A 2009 epidemiological report published by the health ministry ranked malaria as the number one cause of outpatient visits to hospitals throughout the country.
What does OPV stand for?
OPV stands for Outpatient Visit
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of OPV
We have 43 other meanings of OPV in our Acronym Attic
- Offre Publique de Vente
- Offshore Patrol Vessel
- Open Pollinated Variety
- Open Ventilation
- optionally piloted vehicle (aircraft)
- Oral Polio Vaccine
- Oranje Paprika Vereniging (Dutch: Orange Paprika Association; est. 1995)
- Organic Photovoltaics (solar cells; Global Photonic Energy Corporation)
- Oropharyngeal Video (swallowing study)
- Other People's Videos (aka Original Promotional Videos)
- Over Pressure Valve (espresso machines)
- Over Print Varnish (printing)
- Observation Post Veterans Affairs
- Ohio Partnership for the Visual Arts
- Ontario Professional Videographers Association (Canada)
- Oracle Pharmacovigilance Operational Analytics (software)
- Oregon Paralyzed Veterans of America
- Overlay Pattern Vision Alignment
- Operational Validation Program (US DHS)
- Office on the Prevention of Violence against Women (New Jersey)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When Medicare managed care plans raise outpatient copayments, outpatient visits decline, but hospitalizations increase and inpatient stays get longer, especially among chronically ill beneficiaries and those living in areas of poverty, a study showed.
26 billion as admissions stabilized and outpatient visits grew.
The five centers receive 130,000 outpatient visits a year.
A device attached to the scope can snip them off--all during the same outpatient visit.
Outpatient visits per 1,000 Michigan population increased 132 percent for smaller hospitals from 1981 to 1991, while outpatient visits per 100 inpatient admissions increased 238 percent.
In addition, the Company's Central Region achieved outpatient visit growth of 5.
Most Medicare fee-for-service outpatient visits in 2001 were to physicians with limited information technology support for patient care, the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC) reported.