unplanned activity

unplanned activity

A term of art used in NHS-Scotland for when a provider delivers healthcare to a patient which is not covered by an NHS service agreement, and for which the Scottish health commissioner pays for each individual episode in line with a published tariff.
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Russia has stated many times that it is not carrying out any unusual or unplanned activity on its territory near the border with Ukraine that would be of military significance," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
Tourism, which began as an unplanned activity in 1972, is the lifeline of the Maldives economy.
Several PSN servers rebooted themselves, and there was a lot of unplanned activity.
The additional mission of providing foreclosure assistance is driving scarce nonprofit resources into unplanned activity and thus putting a strain on staff and budgets.
5%, while rates from unplanned activity (spot pricing, back-up pricing and paid deadhead) fell 6.