The hospital at Weissenhof maintains clinics, day hospitals, specialist clinics and outpatient psychiatric care services.
What does OPC stand for?
OPC stands for Outpatient Psychiatric Care
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- Orthodox Presbyterian Church
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- Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. (Japan)
- Outdoor Pursuits Club
- Outlining Process Chart
- Output Port Controller
- Outside Processors Council (Rockford, IL)
- Ovamboland People's Congress
- Overflow Priority Classification
- Overseas Press Club of America
- Own Point Code
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- Occupational Program Consultants Association
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Millegan said Ask questions during routine visits about how things are going at home and how kids are dealing with having a parent away, he recommends If problems are identified during routine visits, take the kids to outpatient psychiatric care before they turn into issues that require hospitalization, he added.
The primary continuity of care-related outcome assessed in this study was receipt of follow-up outpatient psychiatric care within 30 days of the inpatient discharge.
According to the cost-shifting hypothesis, we expect negative coefficients on the managed care variable in the inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care equations and positive coefficients in the other two equations.
Other changes in the health care plan (most of which are effective January 1, 1991) include the requirement for a second surgical opinion for certain surgical procedures; a newly established copayment of $3 for generic drugs and $7 for brandname drugs; preventive mammography screening; payment of outpatient psychiatric care at 60 percent of reasonable and customary costs; payment at 80 percent for certain other outpatient sevices, such as pre-admission testing and second surgical opinions; improvements in dental coverage; and various changes to post-retirement health care benefits.
It is particularly noteworthy that costs were significantly higher for outpatient medical but not outpatient psychiatric care.
Over the next 6 years, the legislation will phase out higher co-payments for mental health services under Medicare Part B from the current 50% for outpatient psychiatric care to 20% in 2014.
It will provide inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care and chemical dependency treatment to various patient populations, including adults, adjudicated and non-adjudicated adolescents, and children.