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standing order

a rule or order governing the procedure, conduct, etc., of a legislative body
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The standing order allows registered pharmacies to dispense naloxone to those at risk of an opioid-related overdose, as well as family members, friends and other persons who may be able to assist a person at risk of overdose.
Standing orders don't improve screening rates for colorectal cancer (SOR: C, RCT measuring screening rate).
However, a member of staff told me there is a problem with either manual or standing order payments, and they are six weeks behind in their systems so my payment has been floating in the ether.
In a standing order, you extend your licensure to lower-level staff.
Beginning in 1995, a DH pediatric immunization initiative resulted in the development of a computerized immunization registry, "VaxTrax," and an algorithm or "recommend function" serves as the standing order for childhood vaccination.
A A standing order is an order written by an authorized medical practitioner that calls for an action to be continued or repeated over a period of time.
The use of standing order programs has found a place in long-term care, specifically related to influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations.
In addition, CMS clarified that a physician's standing order isn't sufficient to order a series of blood glucose tests.
81 in the last year with the average unpaid standing order or direct debit fee up 16 per cent from pounds 27.
The ship also implemented a new standing order for small-boat operations to ensure positive control of all internal and external variables that affect safe operations.
61 if a cheque, direct debit and standing order are all refused.
Standing Order Customers are notified when TAPPI PRESS publishes a new book in their area of interest.

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