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hospitalizations

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of hospitalization.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Program officials say the expected reduction in hospitalizations should offset the cost of the program.

    Online Pillbox Reminds Patients to Take Meds | Impact Lab

  • Even here, it causes a spike in hospitalizations for dehydration every year.

    Medpundit

  • The report did note that in 2007, the FDA began requiring dietary supplement manufacturers to report "serious adverse events," such as hospitalizations, birth defects or death.

    Report: FDA lacks authority over supplements

  • Just in 2007, the FDA began requiring dietary supplement manufacturers to report "serious adverse events," such as hospitalizations, birth defects or death.

    Report: FDA lacks authority over supplements

  • About one in five of the reports involved serious side effects, such as hospitalizations, said Jeffrey Linder, a Brigham & Women 's internist who led the study.

    Digital Records Spot Side Effects

  • Hard endpoints, such as hospitalizations and deaths, not surrogate endpoints, such as the frequently used proxy to assess the FDA's safety record (numbers of drugs recalled), should be the endpoints in the analysis.

    Are Big Pharma and the PDUFA to Blame for Healthcare Mess?

  • Under the proposal, Medicare would increase scrutiny of plans that don't cap a patient's annual out-of-pocket costs at $3,400 or less, and it would review cost sharing for services such as hospitalizations and outpatient services.

    Less of an 'Advantage'?

  • The agency will also keep an eye on patient charges for services and medical equipment often linked to chronic illnesses, such as hospitalizations, nursing-home care and wheelchairs.

    Health Plans: New Safeguards

  • When children have gaps in coverage and do not get timely preventive care, they often end up requiring more expensive health care, such as hospitalizations and emergency room visits.

    Donna Norton: Peaceful Revolution: The Momonomics of Healthcare for Kids

  • As we reported in our story in The Atlantic, the FDA directed Roche to state on the drug's label the following caveat: "Tamiflu has not been proven to have a positive impact on the potential consequences (such as hospitalizations, mortality, or economic impact) of seasonal, avian, or pandemic influenza."

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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