Participating physician definition

Participating physician means a physician licensed in Virginia to practice medicine, who practices
Participating physician means a physician, a physician designated by a group of physicians under section 17049 to represent that group, or a physician designated by a health facility or agency under section 20174 to represent that health facility or agency.
Participating physician means a physician who is managed, under contract with, or employed by a

Examples of Participating physician in a sentence

  • Inpatient hospital treatment for mastectomies will not be limited to any period that is less than that determined by the Participating physician.

  • Participating physician responsibilities‌ Experience Health Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) are responsible for providing or arranging for all appropriate medical services for Experience Health members, including preventive care, and the coordination of overall Care Management for the patient.

  • RESOLVED, that the Board of Education approve the District’s continuation in an agreement with Terracon for the provision of required New York State Special Inspection services for the 2018 Ernie Davis Academy Additions & Alterations projects in an additional amount of $20,000 for a total not to exceed $40,000, and authorize the Superintendent and President to execute all documents necessary to effectuate this resolution.

  • Participating physician groups must stratify any reported data by payor type and must report data according to requirements published under subsection (f) of this section.

  • Participating physician means a physician who (1) has the 10 primary responsibility for the care and treatment of the qualifying 11 medical condition of a person diagnosed with a qualifying medical 12 condition and (2) meets the requirements of section 24 of this act.


More Definitions of Participating physician

Participating physician means a physician practicing as a sole
Participating physician means a physician licensed in Florida to practice medicine who practices obstetrics or performs obstetrical services either full time or part time and who had paid or was exempted from payment at the time of the injury the assessment required for participation in the birth-related neurological injury compensation plan for the year in which the injury occurred. Such term shall not apply to any physician who practices medicine as an officer, employee, or agent of the Federal Government.
Participating physician means a medical doctor or osteopathic physician who holds a full Vermont medical license, who meets the requirements of Vermont law and these rulesthis rule to be the Participating Physician for a PA, and who has executed a practice agreement Practice Agreement to act as the Participating Physician for a Vermont PA.
Participating physician means a physician duly licensed to practice medicine by the applicable state authority and who has entered into an agreement with IPA to provide Covered Services to Members.
Participating physician means a physician duly licensed by the State of Texas to practice medicine who has agreed, by contract, to provide Covered Services to Subscribers.
Participating physician. A doctor of medicine that is legally authorized to practice medicine and surgery within the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and has a contract in effect with the INSURER.
Participating physician means a physician licensed in Virginia to practice medicine, who practices obstetrics or performs obstetrical services either full or part time or, as authorized in the plan of operation, a licensed nurse-midwife who performs obstetrical services, either full or part time, within the scope of such licensure and who at the time of the injury (i) had in force an agreement with the Commissioner of Health or his designee, in a form prescribed by the Commissioner, whereby the physician agreed to participate in the development of a program to provide obstetrical care to patients eligible for Medical Assistance Services and to patients who are indigent, and upon approval of such program by the Commissioner of Health, to participate in its implementation, (ii) had in force an agreement with the Board of Medicine whereby the physician agreed to submit to review by the Board of Medicine as required by subsection B of § 38.2-5004, and (iii) had paid the participating physician assessment pursuant to § 38.2-5020 for the period of time in which the birth-related neurological injury occurred. The term "participating physician" includes a partnership, corporation, professional corporation, professional limited liability company or other entity through which the participating physician practices. "Program" means the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program established