Application Service Provider

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Application Service Provider

A company that sells a computer application to a customer and delivers it over a network. The ASP owns both the application and the servers on which it is written.
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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 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.
Tatara enables service providers to cash in on the Wi-Fi revolution by maximizing partnership opportunities, not just by building out networks," said Steve Nicolle, president and CEO of Tatara Systems.
It can also help to make optimal use of the limited provider time for family planning visits.
According to the study, the percentage of primary care groups involved with provider excess-loss insurance rose to 67% in 1999 from 46% in 1998, while multispecialty practices jumped from 52% in 1998 to 89% during the following year.
Within this environment, the customer has to use the data center space and bandwidth of the co-location company, but it is free to individually select and use any managed service provider, so long as the service is deployed within the facility.
C-1-98-547, arguing that the denial was predicated upon an erroneous construction of the new provider rule.