Long-term definition

Long-term means that the effect of the impairment has lasted or is likely to last for at least twelve months (there are special rules covering recurring or fluctuating conditions)
Long-term means 12 months or more, e.g. a breathing condition that develops as a result of a lung infection
Long-term means beyond the ongoing twelve month period.

Examples of Long-term in a sentence

  • The Central parties agree to create a Central Committee to develop strategies for advocating to Government to increase and establish appropriate resources including RNs, to address the care needs for residents with aggressive and/or violent behaviours in Long Term Care Homes.

  • Page 10AIMPORTANT NOTICE TO: Long Term Care Facilities with Real Estate Tax Rates RE: 2000 REAL ESTATE TAX COST DOCUMENTATION In order to set the real estate tax portion of the capital rate, it is necessary that we obtain additional information regarding your calendar 2000 real estate tax costs, as well as copies of your real estate tax bills for calendar 2000.

  • A modified vacation queueing model and its applica- tion on the Discontinuous Reception power saving mechanism in unre- liable Long Term Evolution networks.

  • Page 10AIMPORTANT NOTICE TO: Long Term Care Facilities with Real Estate Tax Rates RE: 2018 REAL ESTATE TAX COST DOCUMENTATION In order to set the real estate tax portion of the capital rate, it is necessary that we obtain additional information regarding your calendar 2018 real estate tax costs, as well as copies of your original real estate tax bills for calendar 2018.

  • Additionally, provider qualifications are reviewed and verified by DHCF Division of Public and Private Provider Services.Frequency of Verification: DHCF’s Long Term Care Administration will monitor providers to ensure compliance with EPD Waiver programmatic requirements at least annually.


More Definitions of Long-term

Long-term means for a period of not less than 20 years.
Long-term means that the impairment is likely to last for the rest of a person’s life or has lasted at least 12 months or the total period for which it lasts is likely to be at least 12 months
Long-term means those data and digital outputs that will or may be of value to others within your research community and/or the wider research, innovation and stakeholder communities.
Long-term means that the effect of the impairment has lasted or is likely to last for at least twelve months
Long-term means that the effect of the impairment has lasted, or is likely to last, 12 months (there are special rules covering recurring or fluctuating conditions)
Long-term means the impairment has existed for at least 12 months, or is likely to do so.
Long-term means damage which is irreversible or which cannot be redressed through natural recovery within a reasonable period of time;