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provider

An organization that offers services to another. It may refer to an Internet provider (see ISP), a common carrier (see network provider), an application provider (see ASP) or a hardware provider (see cloud computing).
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The study compared 99 DIMM clinic patients to 56 type 2 diabetes patients who saw their primary care providers an average of two times over six months.
Sustainability of NP-led primary care relies on MCOs contracting with NPs as primary care providers (Hansen-Turton, Ritter, Begun et al.
We'll look at the case and say we can help the primary care provider treat that problem, we can triage it to a certain clinic, or the patient could go see the next available dermatologist.
Additionally, vaccination was positively associated with neighborhood educational level and income, having a family practitioner as a primary care provider, number of primary care provider visits, influenza vaccination, history of STDs or Pap tests, and having asthma or allergies (1.
Some veterans get squeamish about mental health and so for them to have a relationship with their primary care provider is easier, and sometimes helps ease them over to a mental health expert.
Have mom discuss this with her primary care provider as well.
Appended is an in-depth examination of how a primary care provider and two CHIP organizations approach preventive care outreach, and a discussion of the issue of locating families who move frequently.
Carbonell deals with the routine scrapes and bruises, but she also finds herself taking on roles of primary care provider, counselor, friend And surrogate parent to the more than 2,500 students she cares for in three Lancaster schools.
The bill provides that "a primary care provider acting within their designated scope of practice may delegate the administration of an immunization to a patient to a certified medical assistant.
Nearly 55,000 beneficiaries enrolled in three AARP MedicareComplete (HMO) Medicare Advantage plans in North Carolina will pay a lower co-pay for a standard office visit when they visit a tier 1 primary care provider or specialist.
Figure 1 is a graph of primary care provider supply in Alabama in 2013, projected out to 2022 using growth rates pulled from an internal The Lewin Group/National Center for Health Workforce Analysis study conducted in 2011 for the Health Resources and Services Administration.

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