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service area

Managed care The area, allowed by state agencies or by a certification of authority, in which a health plan can provide services. See Health plan.
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Lehto added that it continues to organise its operations around the service areas and the company has named responsible management for the service areas.
In October 2004, LAFCO proposed that Newhall Water be dissolved, stating the district was redundant because its service areas overlapped with those of other water sellers.
Supervisors of each student support service area were sent the survey results specific to their area.
None of the ten British service areas surveyed was rated 'good' and only three - including Welcome Break on the M40 north between junctions 12 and 13 at Warwick - achieved an 'acceptable' rating.
When you evaluate, consider each service area's role, how campers connect with counselors and staff, what role your service areas can play in freeing other staff to focus on functions, and how service areas can be integrated to support achieving broader camp goals.
Defence & Security product and service area combines the company's previous Defence product and service area (products and solutions targeted for the defence markets) and Special Devices product and service area (R&D services, products and solutions for special terminal markets).
The companies will be using CopperCom's VoIP capabilities to offer IP services outside of their current service area.
Firms currently handling specific legal assignments for Citizens in the five (5) Service Areas described above will continue to provide services for those specific assignments.
The primary credit concerns are ARH's continued weak liquidity position, weak operating performance in fiscal 2006, negative utilization trends, high dependence on government payors and weak service area characteristics, increased physician competition and protracted disagreement over nurse labor contracts in fiscal 2006, and future capital needs.
Aetna was one of several health plans selected by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to provide Medicaid and CHIP services in the Bexar and Tarrant service areas.
The secondary service areas to the north and south accounted for approximately 15% and 18% of fiscal 2004 inpatient admissions, respectively.

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