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What does ILOS stand for?

ILOS stands for Inpatient Length of Stay (Australia)


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Issues and trends explored in this study include: World demographics Increasing life expectancy worldwide Growing incidence of disease Steady surgical procedure volumes Infusion pump recalls Reducing medication errors with new infusion pumps Smart pump technology Home infusion trends Connectivity solutions and wireless networks EMRs and infusion pump solutions Infusion pump rentals and leasing Infusion pumps and 'High-Alert' medications Reducing hospital inpatient length of stay and increases in home health care Medical device growth in emerging markets
The "Impact of Oral Nutrition Supplements on Hospital Outcomes in Pediatric Patients" study is an 11-year retrospective data analysis assessing the effect of oral nutritional supplement use on inpatient length of stay and hospital stay cost in hospitalized children.
By contracting this service the inpatient length of stay for the Trust will be reduced along with the overall spell length of stay for the services provided.
With hospitals having the incentive to limit inpatient length of stay, the SNF can fill its need for a venue that would provide a lower level of care but still keep the patient within the hospital's continuum of care.
The goal of the program is to provide intensive case management and outreach to reduce frequency of visits to the emergency room, reduce inpatient length of stay and readmissions, and assist patients in improving their health and quality of life.
Issues and trends explored in this study include: World demographics Increasing life expectancy worldwide Growing incidence of disease Steady surgical procedure volumes Infusion pump recalls Reducing medication errors with new infusion pumps Smart pump technology Home infusion trends Connectivity solutions and wireless networks EMRs and infusion pump solutions Infusion pump rentals and leasing Infusion pumps and 'High-Alert' medications Reducing hospital inpatient length of stay and increases in home health care Medical device growth in emerging markets The information for this report was gathered using both primary and secondary research including comprehensive research of secondary sources such as company literature, databases, investment reports, and medical and business journals.