HTPN

AcronymDefinition
HTPNHealth Texas Provider Network
HTPNHeartland Therapy Provider Network
HTPNHome Total Parenteral Nutrition
HTPNHierarchical Timed Petri Net
HTPNHybrid Temporal Planning Network
HTPNHybrid Timed Petri Network
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HTPN policy made EHR adoption, and its use for all patient encounters following a practice's launch date, mandatory.
For each practice, we collected data on patient characteristics (mean age, percentage female), physician characteristics (number of physicians, length of time in HTPN, practice type ]family medicine, internal medicine, or "other," which represents combined primary care specialties]), and year of adoption (2006/2007 vs.
This is unlikely here: HTPN continued using its preexisting practice management system, which was not integrated with the EHR; the codes/charges for services rendered continued to be entered manually.
In 1999, HTPN formed a malpractice support committee.
Committee membership includes both Baylor Healthcare System Risk Management experts and attorneys from the retained HTPN defense counsel firm.
Not all patients have a family or other means of support who are willing to undertake the responsibilities of HTPN.
Patients who are already on HTPN due to Crohn's disease, short bowel syndrome, pseudo intestinal obstruction, or radiation enteritis are living longer.
In Table 3 the total costs for HTPN versus ENT are summed and presented.
Cost Calculations for HTPN vs ENT HTPN Annual Monthly Daily(a) Direct Costs Therapy $150,000.
HTPN comprises >100 practices, with 450 physicians, and has >1 million patient encounters annually.
In 2007, HTPN established and began populating a retrospective semi-annual diabetes prevalence cohort database using the AMA Physician Consortium Adult Diabetes Performance Measure set to enable patient-, physician-, and practice-level evaluation of the diabetes care provided.