The Patient Sample Clauses

The Patient. 4.3.1. The Patients role is summarised in the Pharmacy/Patient Agreement (Appendix 5 and also available on the PharmOutcomes module) agreement, which the patient is required to sign at the start of treatment. It is advised that the pharmacist engages with the patient at the start of treatment to clarify what is expected of the patient in the pharmacy.
The Patient. The patient will be required to sign a Pharmacy/Patient agreement at the start of treatment. It is expected the pharmacy will engage with patient at the start of treatment to clarify expectations of the patient in the pharmacy. An example of the agreement can be found in the appendix.

Related to The Patient

  • Patient A patient is defined as those persons for whom the Physician shall provide Services, and who are signatories to, or listed on the documents attached as Appendix 1, and incorporated by reference, to this agreement.

  • Outpatient If you receive dialysis services in a hospital's outpatient unit or in a dialysis facility, we cover the use of the treatment room, related supplies, solutions, drugs, and the use of the dialysis machine. In Your Home If you receive dialysis services in your home and the services are under the supervision of a hospital or outpatient facility dialysis program, we cover the purchase or rental (whichever is less, but never to exceed our allowance for purchase) of the dialysis machine, related supplies, solutions, drugs, and necessary installation costs. Related Exclusions If you receive dialysis services in your home, this agreement does NOT cover: • installing or modifying of electric power, water and sanitary disposal or charges for these services; • moving expenses for relocating the machine; • installation expenses not necessary to operate the machine; or • training you or members of your family in the operation of the machine. This agreement does NOT cover dialysis services when received in a doctor's office.

  • Inpatient In accordance with Rhode Island General Law §27-20-17.1, this agreement covers a minimum inpatient hospital stay of forty- eight (48) hours from the time of a vaginal delivery and ninety-six (96) hours from the time of a cesarean delivery: • If the delivery occurs in a hospital, the hospital length of stay for the mother or newborn child begins at the time of delivery (or in the case of multiple births, at the time of the last delivery). • If the delivery occurs outside a hospital, the hospital length of stay begins at the time the mother or newborn is admitted as a hospital in connection with childbirth. Any decision to shorten these stays shall be made by the attending physician in consultation with and upon agreement with you. In those instances where you and your infant participate in an early discharge, you will be eligible for: • up to two (2) home care visits by a skilled, specially trained registered nurse for you and/or your infant, (any additional visits must be reviewed for medical necessity); and • a pediatric office visit within twenty-four (24) hours after discharge. See Section 3.23 - Office Visits for coverage of home and office visits. We cover hospital services provided to you and your newborn child. Your newborn child is covered for services required to treat injury or sickness. This includes the necessary care and treatment of medically diagnosed congenital defects and birth abnormalities as well as routine well-baby care.

  • Hospice g. Individuals whose permanent residence and principal work location are outside the State of Minnesota and outside of the service areas of the health plans participating in Advantage. If these individuals use the plan administrator’s national preferred provider organization in their area, services will be covered at Benefit Level Two. If a national preferred provider is not available in their area, services will be covered at Benefit Level Two through any other provider available in their area. If the national preferred provider organization is available but not used, benefits will be paid at the POS level described in paragraph “i” below. All terms and conditions outlined in the Summary of Benefits will apply.

  • 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:

  • Hospital Any institution legally licensed as a medical or surgical facility in the country in which it is located, that is a) primarily engaged in providing diagnostic and therapeutic facilities for clinical and surgical diagnosis, treatment and care of injured and sick persons by or under the supervision of a staff of physicians; and b) not a place of rest, a place for the aged, a nursing or convalescent home or institution, or a long-term care facility. HOSPITAL SERVICES: Hospital staff, nurses, scrub nurses, standard private or semi-private room and board, and other medically necessary treatments or services ordered by a physician for the insured who is admitted to a hospital. These services also include local calls, TV, and newspapers. Private nurse and standard private room upgrade to a suite or junior suite are not included in hospital services.

  • MEDICALLY FRAGILE STUDENTS 1. If a teacher will be providing instructional or other services to a medically fragile student, the teacher or another adult who will be present when the instruction or other services are being provided will be advised of the steps to be taken in the event an emergency arises relating to the student's medical condition.

  • PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES Psychotherapy is not easily described in general statements. It varies depending on the personalities of the psychologist and patient, and the particular problems you are experiencing. There are many different methods I may use to deal with the problems that you hope to address. Psychotherapy is not like a medical doctor visit. Instead, it calls for a very active effort on your part. In order for the therapy to be most successful, you will have to work on things we talk about both during our sessions and at home. Psychotherapy can have benefits and risks. Since therapy often involves discussing unpleasant aspects of your life, you may experience uncomfortable feelings like sadness, guilt, anger, frustration, loneliness, and helplessness. On the other hand, psychotherapy has also been shown to have many benefits. Therapy often leads to better relationships, solutions to specific problems, and significant reductions in feelings of distress. But there are no guarantees of what you will experience. Our first few sessions will involve an evaluation of your needs. By the end of the evaluation, I will be able to offer you some first impressions of what our work will include and a treatment plan to follow, if you decide to continue with therapy. You should evaluate this information along with your own opinions of whether you feel comfortable working with me. Therapy involves a large commitment of time, money, and energy, so you should be very careful about the therapist you select. If you have questions about my procedures, we should discuss them whenever they arise. If your doubts persist, I will be happy to help you set up a meeting with another mental health professional for a second opinion.

  • Discrimination and Harassment No discrimination, interference, restrictions or coercion shall be exercised or practised by the University or the Union with respect to any staff member in regard to any matter to do with terms and conditions of employment by reason of race, creed, colour, sex, marital status, nationality, ancestry, place of origin, political or religious affiliations, sexual orientation, citizenship, age, record of offences, family status, handicap, language (unless a bona fide occupational requirement of a position), nor by reason of membership or non-membership or activity or lack of activity in the Union. The above terms are as defined in the Ontario Human Rights Code, where so specified. Every staff member has a right to freedom from harassment in the workplace by the employer or agent of the employer or by another employee due to the prohibited grounds as stated in the Code. Harassment means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct that is known, or ought reasonably to be known, as unwelcome. A staff member is not required to perform any duties of a personal nature not connected with the approved operations of the University. If an employee has filed a grievance under Article 5.1 and wishes to exercise rights under the university’s Human Rights Policy, the grievor shall file a formal request to hold the grievance in abeyance under Article 20.6 (j).

  • Medication 1. Xxxxxxx’s physician shall prescribe and monitor adequate dosage levels for each Client.