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Law, Politics of, relating to, or provided by a private individual or organization, rather than by the state or a public body
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Akbar Shahid, a 25-year-old patient, said that private practitioners, pharmacists and labs have been minting money as they are least bothered about the sufferings of poor patients.
Titus, a former private practitioner, was appointed in 2016.
The tuberculosis (TB) control strategy in India encourages the public sector to actively partner with private practitioners (PPs) to improve the quality of front line service delivery.
That reminded me of a question someone had posed at the Talk--how many private practitioners are sued, as opposed to NHS staff--the relevance of the question being that the vast bulk of Institute members practice in the private sector.
[3] In emergency situations there is a duty to treat and stabilise a patient who cannot afford the services of a private practitioner or hospital before referring them to a public hospital or clinic.
Ultimately, the choice is yours: Each private practitioner must decide whether starting (or continuing) meaningful use is worth the financial and time burden in his or her particular situation.
It is general degradation of the moral fabric of the society," Dr Saxena, a private practitioner, told Gulf News.
To every JMHC reader who identifies as a private practitioner, long-term or new, I wish you well.
They can start the treatment, such as a crash cesarean section for an abruption, while awaiting the arrival of a private practitioner. This shortened response time leads to better outcomes.
Merriam is a private practitioner in Uxbridge who chairs the AAEP's Equitarian Task Force and previously chaired the AAEP's Equine Welfare and Membership committees.
For heavens sake where should a patient go for skinning to a specialist or to a private practitioner?

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