Healthcare Professional Sample Clauses

Healthcare Professional. Any trained professional who is licensed to, or any other person who in the course of his/her professional activities may, prescribe, recommend, purchase, dispense, supply, or administer Pharmaceutical Products or provide healthcare services and his/her office staff, and any payor for Pharmaceutical Products, including any national and local reimbursement authority. 2.3 Zdravotnický odborník. Každý proškolený odborník, který má licenci, nebo jakákoli jiná osoba, která může v průběhu své pracovní aktivity předepisovat, doporučovat, nakupovat, vydávat, dodávat nebo podávat Farmaceutické přípravky nebo poskytovat zdravotnické služby a její personál, jakýkoli plátce hradící Farmaceutické přípravky, včetně jakéhokoli národního a lokálního subjektu, který poskytuje úhradu.
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Healthcare Professional. Any natural person that is a member of the medical, dental, pharmacy or nursing professions or any other person who, in the course of his or her professional activities, may prescribe, purchase, supply, recommend or administer a medicinal product or provide healthcare services and his/her office staff, and any payer for Pharmaceutical Products, including any national and local reimbursement authority or any other person considered as a healthcare professional under Applicable Laws and Codes, Act no. 578/2004 Coll.. 2.3
Healthcare Professional. Any trained professional who is licensed to, or any other person who in the course of his/her professional activities may, prescribe, recommend, purchase, dispense, supply, or administer Pharmaceutical Products or provide healthcare services and his/her office staff, and any payor for Pharmaceutical Products, including any national and local reimbursement authority, healthcare professionals in accordance with Act no. 578/2004 Coll„ Spoločne ďalej len „strany" a jednotlivo uvedené akostrana". Odôvodnenie a predmet zmluvy
Healthcare Professional other than a Locum Tenens); orii, Employee, Volunteer, or Contracted Worker, only if they are licensed, certified, or otherwise authorized to deliver healthcare. This paragraph applies only if: The Named Insured who employs or contracts with the Additional Insured agrees in writing to extend that Named Insured’s coverage under this endorsement to such Additional Insured; and Such person is an Additional Insured, both on the date the circumstances took place giving rise to the Covered Proceeding or Covered Proceeding was instituted, and the date the Covered Proceeding is first reported to us. Any amount we pay on behalf of such Additional Insured will reduce the MediGuard Limits for theNamed Insured who requested the extension of coverage.
Healthcare Professional. Any trained professional who is licensed to, or any other person who in the course of his/her professional activities may, prescribe, recommend, purchase, dispense, supply, or administer Pharmaceutical Products or provide healthcare services and his/her office staff, and any payer for Pharmaceutical Products, including any national and local reimbursement authority.
Healthcare Professional when acting within the scope of his or her specialty and training[.] (Emphasis in original.) TDC takes the position that the alleged breach, injury, and damages resulted from a misrepresentation in a contract, which is not within the scope of a provider's specialty and training, and therefore lacked a causal nexus with professional services rendered. TDC acknowledges that there were professional services employed in the birth of the child. TDC argues, however, that the breach was the misrepresentation and the injury and damages sustained were incurred due to a lack of compensation under the fund based on the contractual misrepresentation, not "resulting from" the professional service itself as would be alleged in a tort action.The Davidsons argue that the lack of compensation cannot be severed from the professional services because one of the elements required for compensation under the fund, in addition to a qualifying birth injury, is that the child must have been delivered by a participating professional service provider or in a participating hospital. The Davidsons therefore contend that the injury would not have been possible without the rendering of professional services, and so the claim is one "arising from" professional services.The parties point to separate portions of the Policy to support their respective arguments. TDC argues that a plain- language reading of the term "resulting from" professional services, as stated in Section II(b) describing the coverage under the policy, requires a direct nexus, and that a contractual misrepresentation that is out of the scope of the doctor's professional training lacks this nexus. The Davidsons respond that the operative language defining a covered claim is clarified by the "Definitions" of Section VII to include any claim "arising from" professional services and not otherwise excluded by the policy.The Court is left to resolve this apparent conflict. TDC has conceded that the use of different language in the drafting of the contract was not accidental and that "arising from" has a broader definition than "resulting from." We have said that "when considering the meaning of any part of a contract, we will construe the contract as a whole." Cappo Mgmt. V, Inc. v.Britt, 282 Va. 33, 37, 711 S.E.2d 209, 211 (2011) (quoting Lansdowne Dev. Co. v. Xerox Realty Corp., 257 Va. 392, 401, 514, S.E.2d 157, 161 (1999)); see Vega v. Chattan Assocs., Inc., 246 Va. 196, 199, 435 S.E.2d 142, 143 (1993). As a result, despit...
Healthcare Professional. For the purposes of reporting suspected adverse reactions, Healthcare Professionals are defined as medically qualified persons, such as physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses and coroners, or as otherwise specified by local regulations..
Healthcare Professional. Any professional involved in delivering healthcare, whether clinical or not, and whether a registered HCP or not. This may include GP administrative staff, social prescribers and volunteers. Any reference to “Care Nav”, “our” and “us” are reference to Care Nav Ltd, a limited company registered in England and Wales (company number 12956613), the registered office being Beacon Innovation Centre, Excalibur Road, Gorleston-on-sea, Norfolk, NR31 7RA. These terms cover all the services we provide to you, including but not limited to Directory of Services, Social Prescribing, Care Navigation, Technical Support, Case Management, Service Provider Support and e-learning. These terms also apply to all routes of service delivery including website, ‘apps’, and telephone support.