Remember, in the eyes of CMS, the provider
is responsible, not the vendor
Coordinate the patient's care within the institution, rather than putting the burden on the patient or referring provider
However, over time, business requirements and customer expectations change, while new service delivery technologies, new providers
and changing environmental forces may necessitate the reexamination of existing partnerships.
In addition, the customer would be well-advised to include a right to terminate the contract if the service provider
"consistently fails" to meet stipulated service levels.
In addition, the registry is also an RDF Site Summary (RSS) news feed provider
Attitudes of providers
towards the Internet were also explored to determine if these attitudes may impact provider
's attitudes towards Internet-based CME.
The member should review all work performed by a third-party provider
since he or she will remain fully responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the services provided.
Using Tatara's carrier-class platform, retail service providers
can work with an evolving landscape of partners to quickly secure cost-effective and broad Wi-Fi coverage while maintaining ownership of the end customer relationship.
All but one provider
agreed that promoting male condoms instead of hormonal methods would increase women's risk of unintended pregnancy.
Over half of the association's multispecialty practices report capitation revenues and frequently turn to reinsurers for provider
excess-loss policies to stave off potential economic loss.
Thereby, the co-location provider
can increase revenue per square foot without dealing with the complexities involved in provisioning a storage service.
98-D64, June 16, 1998, the PRRB affirmed the denial of a new provider
exemption (and HHS did not reverse), concluding that the Medicaid-only nursing facility (NF) had "operated as the type of provider
(or the equivalent) for which it is certified for Medicare" for less than three full years.