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Term: Visit Index (VI)

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Glossary Definition

Last Updated: 2006-11-02


An index developed to reflect the extent to which a physician over or under-provides visits to his/her patients compared to the average physician after taking into account the characteristics of their practice population. It is the average ratio of the actual number visits to the expected number of visits for core patients in a practice.

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