professional component


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pro·fes·sion·al com·po·nent

(prŏ-fesh'ŭn-ăl kŏm-pō'nĕnt)
In health care informatics, that portion of a service or therapy provided by a physician rather than any other health care workers.
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It will then do the professional evaluation, produce the completed patient report, bill for the professional component, and finally integrate the patient results into its record-keeping system.
8 (a) Participants were asked, "Approximately how many hours (on average) are spent per autopsy case for the professional component of a xxxxxx autopsy?
One of my biggest concerns with regards to the profession is why government departments, and even parastatals, are not used to the same level as private law firms when it comes to the professional component of training for attorneys to get articled.
These deductibles are typically set between $7,500 and $10,000 for the professional component and between $20,000 and $30,000 for the institutional component.
Technical component (TC), professional component (PC), and split billing
1) In essence, this legislation applies a multiple procedure payment reduction (MPPR) to the professional component of advanced diagnostic imaging services administered to the same patient, by the same physician, during the same session.
The agency wants to extend the multiple procedure payment reduction (MPPR) policy to the professional component of advanced imaging services, which includes computed tomography (CT) scans, MRI, and ultrasound.
What new doctors have to understand, however, is "they're going to have to embrace that professional component.
Compounding the problem is division of the professional component into 18 or 20 individual faculty practice groups, each differently organized and with varying politics.
The professional component involves the medical interpretation of the slide performed by a pathologist.
In 2005 I calculated what my costs were, but then made the professional component of the fee a matter of prayer and the Lord met me, that is He revealed what He wanted it to be.
4) In order to determine the profit or loss from the professional component of each of these breast-imaging procedures, Enzmann et al (8) measured the time for radiologist's interpretation/performance.

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