technical component

technical component

Managed care Those charges made for the facility component of billing and claims for health care services

tech·ni·cal com·po·nent

(tek'ni-kăl kŏm-pō'nĕnt)
In health care informatics, that portion of a procedure undertaken by a technician, rather than by a physician.
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The agreement on the development of military-technical cooperation is aimed at improving the mechanism for the supply of military products in the interests of the national armed forces of the countries, providing the Armed Forces, military formations and special services with highly effective prospective weapon systems, and forming the technical component of the collective security system.
Typically, physician offices are not prepared to establish a histology/cytology lab in-house to facilitate the generation of the technical component.
TDC, a technical component distributor specialising in embedded components for wireless applications such as GSM, GPRS, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and ZigBee, today (24 November) announced the availability of new serial to WLAN server modules.
When describing detection technologies, Alisa identifies two main components--a technical component and an analytical component.
Although you are acting as your own sonographer for your scans, this still represents the technical component of a scan, which is reimbursed when reporting the unmodified code for the service.
A histotechnologist, frequently hired by the pod organizer, performs the technical component of the laboratory service, and a pathologist, who is also recruited by the pod organizer, performs the professional component and supervises the histotech.
It is not uncommon for students to develop technique through repertoire study, with each composition providing the impetus for integrating a new technical component into one's physical and tonal palette.
All of the analyses focused on issues with a considerable scientific or technical component.
The limitation of the system is that it is for physician services only and does not include the technical component.
TDC, part of the Abacus Group and a technical component distributor, has launched a Bluetooth module with an open-field range of 1km from its internal antenna.
Development of systems to identify and separate the technical component from the professional component of services was ignored because the cost of computer tracking was considered exorbitant.
TDC, a technical component distributor and part of the Abacus Group, is developing a new socket modem that targets video surveillance and other multimedia-based systems applications.

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