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Longer stays experienced by Medicaid patients may be attributed to restricted access to health care resulting in sicker patients, while Medicare patients, who show the longest stays, tend to be older with multiple health problems that would require longer hospitalization, the research firm postulates.
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Hospital stays for adults because of overuse of opioids rose by more than 150% from 1993 to 2012, and stays for those 45 years and older increased at a higher rate, data on opioid misuse from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality show.
4CHOICE and earn 3,000 bonus points per stay after 2 stays (maximum 50,000 bonus points).
In 2012, the highest numbers of tourist arrivals and overnight stays ever were recorded in Slovenia; almost 3,298,000 tourist arrivals were registered in tourist accommodations, which is 2% more than in 2011.
If you have trained different types of stays, using a distinct cue for each can help your dog understand what is expected.
The report found that the majority of these stays were related to mood disorders (34%), schizophrenic and psychotic disorders (21%) or substance-related disorders (14%).
Nursing homes aren't quite the long-term stays they used to be for many residents.
Besides, John's Prologue gives the answer: Jesus pitches a tent, stays, with us.
There were 27,025 patient stays measured in the 2001-2002 dataset, and 28,321 patient stays measured in the 2000 to 2001 dataset.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-8 July 2002-Overnight stays in Norwegian holiday dwellings increase (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
For example, the average length of stay for all stays of one day or longer is only 521 days, or about 17 months.
As most credit executives know, upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition (voluntary or involuntary), an automatic stay is effective which stays or enjoins the commencement or continuation of any action to collect a debt against the debtor and any action to gain possession of assets of the debtor.
Contrary to popular myth, shorter hospital stays after birth stemmed from the desires of families, rather than from a cost-cutting frenzy by insurers.
The crux of the problem was that while Justices Warren Burger, Byron White, Lewis Powell, William Rehnquist, and Sandra Day O'Connor could prevent the court from issuing stays of execution, they could not prevent the remaining minority from making two other kinds of decisions central to the consideration of capital cases.