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necessary

adj., adv. 1) essential. 2) less forcefully, it can mean convenient, useful, or making good sense.

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Blue Shield of California, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit concluded that the Parity Act mandates coverage of all medically necessary treatment for the nine specifically listed mental illnesses.
Patients have the right to sue insurers that refuse to authorize medically necessary treatment, the.
A PATIENT'S RIGHT TO SUE Patients have the right to sue health insurers that refuse to authorize medically necessary treatment, the US.
After all, health insurance is supposed to cover the costs of necessary treatment. If psychotherapy is a necessary treatment, then it should be provided to the full benefit of the patient in whatever time frame is optimal.
The national economic slowdown, a crisis in state budgets, the Federal focus on war, and the neglect of treatment-access activism, have combined so that probably thousands of people are being denied necessary treatment for economic reasons alone, when they would have had access a year ago.
This rapid, convenient, and accurate test for Adenovirus will provide the physician with an important tool to quickly diagnose the patient's illness and provide the necessary treatment.
Since current guidelines suggest treating HIV-infected people only when their viral loads reach 20,000 copies/mL, Sterling postulates that women who are at risk of developing AIDS might not receive necessary treatment. This is an issue of considerable debate and more research is needed to reproduce these results and determine clinical significance.
This isn't a necessary treatment it's just me being vain I suppose.
The new premises at Hostivar, in the eastern suburbs of Prague, is an industrial building which will be altered to provide modern storage conditions in a controlled environment, together with all necessary treatment rooms, workshops and administrative offices.
District Coordinator Programme Dr Attaul Monam said that children under five years of age suffering from malnutrition would be registered during the week and they would be provided necessary treatment for which 2,353 lade health workers would provide their services.
He said that the hospital staff provided the necessary treatment for the injured.
After providing necessary treatment the injured student was shifted Sheikh Zaid Hospital Raheem Yar Khan.