Primary caregiver means the person identified in an ISP as providing the majority of services and support for an individual in the home of the individual.
Child Caregiver means an individual providing basic childcare service needs for Your minor children under the age of 18 while You are on the Trip without the minor children. The arrangement of being the Child Caregiver while You are on the Trip must be made 30 or more days prior to the Scheduled Departure Date.
Primary care physician means a physician who is a family
Family caregiver means a relative by blood, marriage, or Adoption who lives with or is the primary Caregiver of the terminally ill Member.
primary carer means the person who has responsibility for the care of the Child. Only one person can be the Child’s Primary Carer on a particular day.
Adult caregiver means an adult person whom a parent has au- thorized to provide temporary care for a child under Family Code Chapter 34. Family Code 34.0015(1)
Designated caregiver means a person who:
Caregiver means an individual employed for the purpose of providing assistance with activities of daily living to the Insured or to the Insured’s Family Member who has a physical or mental impairment. The caregiver must be employed by the Insured or the Insured’s Family Member. A caregiver is not a babysitter; childcare service, facility or provider; or persons employed by any service, provider or facility to supply assisted living.
Primary care-giver means a person who assumes the principal role of providing care and attention to a child.
Primary care means all health care services and laboratory services customarily furnished by or through a general practitioner, family practice physician, internal medicine physician, obstetrician/gynecologist, or pediatrician, or other licensed practitioner as authorized by the STATE, to the extent the furnishing of those services is legally authorized in the state in which the practitioner furnishes them.
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;
Relative caregiver means an individual who operates a home that has been approved by the Department to provide care for a related child or young adult placed in the home by the Department.
Primary Care Provider (PCP) means a health care professional who is contracted with BCBSAZ as a PCP and generally specializes in or focuses on the following practice areas: internal medicine, family practice, general practice, pediatrics or any other classification of provider approved as a PCP by BCBSAZ. Your benefit plan does not require you to have a PCP or to have a PCP authorize specialist referrals.
Primary care provider means a participating provider who supervises, coordinates, or provides initial care or continuing care to a covered person, and who may be required by the health carrier to initiate a referral for specialty care and maintain supervision of health care services rendered to the covered person.
child care element of working tax credit means the element of working tax credit prescribed under section 12 of the Tax Credits Act 2002 (child care element).
Emergency medical services personnel means that term as defined in section 20904 of the public health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.20904.
Substitute caregiver means any person other than the licensee, resident manager, floating resident manager, or shift caregiver who provides care and services in an adult foster home under the jurisdiction of the Department.
Respiratory care practitioner means a person who is
Specialist Physician or “Specialist” means a Plan Provider who has an independent contractor agreement with HPN to assume responsibility for the delivery of specialty medical services to Members. These specialty medical services include any Physician services not related to the ongoing primary care of a patient. A Specialist Physician’s agreement with HPN may terminate. In the event that a Member’s Specialist Physician’s agreement terminates, another Specialist Physician will be selected for the Member if those services are still required.
Emergency medical services provider means a person who has received formal training in prehospital and emergency care, and is licensed to attend any person who is ill or injured or who has a disability. Police officers, firefighters, funeral home employees and other persons serving in a dual capacity one of which meets the definition of “emergency medical services provider” are “emergency medical services providers” within the meaning of this chapter.
Acute Care Hospital means a hospital that provides acute care services Adjudicate means to deny or pay a clean claim. Administrative Services see HMOAdministrative Services. Administrative Services Contractor see HHSC Administrative Services Contractor.
Outpatient hospital services means preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, observation, rehabilitation, or palliative services provided to an outpatient by or under the direction of a physician, dentist, or other practitioner by an institution that:
Outpatient services means those services rendered in a practitioner’s office or in the department of an approved facility where services are rendered to persons who have not had an overnight stay and are not charged for room and board.
Clinic means a health facility providing health care services to individuals associated with a college or university.
Inpatient services means services provided to you as an admitted inpatient in a recognised private or public hospital for treatment that is in an included clinical category, has a Medicare item number allocated and a Medicare benefit is payable.
Medical cannabis dispensary means an organization issued a