PRIMARY HEALTH CARE This chapter may be cited as the Texas Primary Health Care Services Act. (4) "Primary health care services" includes: (I) home health care; PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES PROGRAM.
HEALTH CARE COLLABORATIVES (2) a health care provider engaged in the delivery of health care services other than medical care as services and health care services within a health care collaborative. (5) state that enrollees may obtain care from any physician or health care provider in the health care or health care provider.
HEALTH CARE LIABILITY , or managed care entity, that degree of care that a health insurance carrier, health maintenance organization health care plan has the duty to exercise ordinary care when making health care treatment decisions and organization, or other managed care entity for a health care plan that: a physician or health care provider from its plan or refuse to renew the physician or health care provider
KIDNEY HEALTH CARE (a) This chapter may be cited as the Texas Kidney Health Care Act. (A) an insurance policy, group health plan, or prepaid medical care plan; KIDNEY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM. (a) The kidney health care program is in the department to carry out this chapter.
HEALTH CARE SHARING MINISTRIES HEALTH CARE SHARING MINISTRIES TREATMENT AS HEALTH CARE SHARING MINISTRY. (7) provides that any card issued to a participant for the purpose of presentation to a health care (9) does not operate a discount health care program as defined by Section 7001.001.
INTERSTATE HEALTH CARE COMPACT "Commission" means the Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission. "Health Care" means care, services, supplies, or plans related to the health of an individual and includes Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission. on the prices of Health Care.
HEALTH CARE QUALITY ASSURANCE This chapter may be cited as the Health Care Quality Assurance Act. maintenance organization that provides benefits for health care services. (F) long-term care coverage or benefits, nursing home care coverage or benefits, home health care coverage (A) the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care;
CHAPTER 1681 - HEALTH CARE SHARING MINISTRIES
The Secretary shall provide an eligible child such health care as the Secretary determines is needed The Secretary may provide health care under this section directly or by contract or other arrangement with a health care provider. section, the definitions in section 1803(c) of this title shall apply with respect to the provision of health care under this section, except that for such purposes—
with any health care provider. The term “health care”— (2) The term “health care provider” includes specialized spina bifida clinics, health care plans, insurers (3) The term “home care” means outpatient care, habilitative and rehabilitative care, preventive health (6) The term “outpatient care” means care and treatment of a disability, and preventive health services
cooperation among health care professionals, institutions of higher education, research institutions care issues in the region. (A) health care services; (C) health care job training programs; and care providers, and other entities in the Delta region.
The Secretary of State shall establish a health care program to promote and maintain the physical and Any such health care program may include (1) medical examinations for applicants for employment, (2) The Secretary of State may establish health care facilities and provide for the services of physicians , nurses, or other health care personnel at Foreign Service posts abroad at which, in the opinion of Health care may be provided under this section to a member of the family of a member of the Service or
For the purposes of this section, “health care” means direct patient-care services or services incident (2) which involves health care responsibilities.
(1) to defraud any health care benefit program; or representations, or promises, any of the money or property owned by, or under the custody or control of, any health care benefit program,
(1) a tribally owned and operated health care plan; (2) a State or locally authorized or licensed health care plan; (3) a health insurance provider or managed care organization;
Although the Secretary may promote traditional health care practices, consistent with the Service standards for the provision of health care, health promotion, and disease prevention under this chapter, the United States is not liable for any provision of traditional health care practices pursuant to this chapter