ADG

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AcronymDefinition
ADGAverage Daily Gain
ADGAssistant Director-General (various organizations)
ADGArt Directors Guild
ADGArkansas Democrat Gazette (publication)
ADGAnti-Diskriminierungs-Gesetz (German: Anti-Discrimination Law)
ADGAutomated Deduction in Geometry (Workshop)
ADGAdvanced Data Guarding
ADGAquatic Development Group (waterpark builders)
ADGAlliance de Gauche (French: Left Alliance; Switzerland)
ADGActive Data Guard
ADGAbsolute Data Group
ADGAcronym Definition Glossary
ADGAutomatic Datasheet Generation
ADGAnaerobic Digester Gas
ADGAir-Driven Generator
ADGAttacker Defender Goalkeeper (soccer)
ADGAssociated Dry Goods (est. 1916)
ADGAir Defense Group
ADGAbsolute Data Group (Pty Ltd)
ADGAmtshilfe-Durchführungsgesetz (German: Mutual Assistance Implementation Act)
ADGAccessory Drive Gearbox (F-16 aircraft)
ADGAmbulatory Diagnostic Group
ADGAustralian Design Group (wargame company)
ADGAir Defense Gun
ADGAtrial Diastolic Gallop
ADGAdapter Group (US Navy)
ADGAdvance Development Group
ADGArchiv der Gegenwart
ADGAskesis Development Group (software; Pittsburgh, PA)
ADGDegaussing Ship
ADGAudit Développement Gestion (French: Audit Management Development; est. 1986)
ADGApplication Deployment Guide (various organizations)
ADGAustralian Development Gateway (poverty initiative)
ADGAction Démocratique Guyanaise (French: Guyanese Democratic Action)
ADGAvondhu Development Group (disadvantaged persons support services; County Cork, Ireland)
ADGAcyclic Directed Graph
ADGAutomatic Drawing Generation (software)
ADGAkihabara Denno Gumi (anime)
ADGAmerican Data Group
ADGAuthorized Distributor Group
ADGAirfield Defense Guard (RAAF)
ADGAmberwood Dairy Goats (Cabool, Missouri)
ADGAutomated Data Generation
ADGAlarmas de Guatemala (Guatemala)
ADGAirtex Design Group (Minneapolis, MN)
ADGAxially Displaced Gregorian (antenna)
ADGAttainable Diversity Gain
ADGAffiliate Development Group (Russia)
ADGAdames Design Group (San Luis Obispo, CA)
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The Ambulatory Diagnostic Groups (ADG) from the Johns Hopkins Adjusted Clinical Group" (ACG) System are a risk adjustment tool for predicting cost and use of health services (Weiner et al.
Older patients, patients new to the physician's practice, patients referred by another physician, and patients in collapsed ambulatory diagnostic group l0 (psychosocial) also had significantly longer visits.
(unstable) ([dagger]) .001 10 Psychosocial ([dagger]) .001 11 Preventive/ administrative ([dagger]) .012 12 Pregnancy ([dagger]) .001 SD denotes standard deviation; HMO, health maintenance organization; CADG, collapsed ambulatory diagnostic group. * P values show whether mean at each level is different from mean of reference level.
This small difference reflects, in part, the contradictory findings previously reported in the literature.[1-8] Fourth, it is possible that differences in case mix between specialties not fully captured through ambulatory diagnostic groups explain the observed differences between specialties.
We used the Ambulatory Diagnostic Groups (ADG) because they explained more of the variation in referral rate and resource use than did the Ambulatory Care Group indicators.
Another study showed that the predictive accuracy of a model containing demographic variables and Ambulatory Diagnostic Groups (based on diagnostic information from prior ambulatory healthcare utilization) could be improved by including survey measures of functional health status and chronic conditions (Physician Payment Review Commission 1994).
The building blocks of the ACG system are 34 morbidity clusters known as "ambulatory diagnostic groups" or ADGs.
Ambulatory diagnostic groups (ADGs) that made up the acute minor categorization included time limited, minor (e.g.
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