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Synonyms for continuity

Synonyms for continuity

Synonyms for continuity

uninterrupted connection or union

a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot

the property of a continuous and connected period of time

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Woods, "Gaps in the Continuity of Care and Patient Safety," British Medical Journal 320 (2000), 791-94.
American Correctional Association Standard 3-4330 states: "Written policy, procedure and practice require continuity of care from admission to discharge from the facility, including referral to community care when indicated.
eHealth Technologies improves continuity of care to enhance patient and physician satisfaction by streamlining and largely automating transitions of care and by providing any external medical record and diagnostic quality image - when and where it is needed.
The results did not support our hypothesis that good continuity of care on its own decreases the risk of medical errors," he said.
Although continuity of care should be assessed over a relatively long period of time to identify patients at risk for poor outcomes, the temporal units of measurement should be short enough to identify clinically relevant gaps in service use patterns.
About eHealth Technologies(TM) eHealth Technologies is the leading provider of continuity of care solutions, serving leading health information exchanges (HIEs) and over half of the nation's top 100 hospitals, including 13 of the top 18 U.
Complaints about quality of services and continuity of care, and job uncertainty were raised as more than half of all of the home contracts were shifted from non-profit organizations to for profit companies.
Working with hospitalists also provides a continuity of care,'' he said.
While continuity of care delivery by the same resident or faculty member is the expressed goal, the mechanics of the rotation schedules make this an uncommon event.
In combination, the new technologies will support GHS in developing an electronic health record (EHR) that spans both inpatient and outpatient settings for greater continuity of care regardless of where patients seek medical services.
The innovative technology automates the monitoring of the patient's vital signs and assists in recording patient interactions, ensuring Complete Continuity of Care during the medical transport.
There can be no quality of care or continuity of care until "the 'managed competition business model' and the profit home care agencies are removed from the delivery of health services.
We will work with our members to provide seamless transition to other plans to ensure continuity of care to all our members, with special emphasis on those that are currently in treatment,'' said Susan Blais, chief operating officer and executive vice president of Maxicare.
At the same time, the lack of ties between the VA hospitals and long-term care facilities outside of the VA system complicated referrals and compromised continuity of care.
It may help to think of continuity of care as being supported by a tripod.
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