Service Plan definition

Service Plan means the Operating Plan and Budget appended as Schedules A and D2a of Schedule D;
Service Plan means a written, individualized plan for services, developed by a service planning team and the resident or the resident's legal representative, that reflects the resident's capabilities, choices, and if applicable, measurable goals, and managed risk issues. The service plan defines the division of responsibility in the implementation of the services.
Service Plan means the monthly or annual subscription plan a Customer agrees to in the Service Order.

Examples of Service Plan in a sentence

  • During the term of this Agreement, Client shall provide TES with such Student/patient records, including Individualized Education Plans (“IEP”) or Individual Family Service Plan ("IFSP”), as may be reasonably necessary for the proper provision of the Services.

  • Such services, whether or not they are listed in any Client Service Plan, may be subject to the agreement of additional remuneration.

  • An RDSPD eligible student is defined as any student, age birth through 21 years, who has been determined by an ARD or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) committee to meet eligibility as a Deaf and Hard of Hearing student, and has been determined by an ARD or IFSP committee to need instruction from an RDSPD teacher for at least 45 minutes per week, whether served in Crowley ISD or in the student’s home district.


More Definitions of Service Plan

Service Plan means the written, individualized plan for services, developed by the Service Planning Team, that reflects the Individual’s capabilities, choices, and if applicable, measurable goals, and managed risk issues. The Service Plan defines the division of responsibility in the implementation of the services, as well as when and how often care and services shall be provided.
Service Plan or "Treatment plan" means the document used during the process by which a qualified service provider and the consumer together and jointly identify and rank problems, establish agreed-upon immediate short-term and long-term goals, and decide on the treatment process and resources to be utilized.
Service Plan means a written consumer-centered person-centered, outcome-based plan of services developed using an interdisciplinary process, which is written by the member’s case manager with input and direction from the member and which addresses all relevant services and supports being provided. It may involve more than one provider. The service plan is developed by the interdisciplinary team, which includes the member and, if appropriate, the member’s legal representative, member’s family, service providers, and others directly involved with the member.ITEM 45. Amend rule 441—83.101(249A), definition of “Service plan,” as follows:
Service Plan means a written consumer-centered, outcome-based plan of services developed using an interdisciplinary process, which addresses all relevant services and supports being provided. It may involve more than one provider.
Service Plan means a comprehensive plan for services and supports provided to or coordinated for an individual and their family, as applicable, that is reflective of the assessment and the intended outcomes of service.
Service Plan means the written, individualized plan for services developed by the Service Planning Team, reflecting the Individual’s capabilities, choices and, if applicable, measurable goals and managed risk issues. The Service Plan defines the division of responsibility in the implementation of the services, as well as when and how often care and Services shall be provided.
Service Plan means the written outline of the goods or services that a case manager authorizes a provider to provide to an individual, regardless of the funding source for those goods or services. "Service plan" includes the person-centered planning in rule 5160-44-02 of the Administrative Code.