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Topic: Inpatient


  
  Green Bay - Adolescent Inpatient
The Libertas inpatient unit is in a comfortable setting, staffed by registered nurses around the clock.
Inpatient treatment therefore is for adolescents when they need a highly structured, medically supervised atmosphere to begin their recovery from addiction.
The Inpatient Program begins with nursing assessment, physical exam by a physician, psychological evaluation by a licensed psychologist, and a thorough evaluation by an alcohol and chemical dependency counselor.
www.libertascenter.org /greenbay/adolescentinpatient.html   (230 words)

  
 CAFS-ABout-New
Inpatient treatment may be the best route for recovery when a teen has a problem with alcohol or other drugs.
To determine whether inpatient or outpatient treatment is more appropriate, a counselor will speak to the teen about the amount and frequency of his or her chemical use.
The inpatient programs also urge their patients to get involved with a support group such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA) so they will have a support system when they are released.
www.educ.indiana.edu /cas/tt/v3i3/inpatient.html   (451 words)

  
 Chapter 4 Utilization of Inpatient Beds
Although national discussions generally describe inpatient usage within both state-operated and general hospital sectors, of particular concern to state mental health directors is the utilization of state-operated inpatient beds, because this commitment of resources has historically been excluded from Federal cost sharing through Medicaid reimbursement.
The adult inpatient census was approximately 4,366 on April 1, 2001, a decrease of 2,083 from 1997.
For inpatient bed use, individuals and their families are unlikely to be able to use beds when needed if capacity is inconsistent with local need.
www.omh.state.ny.us /omhweb/statewideplan/2004/5070408Chapter04.htm   (5950 words)

  
 NGC - NGC Summary
Criteria from inpatient programs substantially overlapped in their admission criteria guidelines, as did the criteria of community- and university-based physicians who did not have inpatient programs.
Inpatient care differs depending on the type of facility and the nature of the headache.
Although community-based inpatient treatment, regional or university centers, and dedicated headache inpatient treatment centers may all share the common elements of IV protocols and 24-hour nursing care, significant differences exist in the level and sophistication of other aspects of medical management, the diversity and coordination of multidisciplinary services, and the intractability of the patient population.
www.guideline.gov /summary/summary.aspx?view_id=1&doc_id=5968   (2232 words)

  
 Stanford Inpatient Psychiatry - Psychiatry Department - Stanford University School of Medicine
H2 is the acute, inpatient adult psychiatry ward for Stanford Hospital.
The geropsychiatric inpatient program is designed to provide crisis intervention, comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and state-of-the-art treatment.
Of the patients evaluated 42% discharged to the community, 44% of patients are admitted to the Stanford inpatient psychiatric wards, 12% of patients are transferred to county psychiatric hospitals or VA hospital and 2% of patients are admitted to a Stanford non-psychiatric ward (medicine, neurology, surgery, trauma, etc.).
psychiatry.stanford.edu /residents/inpatient.html   (1090 words)

  
 Benefits - Inpatient
All inpatient stays must be preapproved by Keystone at least five working days before admission, except for an Emergency admission.
The available inpatient mental health, serious mental illness and substance abuse days may be exchanged on a two-for-one basis for partial hospitalization sessions and/or outpatient visits.
Inpatient rehabilitation therapy provided by a hospital, a skilled nursing facility, or a rehabilitation hospital.
www.ibx.com /htdocs/custom/chip_manual/benefits_inpatient.html   (1042 words)

  
 Medicaid  Explanation of Wisconsin Medicaid Inpatient Hospital Rates and Weights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Below is a brief overview of how Wisconsin Medicaid reimbursement to hospitals is determined for inpatient and outpatient services that are provided by hospitals to eligible fee-for-service Wisconsin Medicaid Program recipients.
A payment rate per inpatient discharge will be calculated for and assigned to each hospital by the Department of Health and Family Services for the rate year.
Each inpatient hospital claim is tested to determine whether the claim qualifies for a cost outlier payment.
www.dhfs.state.wi.us /medicaid4/drg/drg.htm   (784 words)

  
 AxiomX Inpatient Manager
Inpatient Manager is designed to help teams of physicians manage the sign-in/sign-out process in an organized and efficient way, ultimately improving patient care.
Inpatient Manager can create an unlimited number of databases - each with a limit of 32,000 patient records, and each record can accommodate a virtually unlimited amount of text.
Databases created with Inpatient Manager are easy to navigate and manage, and individual records are easy to keep.
www.axiomx.com /InpatientManager/index.htm   (165 words)

  
 Department of Rehabilitation Medicine - Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Inpatient rehabilitation is often the first step on the road to independence.
The goals of inpatient rehabilitation are to maximize independence and facilitate a smooth transition to the next setting, be it the home, subacute rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, or long-term care.
An inpatient brochure is provides details about your inpatient stay, from your class schedule to visiting hours to your rights as a patient at The Mount Sinai Medical Center.
www.mssm.edu /rehab/patient_services/msrc_inpatient.shtml   (154 words)

