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ASP

abbreviation for either an ACT OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT in the sense of the devolved body created at the end of the twentieth century, or of the Sovereign parliament prior to 1707.
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Medicare provider numbers, PINs, and UPINs--can be used in addition to the NPI to help build crosswalks for health plans and Medicare/Medicaid).
Conduct a parallel survey of staff in provider offices to understand referral/service issues from their perspective.
Establishing open communication and rapport between customer and provider personnel is a key success factor in a new contract.
No one service provider can serve the needs of the entire public, hence user group-specific service providers have become the norm.
The Internet opened up a wide variety of national and international medical educational resources to the provider populace.
In view of these requirements, members should satisfy themselves regarding the competence, practices and procedures of any third party provider, regardless of the type of services provided of the location at which they are performed.
Both are unique in that they do not require equipment or proprietary software to be installed in a partner's Wi-Fi network or hotspots--allowing, for instance, a retail provider that has deployed the platform to easily roam with network operators who have not and vice versa.
The one provider not interviewed was a physician who reported having insufficient time to participate.
There have been a lot of headlines over the years that capitation is dead; however, we and others absolutely refute that," said Charles Crispin, president of consulting firm Evergreen Re and an author of the "Fourth Annual Managed Care Indicator," a recent study that examined the current state of provider capitation.
Within storage and data management, this overwhelming demand has led to the birth of the Storage Service Provider, or SSP, a company whose expertise and resources make it uniquely equipped to guarantee the continuous availability of mission-critical information.
A new provider is a provider of inpatient services that has operated as the type of provider (or the equivalent) for which it is certified for Medicare, under present and previous ownership, for less than three full years.