professional courtesy


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professional courtesy

The practice by a physician of waiving all or a part of the fee for services provided to a physician’s office staff, other physicians and/or their families. Professional courtesy has been extended to include the waiver of coinsurance obligations or other out-of-pocket expenses for physicians or their families.

professional courtesy

Professional discount Medtalk The practice by a physician of waiving of all, or a part, of the fee for services provided to a physician's office staff, other physicians and/or their families; PC has been extended to include the waiver of coinsurance obligations or other out-of-pocket expenses for physicians or their families. See Insurance only billing, Pro bono.
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"It will not answer to mix methods, Father; neither would it be professional courtesy. Two of a trade must not underbid each other.
The only good bone in these hired guns is that they observe "Professional Courtesy.
AM: What professional courtesy practices should people have?
In this separate lawsuit, Dinter and Fairview moved for summary judgment, "arguing that Dinter owed no duty of care to Warren because Simon had called Dinter only 'for his thoughts as a hospitalist' and, therefore, he had 'provided his reactions as a professional courtesy' to Simon.
* Mandate commissioners email copies of proposed amendments to agenda items to all members 24 hours before meetings "as a professional courtesy."
Second, that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him".
Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erratic conduct and behavior … That conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that has been due to him," Trump said.
"Still professional courtesy demands that persons, especially lawyers, having business before courts, act with discretion and manifest this discretion in their choice of apparel," the SC stressed.
Professional courtesy is usually defined as providing either free or discounted services to fellow physicians and their families.
Ingredients of a respectful workplace culture include civility and professional courtesy, Ippolito said.
Still, she was afforded the sort of professional courtesy that most two-legged members of society can only dream about from their human resources departments.
They probably thought, out of professional courtesy, Ma would not bring up that issue.

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