Affiliated Provider

Affiliated Provider

A health care provider (which in the US refers to an individual doctor or health professional) or facility paid by a health plan to provide service to plan members.
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The league is run by Soccer Sixes, who are the biggest FA Affiliated provider of smallsided football in the country.
To promote Health eConnect to our affiliated provider network, we announced the service through our provider newsletters and through field recruitment, which provided orientation of Health eConnect to specific high-volume provider offices.
More than 11,650 affiliated provider organizations are identified in the new edition of The National Directory of Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems Database on CD-ROM.
and all of its related entities, companies, affiliates, subsidiaries and affiliated provider groups.
Prior to coming to MHP, Alejandro was the Vice President of Affiliated Provider Services at another major managed care organization in the South Florida market.
Frisbie Memorial Hospital and its affiliated providers are committed to providing the highest quality care to our community.
Nevertheless, zero-rating leads to selected traffic from the Internet service provider itself or affiliated providers being favoured above other traffic.
The group has a reputation for providing exceptional service to affiliated providers as well as hospital partners and excellent care for the patients and families they serve.
IPC's physicians and affiliated providers practice in hospitals or other inpatient facilities, including acute, post-acute and long-term care settings.
has been used for two years an an unofficial "umbrella" company for some trade shows for a group of affiliated providers of centralized lubrication systems.
Providers in 14 markets in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions were surveyed, both on- and off-site, for over 60 health-care standards as well as selected HEDIS measures of performance, on how well a health plan manages quality throughout every part of its delivery system--physicians, hospitals, affiliated providers and administrative services.
Organizations that call themselves integrated delivery systems but behave as loose consortiums of affiliated providers, allowing each operating unit to maintain its own governing board and budgeting process, tend to squander capital on inconsistent and incompatible information and communication systems that may meet their immediate local needs but that frustrate the goals of the larger organization.

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