covering physician

covering physician

Medtalk A licensed doctor of medicine or osteopathy with an agreement to provide services to another provider's Pts when the provider is not available
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Covering physician must be Board Certified and must obtain privileges.
Burnout Proof" contains 19 videos, 18 audios and 11 documents covering physician burnout basics and dozens of burnout prevention and life balance techniques.
1) Thus, the covering physician at an ice hockey game must be prepared to acutely manage a variety of orthopedic injuries, as well as potentially serious injuries to the face, neck, and chest.
With this application, though, the covering physician gets a "snapshot" about each patient, including his or her problem list, medications, recent laboratory results, and a summary of what is going on.
In a small practice, where one physician might cover for another on a weekend or holiday, remote access to the EMR provides the covering physician with an in-depth look at the clinical history and current treatment of a colleague physician's patient--especially valuable if both patient and physician are off-site.
The nurse who was calling for directions was referred to the covering physician and the covering physician directed that there were three options.
The main message to people I think is, particularly during the summertime, if you exhibit a lot of these symptoms, which can be joint swellings or pain, rashes, severe tiredness, and it is different from being tired from the end of a hectic schedule, it's worth it to go to your covering physician and get looked at,'' she said.
A covering physician can access a patient's latest medical history with a few points-and-clicks.
Davenport was directed: "When you are not on call, the hospital operator will direct all calls to your practice to the covering physician.
Physicians use PatientKeeper Sign-Out to quickly log tasks and enter patient care details, problems and other information that will be needed by covering physicians when handing off patient care to the next covering physician.