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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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Some said market forces such as the increasing use of nonphysician health care providers in the modern era will help propel prescription privileges.
The following examples show how the medical monopoly has used the power of government to restrict the practice of a variety of nonphysician health care providers:
Yet most of those physicians said they are not averse to using properly trained nonphysician health care providers to perform whole-body skin exams.