panel physician

panel physician

Managed care A physician who works in a health care network, and unlike physicians in private practice, does not have his/her 'own' Pts. See Deselection.
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For this reason, it is hoped that improved linkages between panel physician activities and TB control efforts within their countries would benefit the migrants and others in their source populations.
Federal guidelines mandated extensive TB screening by a registered "panel physician" (or "civil surgeon" if the immigrant was already residing in the U.S.) through a combination of medical history, physical exam, and a chest X-ray.
In the presence of invited guests, including Chinese government officials and the consulate general's panel physician, Consul General Robert Goldberg administered the oath to 60 families preparing to take their newly adopted children home to the United States.
The court rejected the plaintiffs' contention that the State Medical Malpractice Act did not permit a panel physician to testify as a compensated expert for one of the parties.
Albert Einstein Medical Center," the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that there was sufficient evidence to survive a motion for summary judgment in a case in which a plaintiff sought to hold an HMO vicariously liable for a panel physician. It was a wrongful death case arising from a hospital's discharge of a patient followed within hours by a fatal myocardial infarction.
At the time of his immigration medical examination by a panel physician on June 29, the boy was found to have a rash on his neck.

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