American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A patient who is admitted to a hospital or clinic for treatment that does not require an overnight stay.
“After your child completes the program, our team will see him in outpatient clinic to insure that his progress continues.”
“The fellow participates in outpatient clinics in hematology and oncology one day or two half days a week.”
“In the second year, the fellow spends one day a week in outpatient continuity clinic and laboratory researchers have an option to reduce this to every other week in year three.”
“Urine lead (UPb) in outpatient treatment of lead poisoning with dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA).”
“The fellow will participate in outpatient pain clinic evaluations and follow-up treatment and will have some additional opportunities for consultation and short-term treatment for patients with acute, inpatient pain issues.”
“(Patients) who received court orders for AOT appeared to experience a number of improved outcomes: reduced hospitalization and length of stay, increased receipt of psychotripic medication and intensive case management services, and greater engagement in outpatient services.”
“I found the doctor that was able to literally remove her golf ball sized tumor on her face, in outpatient surgery when she was only 14 months old.”
“State officials were less encumbered when Cho was under orders to obtain outpatient mental health treatment because he had been deemed a danger to himself.”
“Hospitals are bleeding money each month “because they have to pay more for temporary personnel and care for uninsured people who otherwise would have gone to Charity Hospital.” Hospital inpatient stays have become longer as there is no long term outpatient care or home care in New Orleans at present.”
“Effect of a short-term outpatient psychotherapy benefit on the utilization of medical services in a prepaid group practice medical program.”
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