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recertification

Medspeak-UK
A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors on the specialist and GP registers conform with standards appropriate for their specialty of practice.
 
Medspeak-US
A process in which a professional is periodically re-evaluated (e.g., every 10 years) by an accrediting body to assure continued provision of safe, high-quality healthcare.

recertification

Recredentialing Graduate education A process in which a professional is periodically re-evaluated–eg, every 10 yrs by an accrediting body to assure continued provision of safe, high-quality health care
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The recertification lasts for a period of two years and will expire in September 2017.
External validation of the recertification marks a milestone in our roadmap to achieve excellence with continual improvement in efficiency, effectiveness and delivery of customer service.
in order to earn recertification credits, applicants can submit documentation of completion of an online course through ACA's Corrections Online Training Collaborative; ACA's online auditor's course; ACA's correspondence courses; an online course through a corrections organization other than ACA; attendance of a classroom workshop offered by an accredited organization, state or local correctional facility; or a corrections-related community college or university course.
We aim to be role models to our partners, investors and peers by promoting internationally recognised best practice and recertification is another important milestone in pursuing this goal.
The hotel has been issued with the recertification after it was subjected to an audit about two years ago.
To achieve recertification, Foster Refrigerator introduced a number of changes including the implementation of LED lighting in factory and office areas, saving on average 70% of energy usage and completed its switch from shrink wrapping products to stretch wrap, eliminating the use of propane as a heat shrinking medium.
This is the recertification process, and it is the means by which Medicare determines whether patients continue to benefit from these specialized services meant for the care of patients at the end of their lives.
FISMA sets out a process for recertification when vendors make changes to their products, and Google is working through that recertification process now, it said.
But that doesn't seem to have spurred much recertification activity.
The reactivation and recertification of an existing 6-inch line from Windfall Junction on Pembina's Peace Pipeline system to Edson will provide transportation options for producers of liquids-rich gas in Deep Basin Cretaceous plays, including Cardium oil opportunities south of Edson.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court holding that Jacksonville attorney Carolyn Zisser had been denied no "constitutionally protected property or liberty interest" when her bid for recertification was denied based on unsatisfactory peer reviews.