Generally, patient wait
times are measured from receipt of referral by a hospital, to the start of treatment.
claimed he never dug up any ground on Burris' property, and all the work was preapproved by the subdivision's Property Owners Association.
The measure of wait
evaluation was taken from Hui and Zhou (1996).
in this manner is to live radically attuned to a will and a purpose other than our own; it is to relinquish control over the future in order to let God set the parameters and plot the course.
We eventually reach the hospital only to be told that the specialist hadn't time to wait
but we will be seen by someone else if only we would wait
3 : to remain not done or dealt with <The chore can wait
The Dallas-based MSPA said its study also showed Bristol Farms has a "return ratio" of 100 percent, indicating the high likelihood that respondents would return to the location, based only on wait
for report cards, high school seniors for acceptance (or rejection) letters.
How long should I wait
to date the guy who dated my friend?
According to annual surveys of Canadian physicians, the median wait
for treatment after a referral from a general practitioner jumped by 90 percent between 1993 and 2003--from 9.
NEW ORLEANS -- More time spent with the physician was associated with increased patient satisfaction in a recent study--particularly when wait
times were long, Jennifer Lessig reported at the southern regional meeting of the American Federation for Medical Research.
Participants responded to a four-item survey addressing waiting room and examination room wait
times, overall satisfaction with wait
time, and time spent with the physician, said Ms.
Survey results: Waiting periods ranged from 1 to 12 months; 58% required employees to wait
A run chart is a graph plotting the average wait
time on the y axis and the day of the month on the x axis.