Accommodating intraocular lenses a critical review
Emergency treatment includes treatment delivered in response to symptoms that may or may not represent an actual emergency, but is necessary to determine whether an emergency exists.(G) "Employee" means: As used in the rules of this chapter, the term "employee" includes the terms "injured worker" and "claimant" and all employees of employers covered under HPP.(I) "Health care provider" or "provider" means: A physician or practitioner, or any person, firm, corporation, limited liability corporation, partnership, association, agency, institution, or other legal entity licensed, certified,or approved by a professional standard-setting body or by medicare or medicaid to provide medical services or supplies, including, but not limited to a qualified rehabilitation provider.(J) "Health partnership program" or "HPP" means: The bureau of workers' compensation's comprehensive managed care program under the direction of the chief of medical services as provided in sections 4121..441 of the Revised Code.
The list shall be regularly reviewed and updated by the bureau to reflect current medical standards of drug therapy.of the Revised Code; (c) A doctor of mechanotherapy who holds a current, valid certificate of licensure to practice mechanotherapy under Chapter 4731.of the Revised Code and who was licensed prior to November 3, 1985; (d) A psychologist who holds a current, valid certificate of licensure to practice psychology under Chapter 4732.As used in these rules, a managed care organization is not a health care provider.(N) "Medical management and cost containment services" means: Those services provided by an MCO pursuant to its contract with the bureau, including return to work management services, that promote the rendering of high quality, cost effective medical care that focuses on minimizing the physical, emotional, and financial impact of a work related injury or illness and promotes a safe return to work.