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hospital order


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hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

Hospitallers, Order of

Hospital Order (mental health)

St John, Knights Hospitallers of the Order of

Does Computerized Provider Order Entry Reduce Prescribing Errors for Hospital Inpatients? A Systematic Review

Reduction in medication errors in hospitals due to adoption of computerized provider order entry systems

Computerized Physician Order Entry in U.S. Hospitals: Results of a 2002 Survey

Implementation of Hospital Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in a Rural State: Feasibility and Financial Impact

Key Attributes of a Successful Physician Order Entry System Implementation in a Multi-hospital Environment

The nephrological issues raised during the clinical sessions in the Old Order (Jewish) Hospital of Warsaw

Evaluation of medium-term consequences of implementing commercial computerized physician order entry and clinical decision support prescribing systems in two ‘early adopter’ hospitals

Computerized Physician Order Entry and Electronic Medical Record Systems in Korean Teaching and General Hospitals: Results of a 2004 Survey

Decreasing Preoperative Autologous Blood Donation: Collaboration Between a Hospital and a Blood Center to Prompt Change in Physician Ordering Behavior

Improving trustworthiness for the codes of International Classification of Diseases 11th version and reducing hospital readmissions in order to improve healthcare services

HUMPHRIS, Francis Howard (1866 - 1947), Major RAMC, TF, retired; Commander St John of Jerusalem; Chevalier of the Order of Leopold I; Freedom of the City of London; Livery Apothecaries Company; Prime Warden Blacksmiths Company, 1941–43; Third London General Hospital, Officer in Charge X-Ray Department and Department of Electro-Therapeutics Land Tax Commissioner for division of City of Westminster; Governor of Christ’s Hospital; Member of Lloyd’s

 

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An order of the Crown Court or a magistrates' court authorizing the detention in a specified hospital (for an initial period of six months, renewable by the hospital managers) of a convicted person suffering from mental disorder. Unless a restriction order has also been made, discharge while an order is in force may be authorized by the managers or the doctor in charge or directed by the Mental Health Review Tribunal.

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