Primary care definition

Primary care means the practice of family medicine, general

Examples of Primary care in a sentence

Primary care physician supply and other key determinants of health care utilisation: the case of Switzerland.

Primary care physicians are licensed medical doctors practicing in the areas of family practice, general practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics/gynecology.

Primary care providers for GB GGZ (independent practice) may include: clinical psychologist/neuropsychologist, psychotherapist, healthcare psychologist.

Primary care providers need clear communication about implications of a negative antibiotic challenge.Relapse of allergic rhinoconjunctivitis after completion of 3 year course of grass pollen sublingual immunotherapyAnjum Grewal, Nicola JaySheffield Children's Hospital, Sheffield, United Kingdom BackgroundSublingual immunotherapy is established as an evidence based treatment for children with moderate to severe allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.

BACKGROUND Primary care data sets are commonly used for assessment of cardiovascular outcomes.


More Definitions of Primary care

Primary care means health services provided by health care
Primary care means family medicine, general internal medicine, naturopathic medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics or general psychiatry.
Primary care means healthcare services for a range of common physical, mental, or behavioral health conditions provided by a physician or non- physician primary care professional;
Primary care giver" means a person who assumes the principal role of providing care and attention to a child.
Primary care. All Health Care services and laboratory services, including periodic examinations, preventive Health Care and counseling, immunizations, diagnosis and treatment of illness or injury, coordination of overall medical care, record maintenance, and initiation of Referrals to specialty Providers described in this Contract, and for maintaining continuity of patient care. These services are customarily furnished by or through a general practitioner, family physician, internal medicine physician, obstetrician/gynecologist, or pediatrician, and may be furnished by a nurse practitioner to the extent the furnishing of those services is legally authorized in the State in which the practitioner furnishes them. Primary Care Provider (PCP): A licensed medical doctor (MD) or doctor of osteopathy (DO) or certain other licensed medical practitioner who, within the scope of practice and in accordance with State certification/licensure requirements, standards, and practices, is responsible for providing all required Primary Care services to Members or IPC P4HB Participants. A PCP shall include general/family practitioners, pediatricians, internists, physician’s assistants, CNMs or NP-Cs, provided that the practitioner is able and willing to carry out all PCP responsibilities in accordance with these Contract provisions and licensure requirements. Prior Authorization: Authorization granted in advance of the rendering of a service after appropriate medical review. (Also known as “pre-authorization” or “prior approval”).