Specialty care definition

Specialty care means advanced medically necessary care and treatment of specific physical, mental or behavioral health conditions or those health conditions which may manifest in particular ages or subpopulations, that are provided by a specialist, preferably in coordination with a primary care professional or other health care professional.
Specialty care means advanced medically necessary care and treatment of specific
Specialty care means any service provided that is not provided by a PCP. State means the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Examples of Specialty care in a sentence

  • Specialty care services refer to non-PC and non-MH services provided by a physician.

  • Specialty care access will be provided at a minimum within 30 business days of request.

  • Specialty care services that facilitate patients meeting preventive and disease specific guidelines are top priority.

  • Specialty care access will be provided at least equal to those offered to the Medicaid fee- for-service participants.

  • Specialty care is also available should such care be required, however, you must be referred to a Dental Specialist by your General Dentist.


More Definitions of Specialty care

Specialty care means medical services not delivered by primary care providers.
Specialty care means care not included in primary
Specialty care means care or a service that is provided by a provider who is not:
Specialty care means specialist-provided health care (e.g., nephrology, surgery, and orthopedics).
Specialty care means advanced medically necessary care and treatment of specific physical, mental, or behavioral health conditions, or those health conditions which may manifest
Specialty care means care not included in primary care.
Specialty care means advanced medically necessary care