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  • ABO system
  • AMA
  • ambulatory care
  • American Medical Association
  • average length of stay
  • BAC
  • bed occupancy
  • bedside manner
  • dioethics
  • blood alcohol concentration
  • bloodmobile
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Shield
  • capitation fee
  • case history
  • catastrophic coverage
  • census
  • charity patient
  • closed panel practice
  • code call
  • cognitive service
  • coinsurance
  • comprehensive medical insurance
  • copayment
  • cost effectiveness
  • death certificate
  • diagnosis-related group
  • DNR
  • DRG
  • dumping
  • fixed fee
  • follow-up
  • for-profit
  • gatekeeper
  • gray market
  • group insurance
  • group practice
  • HCFA
  • health administrator
  • Health Care Financing Administration
  • health insurance
  • health maintenance organization
  • high-touch product
  • Hippocratic oath
  • HMO
  • hospital administrator
  • hospitalization
  • house call
  • independent practice association
  • IPA
  • living will
  • major medical
  • malpractice
  • malpractice insurance managed care
  • Medicaid
  • Medicaid mill
  • medical insurance
  • medically indigent
  • Medicare
  • national health
  • National Institutes of Health
  • NIH
  • not-for-profit
  • notifiable disease
  • ombudsman
  • on-call
  • patient advocacy
  • PCN
  • peer review organization
  • physician liability
  • PPO
  • practice
  • preexisting condition
  • preferred-provider organization
  • primary care
  • primary care network
  • private insurance
  • private practice
  • PRO
  • procedure
  • procedure capture
  • product line extension
  • prospective payment
  • Public Health Service
  • RDA
  • recommended dietary allowance
  • referral
  • reimbursement
  • reportable disease
  • retail customer
  • retrospective billing
  • rounds
  • secondary care
  • shift
  • socialized medicine
  • tertiary care
  • uncompensated care
  • USRDA
  • U.S. recommended daily allowance
  • Utilization review committee
  • WHO
  • World Health Organization

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