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utilization review


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utilization review

utilization review

A systematic review of antibiotic utilization in China

Drug utilization review of celecoxib in Ontario

Utilization Review: A Powerful Social Work Role in Health Care Settings

Reliability of a hospital utilization review method in Turkey

Migrants’ utilization of somatic healthcare services in Europe—a systematic review

A concise review of lobster utilization by worldwide human populations from prehistory to the modern era

Home Health Care Utilization: A Review of the Research for Social Work

Impact of user fees on maternal health service utilization and related health outcomes: a systematic review

Comparing Results of Concurrent and Retrospective Designs in a Hospital Utilization Review

An experience of utilization review in Europe: sequel to a BIOMED project

Utilization of extended donor criteria in liver transplantation: a comprehensive review of the literature

Physicians’ and pharmacists’ perceptions on real-time drug utilization review system: a nationwide survey

Overcoming Structural Constraints to Patient Utilization of Electronic Medical Records: A Critical Review and Proposal for an Evaluation Framework

Improving Appropriateness of Blood Utilization Through Prospective Review of Requests for Blood Products: The Role of Pathology Residents as Consultants

Book review. Conservation of genetic resources - costs and implications for a sustainable utilization of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture. D Virchow

A review on utilizing Bosmina size structure archived in lake sediments to infer historic shifts in predation regimes

P434 Medical resource utilization and associated costs in patients with ulcerative colitis in the UK: A chart review analysis

 

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In the evaluation of health care, the process of assessing how services are used, by whom, under what circumstances, and with what outcomes.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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