care professional

care professional

Any health or social care professional who provides care services.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Women should speak with their health care professional about their birth control options.
He or she is an allied health care professional who can provide immediate emergency care, evaluation, referral if necessary, and most important, the rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletic injuries.
GERONTOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL. Chop WC, Robnett RH.
A majority of respondents (80%) felt that the quality of their care was affected when their physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other health care professional was burned out, and almost half (47%) said that they would avoid asking questions if their provider appeared burned out because they wouldn't want to add to that person's stress, the ASHP said.
This information should help the diabetes care professional to practice due rubrivigilance, i.e.
The term "medical technician" does not refer to medical laboratory technicians, but instead is defined as an unlicensed health care professional "who assists licensed health care professionals in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease" and who has "access to drugs and patients in a health care facility or in a medical establishment." Some medical assistants may fall under this definition and therefore may be required to register with the Board.
In addition, the defendants' goal was "to stifle price competition between independent eye care professional retailers and big-box stores..., Internet retailers..., and warehouse clubs ..., who, on average, charge up to approximately 30 percent less for the same contact lenses sold by independent eye care professional retailers."
In addition, the defendants' goal was "to stifle price competition between independent eye care professional retailers and big-box stores , Internet retailers , and warehouse clubs , who, on average, charge up to approximately 30 percent less for the same contact lenses sold by independent eye care professional retailers."
hospitals and about 41% of the office-based physicians eligible to receive health care professional incentive payments intended to participate in the incentive payment program.
A total of 68% of adults said that a health care professional recommended that they get a flu vaccination this year, up from 58% in 2010 and 38% in 2008, according to a nationwide telephone survey of 1,006 adults conducted by the NFID.
If an order for a compulsory HIV test was granted, the police will ask a health care professional at a designated health facility to take two body specimens (i.e.
The Dementia Care Professionals of America (DCPA) recently named Madaleine Lippert of Ferndale, the Dementia Care Professional of the Year for 2008.