Primary care services definition

Primary care services means the services in respect of which NHS England has a duty or power to make arrangements pursuant to the Primary Care Functions;
Primary care services means health care services
Primary care services means the screening, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment conducted within the competency and training of the primary care provider for the purpose of promoting health or detecting and managing disease or injury.

Examples of Primary care services in a sentence

  • Primary care services" means medical services in pediatrics, internal medicine, and family medicine.

  • Primary care services, including out of hours, will prioritise and provide the required support to the bereaved if requested to do so as a separate activity.

More Definitions of Primary care services

Primary care services means health care provided by a primary care provider.
Primary care services means outpatient services in pediatrics, internal medicine, and family medicine.
Primary care services means those services set out in Section 12 below and detailed in the Service Contract.
Primary care services or "primary care" means the provision of integrated, accessible health care services by primary care providers and their health care teams who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community. The care is person-centered, team-based, community-aligned, and designed to achieve better health, better care, and lower costs.
Primary care services means the first
Primary care services means health care items or services available from Primary Care Providers within the scope of their medical or professional licenses or certifications, and shall include primary care items and services required by the Provider Manual or Program Requirements, which may include (i) assuring the timeliness of urgent, emergent, sick and preventive care to Members; (ii) conducting initial health assessments of new Members when such assessments are Covered Services under the applicable Benefit Plan; (iii) informing Members of specific health care needs that require follow up; (iv) instructing Members on measures they may take to promote their own health; (v) providing the coordination necessary for the referral of Members to specialists; or (vi) monitoring and follow-up of care provided by other providers for diagnosis and treatment.
Primary care services means professional comprehensive personal health services, which may include health education and disease prevention, treatment of uncomplicated health problems, diagnosis of chronic health problems, and overall management of health care services for an individual or a family, and the services of a psychiatrist. "Primary health care services" also includes providing the initial contact for health care services and making referrals for secondary and tertiary care and for continuity of health care services. (R.C. 3702.71(B).)