Previous analyses of the data showed lower healthcare resource utilization and costs among other positive outcomes.
What does HRU stand for?
HRU stands for Healthcare Resource Utilization
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- Healthy & Ready to Work
- Historic River Towns of Westchester (Hudson River Valley; New York)
- Hospital Radio Tunbridge Wells (UK)
- Human Right to Water
- Hawaii Regional Tsunami Warning Network
- Ham Radio University
- Hardcopy Reconstruction Unit
- HDSL Repeater Unit (telecommunications)
- Heading Reference Unit
- Health Research Unit
- Hearings and Release Unit
- Heat Recovery Unit
- Herington Regional Airport, Herington, Kansas, USA (airport code)
- Hi-current Relay Unit
- High Risk Unit
- Higher Reasoning Unit
- Hose Recovery Unit (firefighting equipment)
- How Are You
- Human Reproduction Update (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology)
- Human Resources Unlimited
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Managing these risks can have a bottom line impact by reducing healthcare resource utilization through early identification and management of potentially high expense conditions.
Albany Medical Center Researchers concluded that suboptimal Emergency Department CTPA interpretations to rule out PE can substantially impact healthcare resource utilization and increase healthcare costs.
Specific benefits of Patient Disease Registries include: --providing opportunities to rapidly populate databases with real-world safety and efficacy information that can be analyzed and disseminated in a timely manner using multiple formats --creating insights into therapy utilization patterns, product performance, quality-of-life measures, healthcare resource utilization and cost analyses, and the impact of behavior change initiatives such as national guidelines and local protocols --offering an ideal tool for reaching out in a clinically meaningful and credible way to the general medical community --providing multiple communication and medical education opportunities --early identification of clinical trends that can subsequently be evaluated more thoroughly in randomized trials.
which was a 43 patient study concluding that RSV disease causes significant in-patient and out-patient healthcare resource utilization and that prophylaxis with RespiGam(R) (Respiratory Syncytial Virus Immune Globulin Intravenous (Human)) reduced resource utilization.
Katzen, the Medical Director at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, highlighted that this novel catheter-based approach "stands to make a major impact on healthcare resource utilization.