times and Crowding: The Case of a Specialist Outpatient Clinic with Dual Practice System

Weng Hong Fun, Ee Hong Tan, Ruzelan Khalid, Sondi Sararaks, Kar Foong Tang, Iqbal Ab Rahim, Shakirah Md. Sharif, Suhana Jawahir, Raoul Muhammad Yusof Sibert, Mohd Kamal Mohd Nawawi
2022 Healthcare  
Long wait times and crowding are major issues affecting outpatient service delivery, but it is unclear how these affect patients in dual practice settings.  ...  This study aims to evaluate the effects of changing consultation start time and patient arrival on wait times and crowding in an outpatient clinic with a dual practice system.  ...  The funder had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analysis, or interpretation of data; in the writing of, or in the decision to publish the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare10020189 pmid:35206804 pmcid:PMC8871892 fatcat:76gwxhrpfrg3tamgmaxobafdiu

Coordinating Medical and Nursing Records

L. A. Dickerson
1953 Public Health Reports (1896-1970)  
A majority of the clinic service records then in use were 5 inches by 8 inches in size but of different designs.  ...  Those patients who are to visit an outpatient clinic are then escorted with their records to the outpatient department of the hospital.  ... 
doi:10.2307/4588674 pmid:13121182 pmcid:PMC2024460 fatcat:qfg4734ul5hbbdw4suetg242uq
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