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Each RHS will receive capitated funding to manage and reduce readmission risk of patients at high risk of frequent admissions in its catchment population.
So far, most models are derived using administrative data and perform poorly in predicting 30-day readmission risk, with only six studies reporting a C-statistic 0.7.6 To date, no published literature has investigated the effect of severity during acute illness, such as the treatment with high-risk medications and requirement for dialysis during the hospitalisation episode, on readmission risk.
According to Russell, Snow assigned the rights to his life story, likeness and other elements to Russell’s production company, Fuzzy Logic.
However, Russell claims, that didn’t stop Trap Flix, Snoop and JT the Bigga Figga from “creating, producing, marketing and/or distributing unauthorized movie sequels, among other things, marked as ‘Snow on tha Bluff 2’ and/or ‘Snow on tha Bluff 3.'” The suit claims that Trap Flix released “Snow on tha Bluff 2” in April 2015 as an exclusive, with Figg Panamera — a.k.a.
Snoop Dogg, JT the Bigga Figga and the Snoop-affiliated urban streaming app Trap Flix, claiming that they made an unauthorized sequel to the film, according to court papers obtained by The Wrap.
In the lawsuit, filed in federal court in California on Friday, Russell says that he and Curtis Snow, a resident of the Atlanta neighborhood The Bluff, agreed to work together on “Snow on tha Bluff,” which was loosely based on Snow’s life.In Singapore, FAs are defined as patients with three or more inpatient admissions in 12 months.FAs are high-cost patients with an average cost per patient approaching SG 000.9 Interestingly, a cumulative direct cost of 30 000 Canadian dollars (SG 260) marks the top 5% of healthcare resource users in Ontario, Canada.10 Taking a population health approach, the Ministry of Health (MOH) Singapore has created six regional health systems (RHSs) in 2011, each being responsible to integrate care for a specific geographic region.There is consensus that reducing avoidable hospital readmissions require identification of patients at highest risk for readmissions, followed by identification of potentially modifiable risk factors that increase readmission risk.3 Resource intensive discharge planning and postdischarge monitoring can then be targeted at these risk factors.3 Finally, community-based home care services, primary care and case management could be provided to such high-risk individuals to optimise their care in the community and keep them out of hospitals.