Ambulatory Patient Group
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Ambulatory Patient Group (APG) is a classification system for outpatient services reimbursement developed for the American Medicare service by the Health Care Financing Administration. It classifies patients into nearly 300 pathology groups rather than the 14,000 of the International Classification of Diseases.
- Abbey, Duane C.; Blount, L. Lamar (October 1996). "Understanding the financial implications of APGs - ambulatory patient groups - Cover Story". Health Care Industry. Retrieved 2009-01-29.
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