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practitioner

Christian Science a person authorized to practise spiritual healing
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If they can lower their costs by not having an oral surgeon on call all the time to deal with these dental emergencies, they can use a mid-level practitioner to triage the situation, provide basic treatment and link the patient to an outpatient clinic for follow up.
19) Strategies such as placing mid-level practitioners in schools would be one method to improve access to care for populations in need.
Redi-Mail Direct Marketing, licensed by the American Medical Association (AMA), will use its strong list solutions and database expertise in conjunction with the newest addition of the Verispan's Vector One product line, Vector One: Prescriber Extract (VOPEX), which provides both physician (MD/DO) and mid-level practitioner data (NP, PA, CNS, CNM) including quintile/decile ratings based on prescribing frequency and habits.
As psychiatrists, we must consider setting aside territorial resistance and embrace the concept of team care alongside mid-level practitioners.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), in response to the development of additional mid-level practitioners and the possible passage of similar provisions in other states, weighed in and provided 15 pages of written comments to CODA on the proposed dental therapy education standards.
Texas' new law grants mid-level practitioners more autonomy by reducing requirements for face-to-face meetings between the physician and practitioners to once a month for the first year, after which they can meet quarterly with monthly check-ins via the phone or internet.
Caption: Number of closed claims involving mid-level practitioners
It currently has 59 family physicians, 14 mid-level practitioners and more than 300 employees located in 10 offices throughout the area.
Create a safety net, whether it's tapping the help of other doctors or mid-level practitioners, so the physician can leave town for more than an occasional vacation, Supplitt says.