Intake Sample Clauses

Intake. Intake begins when you, or someone on your behalf, contacts the LIFE Provider or the Independent Enrollment Broker expressing interest in services. If it appears from this first conversation that you are potentially eligible, a LIFE Provider and Independent Enrollment Broker representative will contact you to explain the program, obtain further information about you, and to schedule in person or tele-visits. During these visits: • You will learn how the LIFE Program works, the services LIFE offers, and the answers to any questions you may have about LIFE. • The LIFE Provider and/or Independent Enrollment Broker will explain that if you enroll, you must agree that all of your healthcare services will be provided and/or coordinated by LIFE, including primary care and specialist physician services (other than emergency services). • The LIFE Provider will have you sign a release allowing the LIFE Provider to obtain your past medical records so the LIFE health team can fully assess your health conditions. You will be encouraged to visit the LIFE Center to see what it is like. If you are interested in enrolling, a LIFE Provider representative and the Independent Enrollment Broker will assist you with the enrollment process. You should be prepared to participate in phone calls and/or visits with both the LIFE Provider and Independent Enrollment Broker in order to complete your enrollment process.
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Intake. The process of determining that a Client meets the medical necessity criteria and a 30 Client is admitted into a substance use disorder treatment program. Intake includes the evaluation or 31 analysis of substance use disorders; the diagnosis of substance use disorders; and the assessment of 32 treatment needs to provide medically necessary services. Intake may include a physical examination and 33 laboratory testing necessary for substance use disorder treatment.
Intake. The process of determining that a beneficiary meets the medical necessity criteria and a beneficiary is admitted into a substance use disorder treatment program. Intake includes the evaluation or analysis of substance use disorders; the diagnosis of substance use disorders; and the assessment of treatment needs to provide medically necessary services. Intake may include a physical examination and laboratory testing necessary for substance use disorder treatment.
Intake. 6.3. Student Files 6.4. Long-Term Academic Plans
Intake. 1. Except for peak work periods, Intake work shall be performed by workers in the classification of Eligibility Worker III. During periods of projected peak workload, workers in an office in the classification of Eligibility Worker II who meet the minimum qualifications for the classification of Eligibility Worker III may volunteer to be assigned to do Intake work. Such workers assigned to perform Intake function shall be paid the same as an EW III in intake, subject to Section G.7.1 I Eligibility Worker – Intake Differential.
Intake assessment (utilizing the Addiction Severity Index [ASI]), treatment planning (in conjunction with the program participant), addiction education and intervention, aftercare planning, urine screening, follow-up at 6-months and 12- months after intake for each program participant.
Intake i. Provide Step 1 intake for every homeless parent/adult entering the building requesting assistance:
Intake. Activities associated with initial support case opening.
Intake. The process of admitting a beneficiary into a substance use disorder (SUD) treatment program. Intake includes the evaluation or analysis of SUD, the diagnosis of SUD, the assessment of treatment needs, and may include a physical examination and laboratory testing necessary for SUD treatment. •
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