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  • practice
  • The preamble does not by its terms regulate abortions or any other aspect of appellees' medical practice, and § 1.205.2 can be interpreted to do no more than offer protections to unborn children in tort and probate law, which is permissible under Roe v. Wade, supra, 410 U.S., at 161-162, 93 S.Ct. (openjurist.org)
  • encourages
  • a) The Hyde Amendment places no governmental obstacle in the path of a woman who chooses to terminate her pregnancy, but rather, by means of unequal subsidization of abortion and other medical services, encourages alternative activity deemed in the public interest. (justia.com)
  • treatment
  • Months of medical treatment saw him much improved. (blogspot.ca)
  • Uninintended physical injury resulting from or contributed to by medical care (including the absence of indicated medical treatment), which requires additional monitoring, treatment or hospitalisation, or results in death. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Feltner and her colleagues concluded that current serologic screening tests produce a high rate of false-positive results--as much as 50%--and that those in turn lead to psychosocial harms such as distress and disruption of personal relationships, as well as increased costs and potential medical harm associated with confirmatory testing and unnecessary treatment. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • 0 Missing no info 21 Total 114 Table 3 Type of Medical Harm in Death Cases Diagnosis Treatment Surgery Related Related Related Number % Number % Number % Gender Female 10 40. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Title XIX of the Social Security Act established the Medicaid program in 1965 to provide federal financial assistance to States that choose to reimburse certain costs of medical treatment for needy persons. (justia.com)
  • Social Security Ruling 96-7p provides that the adjudicator must not draw any inferences about a claimant's symptoms and his functional effects from a failure to seek or pursue regular medical treatment without first considering any explanations that the claimant may provide, or other information in the record, that may explain the infrequent or irregular medical visits or failure to seek medical treatment. (columbusdisability.com)
  • The adjudicator may need to re-contact the claimant or question the claimant at the hearing in order to determine whether there are good reasons the claimant does not seek medical treatment or does not pursue treatment in a consistent manner. (columbusdisability.com)
  • This list includes the need to consider the fact that the claimant "may be unable to afford treatment and may not have access to free or low-cost medical services. (columbusdisability.com)
  • Insurer denied The Physical Therapy Institute s invoices for this treatment for the stated reason that it did not actually provide physical therapy to Claimant, explaining as follows: The Physical Therapy Institute is not the entity which provided the PT services represented on the submitted bill and therefore is not entitled to payment under the medical cost containment provision of the Act. (docplayer.net)
  • The first application covered treatment from January 25, 2012, through February 3, 2012, for which it billed $2, The Bureau s Medical Fee Review Section determined that the amount billed was correct and directed Insurer to pay The Physical Therapy Institute $2, plus ten percent interest. (docplayer.net)
  • The Physical Therapy Institute asserted that the Bureau had jurisdiction over the amount or timeliness of a payment owed for medical treatment but not over the question of whether a billing agency is a provider. (docplayer.net)
  • Program Memorandum AB-02-080 states "diagnostic testing, including hearing and balance assessment services, performed by a qualified audiologist is paid for as 'other diagnostic tests' under §1861(s)(3) of the Social Security Act (the Act) when a physician orders testing to obtain information as part of his/her diagnostic evaluation or to determine the appropriate medical or surgical treatment of a hearing deficit or related medical problem. (audiology.org)
  • services
  • Since the Title neither defines § 1008's "method of family planning" phrase nor enumerates what types of medical and counseling services are entitled to funding, it cannot be said that the Secretary's construction of the § 1008 prohibition to require a ban on such activities within Title X projects is impermissible. (openjurist.org)
  • Hospital
  • Such injury is considered harm whether or not it is considered preventable, whether or not it resulted from a medical error, and whether or not it occurred within a hospital. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Long spent the previous Sunday night in the hospital, which upset her daughter - one of the hardest things, she said, about her unpredictable and sometimes debilitating medical condition. (magicvalley.com)
  • payment of medical
  • Counsel also noted for the record that penalty petitions were pending before a workers compensation judge for Insurer s non-payment of medical bills for two injured workers, in which a central issue was whether The Physical Therapy Institute was a provider. (docplayer.net)
  • 3 The Bureau dismissed Insurer s petition, concluding that its jurisdiction was limited to disputes over the amount or timeliness of an insurer s payment of medical bills. (docplayer.net)
  • patient
  • When payment was offered for medical harm , the patient got the money more quickly than the typical four- or five-year time frame for compensation under traditional litigation. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Medical necessity includes the patient noting a change in one or more conditions, which may be new, or a change in a previous condition(s) such as hearing loss, tinnitus and/or dizziness. (audiology.org)
  • long
  • Brittany Long, 25, took this selfie April 10 during a lengthy stay in the emergency room at St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center. (magicvalley.com)