Authorized Physician

Physician, Authorized

 

in the USSR, a doctor working in the system of the trade union councils and central committees of branch trade unions. The functions of an authorized physician include supervision of medical service to members of a particular trade union, of preventive health measures, and of the improvement of working conditions. An authorized physician has the right to visit enterprises and institutions under his auspices, to demand the elimination of problems that he finds, and to see whatever documents are necessary to perform medical services for citizens. The statute on authorized physicians was ratified by the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions on Dec. 3, 1957.

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For example, an authorized physician can receive an automated phone call or text message from PhoneFactor when logging onto the hospital's system.
Before an authorized physician or provider prepares an e-prescription for a BCBSRI member, with patient consent, immediate eligibility and formulary information will be provided from NextRx.
An authorized physician could open the document through any standard Internet browser.
With the new EXAM-LINK solution," comments Ed Heere, president and CEO of CoActiv, "If a patient is seen in the emergency room of an EXAM-LINK affiliated hospital in California while on vacation, for example, any authorized physician can immediately access that patient's recent CT performed in a New York imaging center, his MRI done in a Connecticut hospital or his x-ray from a New Jersey orthopedic specialist.
The addition of lab results is the most requested enhancement by physicians, and adds tremendous value in terms of an authorized physician having access to an even more comprehensive record for the member," said Catherine Peper, vice president, health information technology, BCBSF.
The Brava System is available in the USA directly from Brava, LLC or an Authorized Physician.
Because the portal is web-based, it can be easily accessed by any authorized physician or facility at the point of care.
Authorized physicians at any location can go to the hospital's web site and activate an online link to view patient imaging studies and reports as well as other patient information.
The custom application can be downloaded to mobile devices of authorized physicians or hospital workstations, and allows instant streaming or video archiving via AT&T's network and is designed to transport and store protected health information in accordance with the HIPAA Security Rule.
With this model, patient information can be shared with authorized physicians over a simple Internet connection.
Making patient data accessible to authorized physicians, whether it is following a hurricane or as part of routine care, remains a challenge that must be addressed.

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