Telephone consultations Sample Clauses

Telephone consultations. 14) All related fees for admission, use, or stays in a hospital, out-patient surgery center, extended care facility, or other similar care facility.
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Telephone consultations. Charges for third party requests for physical examinations, diagnostic services and immunizations in connection with: obtaining or continuing employment; obtaining or maintaining a license issued by a municipality, state or federal government; obtaining insurance coverage; foreign travel; school admissions; or attendance including examinations required for participation in athletic activities. Transplants, except as otherwise listed in the Contract. Transportation; travel. Vision therapy. Vitamins and dietary supplements. Services or supplies received as a result of a war, or an act of war, if the Illness or Injury occurs while the Covered Person is serving in the military, naval or air forces of any country, combination of countries or international organization and Illness or Injury suffered as a result of special hazards incident to such service if the Illness or Injury occurs while the Member is serving in such forces and is outside the home area Weight reduction or control, including surgical procedures, medical treatments, weight control/loss programs, dietary regimens and supplements, food or food supplements, appetite suppressants or other medications; exercise programs, exercise or other equipment; and other services and supplies that are primarily intended to control weight or treat obesity, including morbid obesity, or for the purpose of weight reduction, regardless of the existence of comorbid conditions, except as otherwise provided in the Surgical Treatment of Morbid Obesity section of this Contract. Wigs, toupees, hair transplants, hair weaving or any drug if such drug is used in connection with baldness.
Telephone consultations. When an employee is consulted by telephone outside of her regular working hours and is authorized to handle bona fide work-related matters without returning to the workplace, the following shall apply:
Telephone consultations. Charges for third party requests for physical examinations, diagnostic services and immunizations in connection with: obtaining or continuing employment; obtaining or maintaining a license issued by a municipality, state or federal government; obtaining insurance coverage; foreign travel; school admissions; or attendance including examinations required for participation in athletic activities. Transplants, except as otherwise listed in the Contract. Transportation; travel. Vision therapy. Vitamins and dietary supplements. Services or supplies received as a result of a war, declared or undeclared; police actions; services in the armed forces or units auxiliary thereto. Weight reduction or control, including surgical procedures, medical treatments, weight control/loss programs, dietary regimens and supplements, food or food supplements, appetite suppressants or other medications; exercise programs, exercise or other equipment; and other services and supplies that are primarily intended to control weight or treat obesity, including morbid obesity, or for the purpose of weight reduction, regardless of the existence of comorbid conditions, except as otherwise provided in the Surgical Treatment of Morbid Obesity section of this Contract. Wigs, toupees, hair transplants, hair weaving or any drug if such drug is used in connection with baldness.
Telephone consultations. The compensation set forth in this Article shall only be payable in circumstances where a telephone call made or received by a member is with respect to consultation, advice, direction and/or guidance sought from that member (a “call”). Members who are contacted by telephone while off duty for any other reason than consultation, advice, direction and/or guidance sought from that member (e.g. notifications or cancellations) will not be compensated for the telephone call.
Telephone consultations. Time spent performing telephone consultations will be paid at the rate of one and one-half (1 ½) times the nurse’s regular rate of pay for the greater of one-half (1/2) hour per call or the duration of the call. Multiple calls on the same issue shall be limited to two (2) hours. If a call requires a nurse to report to the hospital, she shall receive only call back premium. Standby premium shall cease when the nurse is paid under this Article.
Telephone consultations. Treatment or consultations provided by telephone are not covered.
Telephone consultations. Also see the Co-ordination of Benefits page and the pages which describe the health care benefits.
Telephone consultations to be charged at £30 plus Health Grant for private pay and income support patients.
Telephone consultations. Transplants, except as otherwise listed in the Contract. Transportation; travel. Vision therapy. Vitamins and dietary supplements. Services or supplies received as a result of a war, or an act of war, if the Illness or Injury occurs while the Member is serving in the military, naval or air forces of any country, combination of countries or international organization and Illness or Injury suffered as a result of special hazards incident to such service if the Illness or Injury occurs while the Member is serving in such forces and is outside the home area... Weight reduction or control, unless there is a diagnosis of morbid obesity; special foods, food supplements, liquid diets, diet plans or any related products except as provided in the Nutritional Counseling and Food and Food Products for Inherited Metabolic Diseases items of this Contract. Wigs, toupees, hair transplants, hair weaving or any drug if such drug is used in connection with baldness.