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Synonyms for ambulatory

a covered walkway (as in a cloister)

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able to walk about


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Eric Manheimer, Medical Director of Bellevue Hospital Center, adds that "the new ambulatory care building will provide attentive and state-of-the-art care to patients from all over the world who have made New York their home.
3) A 16-hours-a-day clinic operates in the Ambulatory Care Center building on a former hospital campus in Lancaster.
They logically knew that if they did not work together with Schwartz's group in making the ambulatory center a success, it would be built anyway, threatening their bottom line and restricting their ability to provide a range of services the community expected.
through its operating subsidiaries, is an independent provider of ambulatory cardiac monitoring services and a manufacturer and distributor of ambulatory cardiac monitoring devices in the United States.
10) They studied 32 subjects on two occasions using ambulatory double-probe pH monitoring, with the esophageal probe placed 5 cm above the LES and the proximal probe placed just below the UES.
Wallace said a multiservice ambulatory care center would offer more specialty services than a comprehensive health center.
Initially, the Medicare payment was 50 percent of the ambulatory surgery center and 50 percent of hospital-based costs.
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These methodologies have contributed to dramatic reductions in hospitalization rates in the United States, but relatively few efforts have addressed an equally important source of excess utilization: use of services by ambulatory patients.
CHS expects to issue series 2007 bonds during the first half of 2007 which will refinance the series 1997 issue as well as raise approximately $20 million of new money that will partially fund a new $50 million ambulatory pediatric clinical building.
Nearly two-thirds of all surgeries in the United States are performed in ambulatory (also known as outpatient) settings that do not include overnight hospital stays.
In the last half of the '80s, there was increasing talk about quality in the ambulatory environment.
In this research, Frost & Sullivans expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: health stations, sphygmomanometer, and ambulatory & automated blood pressure monitoring.
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Oversight of ambulatory care quality improvement activities remains a frontier to many physician executives.