deemed status

deemed status

[dēmd]
Etymology: AS, deman, to judge; L, status, a standing
a status conferred on a hospital or other organization by a professional standards review organization in formal recognition that the organization's review, continued-stay review, and medical care evaluation programs meet certain effectiveness criteria.
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Accreditation that has independently-earned Deemed Status from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS);
Hope's deemed status with CHAP indicates that not only does Hope continuously meet Medicare regulations, Hope exceeds them and holds themselves to a higher standard.
In case of an erring deemed university, their deemed status can be revoked
Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium, who appeared before a bench of Justice Dalveer Bhandari and Justice Deepak Verma said: "Under the UGC Act, the Commission was empowered to accord the deemed status to universities.
The Joint Commission's accreditation, unlike federal deemed status, may be recognized by some states' quality oversight activities.
These are beneficiaries who are losing their deemed status, beneficiaries who are being re-assigned, and beneficiaries who need to choose an alternative plan.
William Bierie, president and CEO of the Maumee Valley Guidance Center in Defiance, Ohio, reminded me that Ohio has granted deemed status to accredited organizations and that the members of the Ohio Council of Behavioral Healthcare Providers "rated accreditation as superior to state certification rules because they learned more about their organizations and continuous performance improvement.
M+C organizations that are licensed as health maintenance organizations and are accredited by NCQA may receive, at their request, deemed status for the M+C requirements in six areas: quality assurance, information on advance directives, anti-discrimination, access to services, provider participation rules, and confidentiality and accuracy of enrollee records.
I wonder if ANCC and JCAHO worked together to develop a survey program, HCFA might consider it for deemed status.
She served as the Joint Commission's content expert for ambulatory care across areas including office-based surgery, deemed status ASCs, sleep centers, the Department of Defense, system surveys, convenient care, urgent care, free-standing emergency departments and telemedicine.
The company is accredited with deemed status by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC).
But instead of sticking to their core area for which they're given deemed status, these universities introduced in- demand courses such as management.