Inpatient Care Sample Clauses

Inpatient Care. The applicable Vectrus Welfare Plan shall be liable for ongoing inpatient care (such as continuous hospitalization) that is provided without interruption before and after the Welfare Plan Implementation Date.
Inpatient Care. We will indemnify the Medical Expenses incurred on the Insured Person’s Hospitalization during the Policy Period following an Illness or Injury that occurs during the Policy Period, provided that:
Inpatient Care. Members enrolled in a CMO that are hospitalized in an inpatient facility will remain the responsibility of that CMO until they are discharged from the facility, even if they change to a different CMO, or they become eligible for coverage under FFS Medicaid during their inpatient stay.
Inpatient Care. An overnight stay in a hospital, hospice, or residential medical care facility. • Inpatient care includes any period of incapacity or any subsequent treatment in connection with the overnight stay. Continuing Treatment by a Health Care Provider (any one or more of the following) Incapacity Plus Treatment: A period of incapacity of more than three consecutive, full calendar days, and any subsequent treatment or period of incapacity relating to the same condition, that also involves either: o Two or more in-person visits to a health care provider for treatment within 30 days of the first day of incapacity unless extenuating circumstances exist. The first visit must be within seven days of the first day of incapacity; or, o At least one in-person visit to a health care provider for treatment within seven days of the first day of incapacity, which results in a regimen of continuing treatment under the supervision of the health care provider. For example, the health provider might prescribe a course of prescription medication or therapy requiring special equipment.
Inpatient Care. Inpatient care means treatment for which the insured person has to stay in a hospital for more than 24 hours for a covered event.
Inpatient Care. The CONTRACTOR shall provide for methods of assuring the appropriateness of inpatient care. Such methodologies shall be based on individualized determinations of medical necessity in accordance with UM policies and procedures and, at a minimum, shall include the items specified in subparagraphs through below:
Inpatient Care. The applicable Bandwidth Welfare Plan will be liable for the portion of ongoing inpatient care that is provided before the Welfare Plan Implementation Date, and the applicable Republic Wireless Welfare Plan will be responsible for the portion of ongoing inpatient care that is provided after the Welfare Plan Implementation Date.
Inpatient Care. Portree Hospital is a 12 bedded unit which is located adjacent to Portree Medical Centre. There is 24/7 nursing care and access to 24/7 medical cover. The medical input is provided by GPs from Portree Medical Centre (8am-6pm). The Unit mostly provides care of the elderly and rehabilitation services. Xx XxxXxxxxx Memorial Hospital is a 20-bedded unit providing intermediate care encompassing assessment, resuscitation and stabilisation of acutely ill patients with medical input provided by Rural Practitioners (RPs). RPs are not common roles in Scotland but have been developed in Skye over the last decade or so in response to particular circumstances. RPs are ‘specialist generalists’. They are GPs with enhanced skills in emergency, resuscitation and anaesthetics allowing the hospital to function at a higher level than most community hospitals. They have particular advantages in small hospital settings when the volume of work, especially out of hours is low and variable. RPs are able to assess and stabilise patients who come to A&E with trauma, medical or surgical condition. Unlike an A&E consultant they also provide inpatient care. RPs work shifts (not on call) and so are in the hospital 24/7 providing senior medical cover. The medical model in Xx XxxXxxxxx is unique in Highland and it offers a higher level of acute care than Portree Community Hospital, or indeed other community hospitals. Both hospitals currently face delay in discharging patients due to a lack of capacity in care at home, community integrated teams and care homes. This is especially so at weekends and it is intended that 7 day working will be more possible through disinvestment in hospital care and greater resource invested in the community.
Inpatient Care. The patient (🞏 has been / 🞏 is expected to be) admitted for an overnight stay in a hospital, hospice, or residential medical care facility on the following date(s):