  
 Inpatient Services
Inpatient hospital services are those services and items normally furnished by a hospital for the care and treatment of patients.
Inpatient hospitals are reimbursed at a ratio of cost to charge Guidelines.
Inpatient reimbursement for ancillary services is the total of the claims billed amount times the RCC percentage for each allowable detail line.
www.dhs.state.ri.us /dhs/heacre/provsvcs/manuals/hospital/inpat.htm   (2812 words)

  
 Depression Inpatient Treatment
A person in need of depression inpatient treatment can get the help he or she needs at Casa Palmera’s depression inpatient treatment center by calling 1-888-481-4481.
Likewise, a psychological assessment helps the depression inpatient treatment center team develop a plan to address additional psychological difficulties, such as anxiety, that may have developed along with the depression.
Often, those participating in a depression inpatient treatment centers plan need the strength and support they gain by discussing their depression with others who have shared their same struggles.
depressioninpatienttreatment.com   (439 words)

  
 Blythedale Children's Hospital Inpatient Programs
The Inpatient service (92 beds) provides comprehensive medical and rehabilitative care to children from birth to 19 years whose complex medical conditions require hospital care.
The inpatient service is divided into three units: Green (infants and toddlers), Yellow (toddlers and school age children) and Blue (adolescents).
Specialized inpatient programs include: complex medical management; ventilator weaning; the technology dependent program; traumatic brain injury; inpatient rehabilitation; and a special program designed to train the caregivers of technologically dependent children.
www.blythedale.org /physicians/inpatient.asp   (848 words)

  
 Facilities Offering Hospital Inpatient Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Of the nine-tenths (88 percent) of facilities offering inpatient hospital care that were located in or operated by hospitals, 21 percent were associated with psychiatric hospitals, while the remainder were operated by general or "other" hospitals.
Of clients in hospital inpatient facilities, 52 percent were in rehabilitation and 48 percent were in detoxification.
Hospital inpatient facilities associated with and those not associated with a hospital were equally likely to offer both detoxification and rehabilitation treatment (46 and 47 percent, respectively).
www.oas.samhsa.gov /2k3/hospitalTX/hospitalTX.htm   (1079 words)

  
 NYU SoM Neurology - Inpatient
Inpatient neurology rotations at NYU provide an extraordinarily well-rounded experience and exposure to a wide spectrum of neurological disorders and conditions.
The inpatient service provides a comprehensive interdisciplinary evaluation for patients with dementia, gait disorders, stroke, seizure, pain conditions and other neurological diagnoses.
On the inpatient ward, NYU psychiatry residents and medical students fulfill their training requirements and add to the wealth of attention and professionalism in patient care at the VA.
www.med.nyu.edu /Neuro/training/neuropsych/inpatient.html   (1122 words)

  
 ADHS - Hospital  inpatient discharge statistics by Drug-related discharges
Table D1 Inpatient discharges related to poisoning by drugs, medicinal and biological substances by age group, gender, race/ethnicity and county of residence, Arizona, 2005
Notes: An inpatient discharge occurs when a person who was admitted to a hospital leaves that hospital.
The first-listed (or primary) diagnosis was used to identify the inpatient hospitalizations or emergency room visits for drug dependence and drug abuse (ICD-9-CM codes 292, 304, 305.2-305.9, 760.70, 760.72-760.79, 965.0-965.02, 965.09, 967.0, 969.0, 969.4-969.7) in Tables E1-E6.
www.azdhs.gov /plan/hip/for/substance/index.htm   (703 words)

  
 Inpatient Care
Though inpatient admissions occur less frequently in today's psychiatric system of care than in the past, brief hospitalization may be appropriate for a patient who needs to be medically stabilized, or evaluated prior to treatment in a less intensive setting.
Inpatient services at The Institute are available for children, adolescents, adults and older adults, as well as for specific patient populations.
Treatment plans for inpatients are highly individualized, as is the case in other parts of the system.
www.instituteofliving.org /Programs/inpatient.html   (291 words)

  
 Inpatient Management, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Inpatient Management, Inc., based in St. Louis, Missouri, is a national provider of comprehensive inpatient management services — physicians and other health care delivery professionals working inside the hospital or post—acute care setting to efficiently manage the care of patients.
Through IMI's comprehensive inpatient delivery model, our clinical and management services professionals deliver an exceptional standard of seamless, quality patient care across the extended inpatient care continuum.
The IMI inpatient management team of experienced inpatient physicians and support staff diligently manage, communicate and reassess care needs for the most appropriate setting.
www.inpatient.com /about.html   (288 words)

  
 UHS - Medical Services - Inpatient Services
UHS operates an inpatient unit to care for patients who need overnight care.
Inpatient Services provides nursing care to students to allow them to remain in the academic environment while receiving medical and psychological treatments.
A neighboring Parent’s Suite is available for parents who wish to stay overnight while their child is an inpatient or hospitalized locally.
www.princeton.edu /uhs/ss_m_inpatient.html   (138 words)

