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 academic branch of the tawjihi qualifies students for entrance to universities, whereas the vocational or technical component qualifies for entrance to community colleges or universities.
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 and part of the Abacus Group plc, has introduced a new GPRS EDGE modem offering wireless Internet connections at three times the speeds of conventional GSM/GPRS modems.
Dubin is donating his time, equipment, employees and all expenses associated with the technical component of this service.
The challenged rules prohibit any markup of the professional and technical component of anatomic pathology services provided in a "centralized building" that does not qualify as the "same building" under the in-office ancillary services exception to the Stark physician self-referral law.
When describing detection technologies, Alisa identifies two main components--a technical component and an analytical component.
1, physicians who perform multiple imaging procedures on contiguous body parts during the same session will be paid in full for the first procedure and then will receive a 25% cut in the technical component payment for additional imaging procedures.
The factors influencing the requirements of human resources engaged in IT functions were identified as follows: support to End-users from the technical component of IT, drivers to involve End-users in IT function, growth in End-users computing, growth in IT applications, growth in the Usage of off-the-shelf/ ERP packages (gross value), growth in the usage of off-the-shelf/ERP packages (net value), growth in the requirements of IT professionals (average), growth in the requirements of IT professionals (percentage).
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.
We have one social meeting a year, our multi-day annual meeting features a very strong technical component, and chapter activities provide great networking opportunities.
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.
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