contingency plan


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contingency plan

A generic term for an arrangement made for a patient in the event that his/her original care plan fails or is unviable—e.g., either the care coordinator is unavailable or part of a care plan cannot be carried out on short notice.
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Conversely, respondents representing non-adoption of a contingency plan were asked about identical concepts phrased in a similar fashion (e.
But since we can't, we'd better think through as many situations as possible, analyze what could go wrong, and develop contingency plans.
In short, implementation of CMS's and other payers' contingency plans will ensure that your healthcare claims will continue to be processed after the October 16 deadline.
Procedures contained in Wales' Contingency Plan were recommended by several inquiries into the 2001FMD crisis, which cost the farming industry pounds 3bn in disease control.
Contingency plans for billing operations include keeping paper and electronic records of critical billing documents.
An adequate contingency plan will likely mitigate failures since issues are discovered and operable plans are implemented to prevent or overcome business disruptions.
Integrate the various actions into a comprehensive contingency plan.
Disaster Recovery Testing, Exercising Your Contingency Plan.
We're going to have to take a more realistic view, with the prudent realization that the possibility of failure is real and should be addressed as part of the contingency plan.
As such, it has developed the Chemical/Biological Incident Contingency Plan.
Appoint a disaster recovery manager to incorporate the computer contingency plan into the overall broader DRP.

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