Service Authorization definition

Service Authorization means that Open Ecosystem Partner needs to meet specific qualification requirements for the products included in a “Service” Product Family that Open Ecosystem Partner wants to promote and offer Services for as set out in detail in the Open Ecosystem Program Guide.
Service Authorization means that Partner needs to meet specific qualification requirements for the products included in a “Service” Product Family that Partner wants to promote and offer Services for as set out in detail in the PartnerEdge Program Guide and the applicable RSPI.
Service Authorization means the process of determining service necessity and the level of care and number of units of service to be provided to a child.

Examples of Service Authorization in a sentence

  • The packet includes the Service Authorization Request (SAR) with any decision-related information redacted, any documents submitted with the SAR, and a review decision form to be completed by the secondary reviewer.


More Definitions of Service Authorization

Service Authorization means the process of service necessity determination and service authori- zation of scope, amount and duration by the review organization.
Service Authorization. A managed care Member’s request for the provision of services
Service Authorization means the approval required from the designated authority for reimbursement for certain Medicaid services.
Service Authorization. A Member’s request for the provision of a service.
Service Authorization. The Health Plan’s approval for services to be rendered. The process of authorization must at least include a Health Plan Enrollee’s or a Provider’s request for the provision of a service.
Service Authorization. A Member’s or P4HB Participant’s request for the provision of a service.
Service Authorization means an authorization by CDDP of the DD Services that CDDP is responsible to authorize according to Exhibit B Part 2, as identified in an Individual’s ISP, and entered for billing purposes into eXPRS via POC or a CPA.