PSO


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PSO

Progressive supranuclear ophthalmoplegia
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Only one manager said provisions had been put in place for backfilling the time that the PSO was on study days.
This logo is intended to identify entities whose PSO certifications have been accepted in accordance with Section 3.
He said whenever PSO took action against corrupt officials, the courts reinstated them.
The federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), which oversees PSOs, is organizing the Baltimore conference.
Equipped with the most modern facilities like electronic dispensing units, convenience stores, business centers and customer-friendly staff, these outlets have gone a long way in establishing customer confidence on PSO.
It was then reported that PSO was one of the hottest selling entities at the country's stock exchanges.
First called for by the Institute of Medicine in its 1999 report "To Err is Human," PSOs will be entities to which physicians and other health care providers can voluntarily report "patient safety events" with anonymity and without fear of tort liability.
Goal is to assess host country's peacekeeping training center, evaluate existing PSO training capabilities, brief the PSO core curriculum, and tailor upcoming programs to fit the country's training needs.
Faced with few PSO applications and many HMO market withdrawals, the feds will have to consider whether additional incentives are needed to sustain their policy of encouraging Medicare managed care growth.
The Federal Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (Patient Safety Act) authorized the creation of PSOs to improve the quality and safety of U.
She said PSO has been repeatedly suggesting to the concerned entities and the relevant authorities to ensure payment to PSO just half of the amount collected from consumers and help the company not only get eased the credit but avoid it as much as possible.