eligibility criteria

eligibility criteria

A generic term for the rules governing access to an NHS health service—e.g., free continuing healthcare after discharge from hospital.
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NEW eligibility criteria for free patient transport to hospitals could result in one in five current users being asked to cough up.
Students must meet the NHCLC Eligibility Criteria and the eligibility criteria requested by each school to apply for a scholarship:
Green Sukuk are Shari'ah-compliant investment securities that finance projects meeting eligibility criteria developed by the International Climate Bond Standards scheme.
As a result, confusion occurred over issues, such as the eligibility criteria to apply, hampering the two agencies in their efforts to effectively manage the grant-making process.
Discussions included potential, beneficial changes to the eligibility criteria.
The objective of inviting fewer applications in the pilot phase was to put to test the newly developed applicants eligibility criteria and to ensure that the bank's first such endeavour had all operational support systems in place.
Early discussions have been taking place with other PCTs with a view to standardising eligibility criteria across the North East.
PEOPLE with social care needs put pressure on Coventry City Council to change eligibility criteria at a meeting yesterday.
Gammerman concluded that "courts simply do not have the authority to interfere with the manner in which churches organize the titles of their clerics, to determine the eligibility criteria for candidates for archbishop or bishop, to oversee monasteries, or to inject the state judicial authority into the other matters raised by this action.
I found the original article to be an accurate portrayal of one aspect of the complicated federal Medicaid eligibility criteria, which also permits recoupment of the state expenditures from the recipient's resources without the state's necessarily returning the federal matching funds it had previously received.
Most institutions advertise their merit programs; however, in many instances the eligibility criteria either aren't specified or are stated as making a candidate "eligible for consideration," thus stopping short of guaranteeing an award at the specified quality level.