Health Care Services. All Medicaid services provided by a Contractor under contract with the State Medicaid agency in any setting, including but not limited to medical care, behavioral health care, and supports.
Health Care Services. CONTRACTOR shall provide comprehensive and medically necessary medical, dental, and mental healthcare services with related pharmacy services (including provision of pharmaceuticals) on a non-capitated basis to inmates in the Facility that meet or exceed the minimum requirements outlined in this Contract. This includes all healthcare treatment and related program support services. No deviations from the minimum service requirements shall be permitted without the prior written approval of the Bureau Chief. CONTRACTOR and the Department shall each act in good faith in the performance of all their respective contract duties and responsibilities. Access to and provision of all services outlined herein shall be in accordance with minimum constitutionally adequate levels of healthcare regardless of place of assignment or disciplinary status. CONTRACTOR must adhere to all FDC criteria, definitions, and classifications regarding medical and psychological grades. CONTRACTOR must be prepared to follow the most current version of FDC terminology, procedures, and health services bulletins.
Health Care Services. A. We will provide the Resident with general nursing care and nursing treatments such as administration of medication, preventive skin care, assistance with bathing, toileting, feeding, dressing and mobility. (Throughout this Agreement is information about which services are covered in the Facility's daily rate and which are available for an additional charge.)
Health Care Services. Integrator or its End User shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining all licenses, permits, certificates, exemptions, and other authorizations required for the provision of health care services using the HealthPresence Products, and obtaining any required patient consents. Integrator or its End User is solely responsible for its provision of health care services to patients using the HealthPresence Products and does so at its sole risk.
Health Care Services. 8.1. Independent Living Health Care. As set forth above, the Facility is not licensed to offer and does not offer assistance with medications, bathing, dressing, mobility needs, or other personal care activities in its independent residential apartments. Resident shall be responsible for Resident's own health care and personal care needs while residing in the Residence. Programs promoting wellness and health screenings will be offered by the Facility.
Health Care Services. To comply with the Family Rights and Privacy Act, we keep a record of the health care services that we provide to each student. You may ask to see a copy of your student’s record. You may also ask us to correct that record. We will not disclose your record to others unless you direct us to do so, or unless the law authorizes or compels us to do so. You may see your record or get information about it at the attending school. Health information pertaining to special education needs is located in the Special Services Department at Tahoma School District Central Services Center.
Health Care Services. All Medicaid services provided by the Contractor in any setting, including but not limited to medical care, behavioral health and LTSS. Health Education – Programs, services or promotions that are designed or intended to inform the Contractor’s members about issues related to healthy lifestyles, situations that affect or influence health status, or methods or modes of health care treatment. Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) – Services that are provided to DSHP Plus LTSS members residing in homelike and integrated community settings as an alternative to long term care institutional placement. Implementation Period – From the Contract effective date through the six month period after the Start Date of Operations. Individualized Education Program (IEP) – A written education plan for children with disabilities, as defined in Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The IEP contains information on a child’s present level of academic performance, annual academic and functional goals, and the special education and related services, supplementary aids and appropriate accommodations to be provided to the child. Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP) – A written plan for special services for children with disabilities, as defined in Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The IFSP contains information on the child’s present level of development, outcomes for the child and family, and the services the child and family will receive to help them achieve the outcomes. Information System(s) – A combination of computing and telecommunications hardware and software that is used in: (a) the capture, storage, manipulation, movement, control, display, interchange and/or transmission of information (i.e., structured data (which may include digitized audio and video) and documents as well as non-digitized audio and video) and/or (b) the processing of information and non-digitized audio and video for the purposes of enabling and/or facilitating a business process or related transaction. Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) – Activities related to independent living which include, but are not limited to: light housekeeping chores, shopping, and meal preparation. Law – Statutes, codes, rules, regulations, and/or court rulings. (The initial letter of this term is not capitalized in this Contract.) Level of Care (LOC) – The type of long term services and supports required by a member based on the member’s medic...
Health Care Services. Any services rendered by Providers which include but are not limited to medical and surgical care; psychological, optometric, optic, chiropractic, podiatric, nursing, and pharmaceutical services; health education, rehabilitative, and home health services; physical therapy; inpatient and outpatient hospital services; dietary and nutritional services; laboratory and ambulance services; and any other services for the purpose of preventing, alleviating, curing, or healing human illness, injury, or physical disability. Health care services shall also mean dental care, limited to oral and maxillofacial surgery as performed by board qualified oral and maxillofacial surgeons. The term shall also include an annual Pap test for cervical cancer and minimum mammography examination as defined by state law and coverage for low protein food products as provided in La. R.S. 22:246. The services, items, supplies or drugs for the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, cure or relief of a health condition, illness, injury or disease. La. R.S. 22:242(6); La. R.S. 22:1019.1(D)(14); La. R.S. 22:1122(24); La. R.S. 22:1831(12); La. R.S. 1872(17).