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point of service

Place of service Managed care The 'where' a medical service is provided–eg, clinic, hospital inpatient, hospital outpatient, nursing facility, home, clinic, etc

point of service

A form of extended health care coverage granted to members of managed care plans who opt to pay additional premiums for medical services provided by special panels of providers.
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service is now available worldwide through Novell(R) authorized resellers.
This can also be used to determine misuse in the emergency department or other areas, such as when individuals give false information at the point of service.
Because of inefficient processes at the point of service, many providers continue to miss out on collections opportunities.
By meeting the criteria set forth by Windows Embedded for Point of Service, SecureWave strengthens our commitment to protect corporate data and assets, no matter where they reside.
Our alliance will reduce global merchant's tedious administrative involvement regarding each local payment, increase the capabilities in the online global business as a primary focus and enjoy leading payment technologies from each region by a single point of service.
As consumers shoulder more of the actual cost of their healthcare services, providers face an alarming rate of growing accounts receivables and bad debt," said Spirek "In the new retail market, the actual cost of a healthcare transaction will be determined - and paid for - at the point of service.
Leading Provider of Store Solutions to Further Invest in Windows Embedded for Point of Service, with Commitment to Implement POS for .
VeriFone CONNECT enables acceptance of card payments at any point of service, including the counter, tableside, at the car and at the customer's door.
SHS's target market is patients who pay cash for their medical care at the point of service.