Private Practice definition

Private Practice means those services provided, in or using the hospital's facilities, and for which fees are charged by or on behalf of the practitioner.
Private Practice means the practice of a health practitioner who practises for his or her own account, either in solus practice, or as a partner in a partnership, or as an associate in an association with other practitioners, or as a director of a company established in terms of section 54A of the Act;
Private Practice as used in these rules, means a sole proprietorship, an individual or individuals using shared office space, or other business entity, required to be licensed under chapter 397, F.S.

Examples of Private Practice in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding other provisions of this act, funds at state institutions of higher learning derived wholly from athletic or other student contests, from the activities of student organizations, and from the operations of canteens and bookstores, and from approved Private Practice plans at institutions and affiliated agencies may be retained at the institution and expended by the respective institutions only in accord with policies established by the institution’s Board of Trustees.

  • Private Practice FeesPrivate practice fees are recognised as revenue at the time invoices are raised.

  • List below any organizations—including Professional Services Corporations (PSC) or Private Practice Plans—that will provide services or receive payments from ULRF for this project.

  • The Veterinarian shall apply for and obtain an Animal Care Facilities Act license from the Missouri Department of Agriculture prior to rescuing animals from the County and placing said animals up for adoption or rescue through the Veterinarian’s Private Practice.

  • Consultants (and associate specialists) employed under the Terms and Conditions of Service of Hospital Medical and Dental Staff are permitted to carry out private practice in NHS hospitals subject to the conditions outlined in the handbook "A Guide to the Management of Private Practice in the NHS".


More Definitions of Private Practice

Private Practice means the practice of a legal practitioner who places legal services at the disposal of the public for reward and is actively engaged in the profession either as an attorney or as an advocate, or the practice of a legal practitioner as contemplated in sections 34(5)(c), (d) or (e) or section 34(6)(b),
Private Practice means an attorney or lawyer who is continually licensed to practice law and does so independently not as an employee of a state or local government.
Private Practice means the conduct of professional practice, including the treatment of patients and provision of health services to patients, for personal profit;
Private Practice means a practice (whether sole, partnership or group) which receives its entire income from the fees charged to its patients without subsidy or funding from any public sector body.
Private Practice means social work practice conducted only by an LISW who is either self-employed or a member of a partnership or of a group practice providing diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders or conditions. In this context, “group practice” means an association of professionals in which an LISW is independently engaged in the practice of social work and has ongoing control of the clinical, financial, administrative, and professional arrangements between the LISW and the clients/patients of the LISW.
Private Practice means the performance of work by any person for another person otherwise than under a contract of master and servant;
Private Practice means an individual or entity in which: