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provider

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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So if you need to submit claims electronically, check eligibility electronically, or are a Medicare provider, your provider organization must obtain an NPI.
Is there enough provider capacity to handle an influx of new patients?
Service provider doesn't have the skills to keep pace with new business initiatives.
Service levels are specific measurable performance standards for the outsourced services that detail exactly what is expected of the service provider in the performance of such services.
OLAC has extended the protocol to meet the needs for its particular community, specifically through the maintenance of a specialized metadata schema (based loosely on unqualified Dublin Core), data provider tools (including a range of options for organizations without the technical infrastructure to support full-fledged OAI data providers), and service provider tools (Simons & Bird, 2003).
If the provider works for a managed care organization, the organization wants the provider to see as many patients as possible (Marquand, 1998).
Whether the third-party provider has had an engagement performed (internal of external) on the security of their systems.
Tatara Systems has unveiled its Wi-Fi Service Delivery Platform, which will allow service providers to achieve the one critical aspect still missing from public wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) networks: profitability.
The interviews, lasting 45-75 minutes, covered provider training and experience in family planning, perceptions of the challenges and rewards of working with clients, and perceptions of clients' STD and pregnancy risk.
But as the capitation market faces a decline for the first time in its more than 10-year history, many insurers fear the provider excess-loss industry will follow a similar pattern.
Co-locating in Internet data centers makes sense for the same principal reason that outsourcing to a storage service provider does: the company providing co-location services can offer a more scalable, reliable, and secure environment at substantial cost savings.
A Non-Plan Provider can request an appeal if it obtains an appointment of representative form from the beneficiary or executes a waiver of payment form.