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service area

Managed care The area, allowed by state agencies or by a certification of authority, in which a health plan can provide services. See Health plan.
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This RFP applies only to assignments within the five Service Areas described above.
SIGNS OF ECONOMIC STRENGTHENING: The service area encompasses a significant portion of the large and economically diverse Salt Lake County.
So that no single region SCE serves will be left short of staff, the employees chosen for the assistance effort came from across SCE's entire 50,000-square-mile service area.
Although the service area is competitive, the hospitals vying for Prince George's County admissions are somewhat dispersed, with distances from DCH ranging from about 5-15 miles.
Availability of RCN's subscription portable music download service, RCN MusicToGo, has been expanded to states outside of its current service area including CT, NJ, RI, NH, ME, WI, IN, MI, and DE.
The Rating Outlook is Stable reflecting Fitch's belief that MediCorp's operating profitability will be sustained over the long term due to its dominant market presence in a rapidly expanding service area.
This interconnection will enable the Ontario and Trumansburg Telephone Companies to expand their business by offering wholesale broadband services to customers outside their current service area.
DMH is the dominant market share provider in its primary service area (PSA) of Macon County, IL.
FCGH's market share in its six-county primary service area is strong at approximately 67%, with its closest competitor, Wesley Medical Center, a 211-bed hospital owned by Triad Hospitals, Inc.
The primary credit concerns are ARH's continued weak liquidity position, weak operating performance in fiscal 2006, negative utilization trends, high dependence on government payors and weak service area characteristics, increased physician competition and protracted disagreement over nurse labor contracts in fiscal 2006, and future capital needs.
Key credit strengths include Anne Arundel Health System's (AAHS) solid historical operating profitability and cash flow, strong liquidity, leading market position, and benefits derived from a favorable service area.
Clair is currently contemplating a possible debt issuance in the second half of 2007 to finance a new emergency department and ambulatory surgical center, as well as outpatient centers located in faster growing parts of the service area.

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