Health Care Providers Sample Clauses

Health Care Providers. The Company will provide the approved FAF to health care providers. These providers will be actively encouraged to provide clear, accurate and detailed descriptions of the affected employee’s capabilities and restrictions. The right to privacy of the employee’s medical information will be maintained.
Health Care Providers. In connection with the Facility, Existing Operator and each employee or individual or entity furnishing healthcare related services under arrangement (collectively, the “Health Care Providers”), to the extent required, is, to the Existing Operator’s knowledge, licensed under the applicable laws of their state and, to the Existing Operator’s knowledge, each Health Care Provider has complied with all laws, relating to the rendering of health care services. To the Existing Operator’s knowledge, no Health Care Provider has:
Health Care Providers. In connection with the Facility, Existing Operator and each employee or individual or entity furnishing healthcare related services under arrangement (collectively, the “Health Care Providers”), to the extent required, is, to the Existing Operator’s knowledge, licensed under the applicable laws of their state and, to the Existing Operator’s knowledge, each Health Care Provider has complied with all laws, relating to the rendering of health care services. To the Existing Operator’s knowledge, no Health Care Provider has: HNZW/482102_1.doc (Mountain View)/4232-13 (i) had his or her professional license, Drug Enforcement Agency number or Medicare or Medicaid provider status, or participation in any other healthcare plan of a third-party payor suspended, relinquished, terminated or revoked; (ii ) been reprimanded, sanctioned or disciplined by any licensing board or any federal, state or local society, agency, regulatory body, governmental authority, hospital, third-party payor or specialty board;
Health Care Providers. Health care providers are responsible for providing NG, the employee and Commission with functional abilities information, and to assist in the employee's treatment and early and safe return to work.
Health Care Providers. For decades, the Commission has worked to enable innovative and efficient arrangements for the delivery and financing of health care services by challenging artificial barriers to competition among health care providers. For example, the FTC settled with four groups of physicians for allegedly colluding to raise consumers' costs.(51) The number of physicians involved ranged from 41 in one matter in the Denver area to more than 1,200 in a case in Dallas-Fort Worth. The Commission's orders put a stop to allegedly collusive conduct that harms employers, individual patients, and health plans by depriving them of the benefits of competition in the purchase of physician services. Most of these cases involved significant numbers of doctors, and they have had a substantial impact on consumers.
Health Care Providers. To the best of the DHG Entities' and Stockholders' knowledge, all of the employed and or engaged Health Care Providers are in good physical and mental health and do not suffer from any illnesses or disabilities which could prevent any of them from fulfilling their responsibilities under the respective contracts, agreements or understandings with the DHG Entities. To the best of the DHG Entities' and the Stockholders' knowledge, none of the employed and engaged Health Care Providers use or abuse any controlled substances or are under the influence of alcohol or are affected by the use of alcohol during the time period required to perform their duties and obligations under any contracts, agreements or understandings with the DHG Entities.
Health Care Providers. The focus group of health care providers was conducted last. In the four previous sessions, focus group participants believed that the performance and effectiveness of the treating physician depends on whether the physician was selected by the worker or the worker's attorney, on the one hand, or by the employer or employer's claims administrator, on the other. In addition, for purposes of selecting the focus group participants, project advisors and members of the project team believed that nurse practitioners and physical therapists, who cannot be designated as treating physicians in the workers' compensation system, play an important role in return-to-work efforts. Quantitative data were not available showing either the proportions of different professions and specialties that are involved in providing health care in workers' compensation in California, or the proportions of treating physicians who are selected by workers, their attorneys,employers, or claims administrators. Therefore, the project team sought to recruit approximately equal numbers of health care providers commonly selected by workers or applicants' attorneys on the one hand, and those commonly selected by employers or claims administrators on the other. We also set aside two slots for nurses or nurse practitioners and one for a physical therapist. Based on the above criteria, Commission staff sent letters to organizations representing injured workers, applicants' attorneys, employers, and claims administrators, asking them to recommend health care providers who are "treating physicians" in the California workers' compensation system, as defined in the workers' compensation system. (The statutory definition of "physician" in workers' compensation includes medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, psychologists, acupuncturists, optometrists, dentists, podiatrists, and chiropractors.11) Commission staff sent letters to statewide organizations representing occupational health nurses and physical therapists, asking for their assistance in recruiting those types of health care providers. In addition, the project team requested names of physical therapists from a physical therapist member of our Academic Advisory Panel. As a result of these efforts, more than 70 health care providers were recommended to us.We sent letters to those providers inviting them to enroll in the focus group session. The providers who called us were enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis, within the categories previo...
Health Care Providers. – Care Connexxus, Inc. may also disclose your protected health information to health care providers in order to allow them to determine if they are owed any reimbursement for care that they have furnished to you and, if so, how much is owed.