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practitioner

noun artificer, artisan, artist, attorney, counselor, craftsman, creative worker, journeyman, lawyer, master worker, professional, solicitor, specialist, trained person
Associated concepts: legal practitioner, single practitioner, sole practitioner
See also: addict, attorney, esquire, expert, professional, specialist
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She is currently seeking funding for a two-year pilot program to train mid-level practitioners using the ADHP model at EWU.
SK&A's summary of millions of emails shipped represents a major indicator of the email marketing tactics being used to reach prescribers, mid-level practitioners and other healthcare professionals," said Dave Escalante, SK&A Vice President of Data and Information Solutions.
Resource use - individual measures including RVUs, E&M visits, complicated E&M visits, use of mid-level practitioners, use of expensive to less expensive drugs, and inpatient days relative to ambulatory visits.
With the new systems, North Sunflower's 20 physicians, 24 mid-level practitioners, and authorized medical billing and support staff will have secure, "anywhere, anytime" access to complete patient records at their fingertips.
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is a large rural healthcare delivery system with more than 240 physicians and mid-level practitioners providing primary care to residents in the Wenatchee, Wash.
As one of the new mid-level practitioners working in Minnesota, Fogarty spoke about her experience working as a licensed dental therapist and dental hygienist at Children's Dental Services, a private nonprofit organization serving low-income children and pregnant women across the state.
ThedaCare's stable operating platform is supported by an employed physician group, ThedaCare Physicians, comprised of 155 primary care physicians (representing 75% of the primary care physicians who admit/refer to ThedaCare) and 67 mid-level practitioners.
The first departments to use Phytel's solution, when the clinic launches it in the near future, will be Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and OB/GYN, comprising a total of 37 physicians and nine mid-level practitioners.
The Guthrie Clinic, with 236 employed physicians and 116 mid-level practitioners staffing 24 locations throughout the service area, is a key component of Guthrie's success in maintaining a leading market share position, and provides a vehicle for strongly aligning physician and hospital incentives.