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Evolving regulatory environment and reimbursement policies have had a profound impact upon nutrition support and these trends are likely to continue.

vol. 12. Malnutrition is an under-recognized problem in hospitalized, home and community patients. Evolving regulatory environment and reimbursement policies have had a profound impact upon nutrition support and these trends are likely to continue. Both undernutrition and overnutrition (obesity) remain prevalent concerns in North America. In particular the growing prevalence of overweight/obesity will have far-reaching implications for nutrition support practitioners and will require the development, testing, and validation of new standards of assessment, intervention, and monitoring.

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Elia, B. Malnutrition has been known in hospital and outpatient care for more than 30 years. It is estimated that an average of 30% of patients are affected, and in the majority of cases the problem remains unrecognized and untreated. Moreover, this disease-related malnutrition increases health costs by 30-70% as recent studies have shown, exceeding even the costs of obesity.

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Elia M, Bistrian B (eds): The Economic, Medical/Scientic and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Nutrition Practice: What Impacts What? Nestl Nutr Inst Workshop Ser Clin Perform Program, vol. 12, pp 105111, Nestec Lt. Vevey/S. Karger AG, Basel, 2009. McKinlay Each clinical standard consists of a series of standard statements beside which is placed the evidence, or rationale, for the statement and the specific criteria against which the compliance will be assessed. In an individual standard some criteria may be designated as desirable rather than mandatory, particularly if the evidence base is incomplete or the resource issues are felt to be too challenging.

The management of clinical solid waste (CSW) continues to be a major challenge, particularly, in most healthcare facilities of the developing world. Poor conduct and inappropriate disposal methods exercised during handling and disposal of CSW is increasing significant health hazards and environmental pollution due to the infectious nature of the waste. The information gathered in this paper has been derived from the desk study of open literature survey

Clinical & Performance Nutrition Workshop (12th : 2007 :, Peebles .

Clinical & Performance Nutrition Workshop (12th : 2007 :, Peebles, Scotland). Publication, Distribution, et. Basel ; New York. Karger ; Vevy, Switzerland. Nestle Nutrition Institute, (c)2009.

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Malnutrition has been known in hospital and outpatient care for more than 30 years. It is estimated that an average of 30% of patients are affected, and in the majority of cases the problem remains unrecognized and untreated. Moreover, this disease-related malnutrition increases health costs by 30-70% as recent studies have shown, exceeding even the costs of obesity. Nutrition interventions, generating in comparison only a small cost, may therefore result in substantial absolute savings. This publication gives an overview of the current state of affairs in Europe and the US, also examining the economics of malnutrition. Also discussed are reimbursement models for enteral nutrition as well as regulatory aspects and their impact on practice. The book closes with a discussion of future challenges and opportunities. Considering the extent of the problem, this publication will be of interest not only to doctors directly involved in the care of patients, but also to policy makers and administrative personnel.