delivery system


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delivery system

n.
1. A means or procedure for providing a product or service to the public: the health care delivery system.
2. A means, technology, or device for administering drugs to a patient.
3. The technology for conveying nuclear weapons to their targets.
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Warwick Lamb, said the experimental vaccine was developed by CSIRO using Imugene's Adenoviral Vector Delivery System.
This change in demographics left a population with significant chronic illness requiring very different care than what is provided by the current acute care delivery system.
a provider of digital broadband television services for use in their new Broadband Delivery System.
The agreement between the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation (CSAVR) to streamline the public vocational rehabilitation service delivery system grew out of a CSAVR initiative following the reauthorization of the Rehabilitation Act in 1992.
In addition, this information will create a better understanding of the roles of different referral sources and how they interact with each other and with your facility as part of the integrated delivery system.
Perhaps more important than the initial credentialing of physicians is the continual re-evaluation of providers within a health care delivery system.
An integrated delivery system has at least one type of physician/hospital linkage (please see Figure 4: IDS Elements).
Jeff Connors, CEO of ELM Resources, commented, "The fact is that ELM's student loan delivery system maximizes every school's freedom of choice, and allows them to exercise that choice without creating turmoil in their financial aid office.
These trends, overall, paint a picture of the PHO's transition into an integrated delivery system.
I can identify seven key success factors that an integrated delivery system (IDS) needs to emphasize in order to succeed in competing for health plan members and in managing the care of defined populations of people over time, under fixed budgets:
This new release expands on the enhancements included in the first phase of the release launched in December and continues to deliver on ELM's commitment to provide its customers with the most robust and flexible student loan delivery system available.
Instead of competing through credentials and location, providers will compete through measurable outcomes of care and proven technologies for networking all providers in the delivery system into an electronic web supporting computer-based patient records.