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He said that decision to take action against such unnecessary callers had been taken in the same context.
According to the circular, there has been an increasing number of member/payer complaints against providers about extended and unnecessary in-patient admissions, as well as medical treatments that include laboratory, diagnostic and any other services.
Since the 7.7m Curriculum Fund was first announced in January, the Department for Education has worked with school leaders, teachers and experts from across the profession to understand how teachers plan lessons and use resources such as textbooks with research showing that teachers feel lesson planning continues to result in unnecessary workload.
The specific goals of Choosing Wisely in North Carolina were to reduce by 20 percent the unnecessary use of antibiotics to treat viral bronchitis in adults, DEXA scans to measure bone density in women younger than 65 and men younger than 70, and annual Pap tests for women between the ages of 30 and 65.
Jordan Houlston, 24, of Alexandra Road, Llandudno, was convicted by a district judge at the town's court of ill-treating a badger, and unnecessary suffering by causing a badger to fight with dogs at Cwm Bowydd Farm, Blaenau Ffestiniog, last February.
Jordan Houlston, 24, of Alexandra Road, Llandudno, an alleged hunt terrier man, was convicted by a district judge at the town's court of ill-treating a badger, and unnecessary suffering by causing a badger to fight with dogs at Cwm Bowydd Farm, Blaenau Ffestiniog, last February.
Sarah Jane Downing had an operation to remove a lump from her breast in 1997, only to be told in 2014 that the surgery had been unnecessary.
Lisa Hurst, 47, of Whetstone Lane, Birkenhead, said she was asleep when the dog was tortured but admitted failing to prevent the causing of unnecessary suffering to an animal.
Approximately 45% of RNs that participated in the survey responded that unnecessary nursing care was a somewhat serious problem, while 52% felt a great deal of responsibility to ensure their patients avoided unnecessary care.
This type of unnecessary supervision has not been shown to improve outcomes, In fact, unnecessary supervision can increase costs and patient hassle and may actually be detrimental to patients and their families.
A MAN who axed to death his neighbour's dog after saying he would take it for a "last walk" has been found guilty of causing it unnecessary suffering.