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Synonyms for health maintenance organization

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


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On Tuesday, the council's planning committee discussed plans for a four-bedroom HMO in Wallington Grove.
'As to the benefits and terms of an HMO contract, HMOs must seek the IC's approval before it may set limits of acceptance for PLHIVs as regards age, payment terms, and/or amount of HMO coverage, provided that such limits are reasonable and not discriminatory,' the IC added.
Although the HMOs fed bacteria that were widely considered beneficial, a stronger link needed to be made between specific bugs and infant health or disease.
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.
The new integrated facility will combine fermentation and recovery, and will yield spray-dried HMO products.
The completion of the study means the council now has extremely high-quality data when considering issues regarding HMOs, whether for planning, licensing or anything else.
DuPont Nutrition & Health announced they have received the prestigious NutraIngredients-USA 'Ingredient of the Year Award 2018' for their innovation to promote infant nutrition by supplementing infant and toddler formula with Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMO) to make it closer to the gold standard of human milk, as well as supporting digestive, immune and cognitive development in infants.
He said the goal of the IC in the future is to issue a Standard Chart of Accounts (SCA) for HMOs, which will serve as the financial reporting framework for the industry to ensure transparency in their financial conditions and the consistent application of existing regulations.
For Funa, 'legislation would be the best course that we can take' to better regulate HMOs, similar to the move to institutionalize a Pre-Need Code for the troubled sector years back.
But figures from the Assembly Government show HMOs are more likely to have hazards when inspected by local authorities under the Housing Health and Safety Rating System.
You'll have to choose between a health maintenance organization (HMO), preferred provider organization (PPO), or point-of-service plan (POS).
First, we consider the utilization effect, which would occur if lower premiums reflect the success of HMO plan managers at restricting access to medical care they believe is worth less to enrollees than it costs HMOs.
In calendar year 2000, two-thirds of Medicare enrollees lived in a geographic area served by at least one risk health maintenance organization (HMO) (Figure 1).