What happened to the medical history
of the patient?
The policies became popular in the 1990s but one in five claims is rejected, often for non-disclosure of previous medical history
Some clients are reticent to disclose their medical history
, believing that a lack of full disclosure will hide the facts from the insurance company.
In addition, a comprehensive pharmacologic history should be part of the initial medical history
A genetic counselor will conduct an in-depth medical history
of both of you and your families.
An employer may not make verbal or written inquiries regarding the medical history
or disability of an applicant before extending a job offer.
Each center will receive a smartcard reader while mobile medical centers will inoculate patients who have received a bracelet carrying their entire medical history
. When the patient comes within 9 feet of the smartcard reader, their medical history
will be automatically transmitted to the doctor's handheld computer.
Yellow Jack is a compelling and thorough narrative of one of the most interesting chapters in medical history
. The book, which is highly readable even to those who may think they know this story, is based on a series of articles written by one of the authors, John R.
Between 1993 and 1997, approximately 20,000 private pesticide applicators (primarily farmers) in Iowa and North Carolina enrolled in the AHS and completed two questionnaires on demographic characteristics, lifestyle, medical history
(including neurologic symptoms), and pesticide use.
When reviewing the medical history
of a diabetic patient, it is very important to ask leading questions to find out how well the disease is controlled.
The goal is to allow a doctor to be able to ask an online computer system how the last 100 Mayo clinic patients with the same gender, age, and medical history
responded to particular treatments.