  
 Overview
Section 1886(d) of the Social Security Act (the Act) sets forth a system of payment for the operating costs of acute care hospital inpatient stays under Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) based on prospectively set rates.
This payment system is referred to as the inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS).
Under the IPPS, each case is categorized into a diagnosis-related group (DRG).
www.cms.hhs.gov /AcuteInpatientPPS   (466 words)

  
 NGC - NGC Summary
A meeting organized under the auspices of the United States Headache Guidelines Consortium was held on April 9, 1999, in New York City to evaluate inpatient treatment of headache in the United States.
Current treatment criteria for inpatient care, survey data of the potential role of treatment, and outcomes data were presented and discussed.
Each of the authors was part of the writing committee each with specific areas that they were responsible for conducting the literature reviews and submitting a portion of the original document for editing and review.
www.guideline.gov /summary/summary.aspx?ss=15&doc_id=5968&nbr=3927   (2905 words)

  
 Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation - Betty Ford Center Inpatient
Inpatient Treatment requires that patients live in one of the on-campus residence halls.
The Inpatient Program fee includes one family member attending the Family Program at no additional cost.
The most common length of stay for first-time inpatient treatment is 30 days.
www.bettyfordcenter.org /programs/inpatient.php   (150 words)

  
 Inpatient Services at New England Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
We offer complex medical management, pulmonary care and rehabilitation, critical care, acute rehabilitation, as well as cardiac and cancer care.
With a reputation for excellence, Sinai has created a 30-bed inpatient satellite in association with Tufts-New England Medical Center.
Sinai’s newest Inpatient Satellite at Caritas Carney Hospital is fully staffed with attending pulmonologists and internal medicine physicians, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, nurses, physical and occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists.
www.newenglandsinai.org /inpatient.html   (271 words)

  
 Inpatient overview
Inpatient training occurs on the pediatric floors at MGH, including Ellison 17 and 18.
Inpatient attendings attend work rounds and morning report, teach, provide support to the senior resident running the team, and manage patients admitted to the general ward service together with the house staff.
We are proud of the close faculty-house staff relations that should encourage self-learning and guide residents to key learning resources.
www.mgh.harvard.edu /mghfc/residency/inpatient_overview.htm   (276 words)

  
 Mood Disorders Center, Inpatient   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The OT evaluates each patient within 48 hours of admission to the inpatient unit to develop a schedule of groups for the patient to attend.
The OT conducts the groups and then attends rounds to discuss with the treatment team how s/he feels the patients are performing in areas that are affected by depression or bipolar disorder such as concentration, irritability, and problem solving.
The ratio of patient to nurse is usually four patients to one nurse.
www.hopkinsmedicine.org /Psychiatry/Moods/inpatient.html   (513 words)

  
 Citrus: Inpatient mental health care ends in county as Oaks closes
Inpatient mental health care ends in county as Oaks closes
The state received the lowest score possible in terms of access to inpatient services, according to a recent study by the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
But because of advances in treatment, the hospital saw a gradual decline in the number of mentally ill patients needing hospitalization, she said.
www.sptimes.com /2006/10/29/Citrus/Inpatient_mental_heal.shtml   (907 words)

  
 Hospital Inpatient Statistics, 1996   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The NIS is useful for developing national estimates, for analyzing national trends, and for research that requires a large sample size (e.g., care patterns for rare conditions such as congenital anomalies, frequency and distribution of uncommon procedures such as organ transplantations, and hospitalization utilization for population subgroups such as children).
Because administrative data on inpatient stays were not created for research purposes, there may be problems with the reliability and validity of certain data elements.
Because the unit of analysis for this study is the inpatient stay rather than the patient, principal diagnoses and procedures are employed to reduce double-counting of stays.
www.ahrq.gov /data/hcup/his96/clinclas.htm   (3546 words)

  
 Inpatient Programs
In addition, by living in the hospital as an inpatient, the individual receives the benefit of 24-hour care and the increased support of a peer group.
An Inpatient Program is appropriate for any young person who has lost control of his or her chemical use or gambling.
The length of inpatient treatment is tailored to meet each patient's unique needs and usually lasts between four and six weeks.
www.addictionrecov.org /trtinpat.htm   (1130 words)

  
 UD Student Health Service: Inpatient Services
Patients can be admitted by SHS staff physicians/nurse practitioners for illness requiring diagnostic testing and observation, treatment and isolation of infectious disease, and for injury requiring inpatient care.
The Inpatient Service is staffed by registered nurses and licensed practical nurses on a 24 hour, 7 day a week basis during the academic year.
There is no Inpatient Service during the summer, or during semester break periods and university holidays when the residence halls are closed.
www.udel.edu /shs/inpatient.html   (180 words)

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