midlevel provider


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midlevel provider

n.
A medical provider who is not a physician but is licensed to examine and treat patients under the supervision of a physician.

midlevel provider

Managed care A health care provider–eg, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, etc, whose activities are directed and/or dictated by a supervising physician on whom liability for those activities rests
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Frequency distributions are provided to describe the findings, and Chi-Square tests were used to investigate whether possible factors such as level of education, holding an expanded practice permit, age, and professional association membership had a relationship to the midlevel provider questions.
In many ways, training midlevel providers to administer medication abortion makes sense for a procedure that requires extensive patient education and counseling--skills that are emphasized in the education of these providers.
It isn't necessary to walk away from Medicare, using an innovative model such as the residency teaching clinic system and adapting it to non-academic settings with midlevel providers, it is possible to see Medicare patients and still enjoy healthy margins.
Midlevel providers assisted in the eligibility screening and postabortion follow-up, especially in the phase-two sites.
Close monitoring of midlevel providers requires establishing guidelines for opiate prescribing.
The medical program director is responsible for the supervision and clinical support of the medical providers and midlevel providers working within RIDOC, approving consultants, outside referrals, nonformulary medications and labs, medical furloughs, medical complaints and outside elective medical care.
In: Expanding access: midlevel providers in menstrual regulation and elective abortion care.
ACOs that fail to meet the CMS performance and savings benchmarks can be stuck with the bill for investments made to improve care, such as equipment and computers and the hiring of midlevel providers and managers, and they may be assessed monetary penalties.