The odds that HIV testing was anonymous were elevated for white men; those who had no health care provider
or had not discussed testing with their provider; those who had been tested at a site other than a private physician's office, a health maintenance organization or a hospital; those who had sought the test because of exposure to risk and those who had received counseling (odds ratios, 1.
Another serious health condition involving continuing treatment by a health care provider
is described as a "period of incapacity which is permanent or long-term due to a condition for which treatment may not be effective.
Measures have been introduced in Arkansas, Michigan, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and West Virginia that would allow pharmacists and other health care providers
to refuse treatment or medication to anyone by citing ethical, moral, or religious grounds.
The Minister and staff have held meetings with health care providers
, agencies and professional organizations in each of the designated LHIN areas.
These dramas offer citizens, scientists, health care providers
, environmental regulatory officials, and local governments an opportunity to realistically appraise risks and set goals for a healthier environmental future.
Because of nursing shortages or other factors, some camp settings have hired student nurses in a "first-aider" role to act as their sole health care provider
Your flu shot is free, if you are enrolled in Medicare Part B and your health care provider
accepts Medicare assignment.
How taken: intravenous (in the vein) injections by the health care provider
once every 8 weeks
It may have taken you only a visit or two to your doctor or other health care provider
to find out what's causing your health problem.
This model recognizes that the efforts of health care providers
support the work of families and communities who contribute the primary resources, support and dedication to their children.
By using an insurance agent to market its managed care plan to small companies and selfemployed individuals, by contracting with health care provider
groups in Hispanic and Asian communities, and by developing relationships with individual primary-care physicians and specialists along with ancillary service groups, the company has grown at an annual rate of 20% over the past five years.
Amerinet partners with health care providers
to improve operating margins through a total spend management approach that reduces costs and creates new revenue streams for its members.