Medical director definition

Medical director means any physician licensed under Iowa Code chapter 148, 150, or 150A who shall be responsible for overall medical direction of the service program and who has completed a medical director workshop, sponsored by the department, within one year of assuming duties.
Medical director means a psychiatrist appointed under section 231 to advise the executive director of a community mental health services program.
Medical director means a physician licensed in a member state who is accountable for the care delivered by EMS personnel.

Examples of Medical director in a sentence

  • The Medical Director must be actively involved in all major clinical program components of the PH-MCO and directly participates in the oversight of the Special Needs Unit, QM Department and UM Department.

  • The Medical Director shall serve exclusively in this position and may not function in an executive capacity for another insurance product.

  • The Medical Director shall be located in Louisiana and shall be involved in all major clinical and quality management components of the MCO’s activities.

  • The purpose of the council is to advise the Medical Director or administrator regarding medical policies that govern the institution or facility.

  • The Medical Director shall have at least three (3) years of training in a medical specialty and five (5) years of experience post-training providing clinical services.

More Definitions of Medical director

Medical director means a physician who assumes the role of, or holds oneself out as, medical director or a physician who serves as a medical advisor for a medical spa. The medical director is responsible for implementing policies and procedures to ensure quality patient care and for the delegation and supervision of medical aesthetic services to qualified licensed or certified nonphysician persons.
Medical director means a Physician named by HPN to review use of health services by Members.
Medical director means a board-certified physician who is appointed by CareFirst BlueChoice. The duties of the Medical Director may be delegated to qualified persons. Medically Necessary or Medical Necessity means health care services or supplies that a health care provider, exercising clinical judgment, renders to or recommends for a patient for the purpose of preventing, evaluating, diagnosing or treating an illness, injury, disease, or its symptoms. These health care services or supplies are:
Medical director means a physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Oregon and is designated by a substance use disorders treatment program to be responsible for the program's medical services, either as an employee or through a contract.
Medical director means a physician who is licensed to practice medicine in accordance with Iowa Code chapter 148, 150, or 150A and who assumes responsibility for administering all medical services performed by the program, either by performing them directly or by delegating specific responsibility to authorized program physicians and health care professionals functioning under the medical director’s direct supervision.
Medical director means a physician who is responsible for the coordination of medical services provided to patients in a health care institution.
Medical director means a physician, fully licensed without restriction, who acts as a paid or volunteer medical advisor to a licensed ambulance service and who monitors and directs the care so provided. Such physicians shall meet such qualifications and requirements as may be promulgated by the Board;