Medical Community Sample Clauses

Medical Community. A majority of Physicians who are Board Certified in the appropriate specialty. • Medical Emergency. The existence of a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) such that a prudent layperson, who possesses an average knowledge of health and medicine, could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in (i) placing the health of the individual (or, with respect to a pregnant woman, the health of the woman and her unborn child) in serious jeopardy; (ii) serious impairment to bodily functions; or (iii) serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part. • Medical Services. The professional services of Health Professionals, including medical, surgical, diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive care and birthing facility services. • Medically Necessary, Medically Necessary Services, or Medical Necessity. Services that are appropriate and consistent with the diagnosis in accordance with accepted medical standards as described in the Covered Benefits section of this Certificate. Medical Necessity, when used in relation to services, shall have the same meaning as Medically Necessary Services. This definition applies only to the determination by HMO of whether health care services are Covered Benefits under this Certificate. • Member(s). A Subscriber or Covered Dependent as defined in this Certificate. • Mental or Behavioral Condition. A condition which manifests signs and/or symptoms which are primarily mental or behavioral, for which the primary treatment is psychotherapy, psychotherapeutic methods or procedures, and/or the administration of psychotropic medication, regardless of any underlying physical or medical cause. Mental or behavioral disorders and conditions include, but are not limited to, psychosis, affective disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, attention disorders with or without hyperactivity, and other psychological, emotional, nervous, behavioral, or stress-related abnormalities associated with transient or permanent dysfunction of the brain or related neurohormonal systems, whether or not caused by or in any way resulting from chemical imbalance, physical trauma, or a physical or medical condition. • Non-Hospital Facility. A facility, licensed by the appropriate regulatory authority, for the care or treatment of alcohol or drug dependent persons, except for transitional living facilities. • Open Enrollment Period. A period e...
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Medical Community. Training for the medical community will include a written protocol of the County’s return to work philosophy along with sample medical reports outlining the type of reports required by the County. These reports will list treatment plans, anticipated permanent and stationary dates, specific modified return to work abilities, e.g.: can type for 30 minutes at a time and then take a 10 minute task break and then continue, etc. The medical community will be offered an opportunity to meet with the return to work coordinator to discuss the program at any time. Employee Participation in the Return to Work Program – In order for an employee of Mendocino County to be eligible to participate in this return-to-work program, the employee must have:
Medical Community. A majority of Physicians who are Board Certified in the appropriate specialty. • Medical Emergency. Services that are provided to a Member in a licensed facility by a Provider after the recent onset of a medical condition that manifests itself by symptoms of sufficient severity that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonable be expected to result in any of the following:

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  • Extended Health Care Plan (a) The Employer shall pay the monthly premium for regular employees entitled to coverage under a mutually acceptable Extended Health Care Plan.

  • Medical Care The Parents must comply with the School Welfare Officer's recommendations which may include a reasonable decision to release the Pupil home or to his / her education guardian when s/he is unwell.

  • EMPLOYEE HEALTH CARE 233. Pursuant to the Charter, the City contributes whatever rate is applicable per month directly into the City Health Service System for each employee who is a member of the Health Service System. Subsequent City contributions will be set pursuant to the Charter.

  • Management; Community Policies Owner may retain employees and management agents from time to time to manage the Property, and Owner’s agent may retain other employees or contractors. Resident, on behalf of himself or herself and his or her Guests, agrees to comply fully with all directions from Owner and its employees and agents, and the rules and regulations (including all amendments and additions thereto, except those that substantially modify the Resident’s bargain and to which Resident timely objects) as contained in this Agreement and the Community Policies of the Property. The Community Policies are available at xxxxx:// or on request from the management office and are considered part of this Agreement.

  • HEALTH CARE PLANS ‌ Notwithstanding the references to the Pacific Blue Cross Plans in this article, the parties agree that Employers, who are not currently providing benefits under the Pacific Blue Cross Plans may continue to provide the benefits through another carrier providing that the overall level of benefits is comparable to the level of benefits under the Pacific Blue Cross Plans.

  • Home Health Care This plan covers the following home care services when provided by a certified home healthcare agency: • nursing services; • services of a home health aide; • visits from a social worker; • medical supplies; and • physical, occupational and speech therapy.

  • SECTION 109 OF THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1974 The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Section 109 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. No person in the United States shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds made available under this title. Section 109 further provides that discrimination on the basis of age under the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 or with respect to an otherwise qualified handicapped individual as provided in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, is prohibited.

  • Emergency Medical Care a. How to appropriately use Emergency Services and facilities, including a description of the services offered by the Member Services Call Center;

  • Extended Health Care Benefits 12.02(a) The City will provide for all employees by contract through an insurer selected by the City an Extended Health Care Plan which will provide extended health care benefits. The City shall pay one hundred per cent (100%) of the premiums, which will include any premiums payable under The Health Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended. Eligible Expenses (Benefit year January 1 – December 31)

  • Health Promotion and Health Education Both parties to this Agreement recognize the value and importance of health promotion and health education programs. Such programs can assist employees and their dependents to maintain and enhance their health, and to make appropriate use of the health care system. To work toward these goals:

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