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Synonyms for HMO

group insurance that entitles members to services of participating hospitals and clinics and physicians

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Councillors were told the applicant, Jenner Property Tree Ltd, would aim the HMO at students attending the borough's Marine School.
An HMO may provide coverage to a PLHIV if the applicant is undergoing proper medical treatment; the applicant has a favorable risk profile; and the results of the medical examinations required by insurance companies are within normal limits.
Most importantly, it's chock full of unique sugars called human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) that have complex, highly diverse structures (Bode, 2012).
From April onwards HMO tenants will also be able to check online to make sure their home is licensed properly and can report any issues or concerns to the NI HMO Unit, based in Belfast City Council.
Jennewein said with the new plant, the company will be able to produce additional HMOs, expanding its current portfolio HMO portfolio.
THERE has been some recent correspondence about houses in multiple occupancy (HMOs) in the Loughborough Echo and on September 23, The Observer newspaper produced a 'special report' about HMOs in Britain, an issue many people in this area are familiar with.
Steen Lyck, global business development leader, Cultures, HMO, Probiotics and Food Protection, DuPont Nutrition & Health, said, 'This award is a validation from independent experts confirming the quality of science, innovation and market potential of HMOs in both the infant and toddler formula market.
Overall assets of the HMO industry likewise grew by 19.85 percent to P32.91 billion in 2017 from P27.46 billion a year ago.
According to Funa, the extension was made 'in consideration of the request of the associations of HMOs and to give the Insurance Commission more time to evaluate and approve HMO products and corresponding agreements and contract forms without disadvantaging HMOs.'
All councillors present lent a sympathetic ear, quoted statistics and read out extracts of local legislation regarding HMO, often repeating what the preceding councillor had already said.
Welsh councils said that, at end of March this year, there were 11,651 known HMOs and estimated there may be as many as 19,800 across the country.
In this section, we develop a framework that builds on the existing literature to explore the relationship between HMO market structure and hospital performance.
"We may have started out as an HMO in 1982 but about 15 years ago we began broadening out to offer PPOs, and within the last few years began offering consumer-directed products," said David Oliker, president and chief executive officer of MVP Health.
You'll have to choose between a health maintenance organization (HMO), preferred provider organization (PPO), or point-of-service plan (POS).
This article develops a new method of decomposing the cost difference between HMO and non-HMO plans into observed risk selection, unobserved risk selection, utilization differences, and differences in provider reimbursement rates.