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AbstractHealthcareProviderAgencyHIPAA

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Name:AbstractHealthcareProviderAgencyHIPAA
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Title:AbstractHealthcareProviderAgencyHIPAA
Definition:

A non-facility provider that renders outpatient outreach services that are not provided at a specific location. The licensure or registration is assigned to the agency rather than to the individual practitioners as would be the case in a group practice.

OID:2.16.840.1.113883.1.11.13716 (for OID based terminology systems)
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Content Logical Definition

Logical Definition (CLD)

This value set includes codes based on the following rules:

 

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This value set contains 654 concepts

All codes from system http://nucc.org/provider-taxonomy

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2514C0400NAgencies; Agency; Case Management
2514H0200NAgencies; Agency; Home Health
2514H0201NAgencies; Agency; Home Infusion
2514H0300NAgencies; Agency; Hospice Care, Community Based
2514N1101NAgencies; Agency; Nursing Care
2514P0906NAgencies; Agency; Public Health or Welfare
2514V0001NAgencies; Agency; Voluntary or Charitable
101Y00000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; CounselorA provider who is trained and educated in the performance of behavior health services through interpersonal communications and analysis. Training and education at the specialty level usually requires a master's degree and clinical experience and supervision for licensure or certification.
101YA0400NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Counselor; Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
101YM0800NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Counselor; Mental Health
101YP1600NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Counselor; Pastoral
101YP2500NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Counselor; Professional
101YS0200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Counselor; School
103GC0700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Neuropsychologist; Clinical
103S00000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychoanalyst(1) A practitioner of psychoanalysis: methods of eliciting from patients their past emotional experiences and their role in influencing their current mental life, in order to discover the conflicts and mechanisms by which their pathologic mental state has been produced and to furnish hints for psychotherapeutic procedures, the method employs free association, recall and interpretation of dreams and interpretation of transference and resistance phenomena; (2) An individual who is educated with a doctor's degree in psychoanalysis or psychology, trained at an established psychoanalytic institute, and practices or adheres to the principles of psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis is a form of psychotherapy and a system of investigation for determining and understanding mental processes, which was originally conceived by Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalysis involves the analysis and interpretation of dreams, resistances, and transferences, and uses free association and catharsis. Clinical practice requires licensure.
103SA1400NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychoanalyst; Associate
103SA1800NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychoanalyst; Affiliate
103T00000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; PsychologistAn individual who specializes in psychological research, testing, and/or therapy. Psychology is the branch of science that deals with mental processes and behavior, composed of the following major fields: abnormal, clinical, comparative, counseling, developmental, educational, engineering, experimental, industrial, learning, motivation, perception, personality, physiological, psychometrics, school, and social psychology.
103TA0400NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
103TA0700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Adult Development & Aging
103TB0200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Behavioral
103TC0700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Clinical
103TC1900NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Counseling
103TC2200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Child, Youth & Family
103TE1000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Educational
103TE1100NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Exercise & Sports
103TF0000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Family
103TF0200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Forensic
103TH0100NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Health
103TM1700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Men & Masculinity
103TM1800NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities
103TP2700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Psychotherapy
103TP2701NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Psychotherapy, Group
103TR0400NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Rehabilitation
103TS0200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; School
103TW0100NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Psychologist; Women
104100000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Social WorkerA clinical social worker is a person who is qualified by a master of Social Work (M.S.W.) degree, licensed, certified or registered by the state as a social worker and practicing within the scope of that license. A social worker provides assistance and counseling to patients and their families and dealing with social, emotional and environmental problems.
1041C0700NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Social Worker; Clinical
1041S0200NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Social Worker; School
106H00000NBehavioral Health & Social Service; Marriage & Family TherapistA mental health provider, e.g. social worker, psychologist, etc. who concentrates his/her practice on the social, emotional and psychological treatment of married couples and families.
111N00000NChiropracters; ChiropractorA provider qualified by a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.), licensed by the State and who practices chiropractic medicine -that discipline within the healing arts which deals with the nervous system and its relationship to the spinal column and its interrelationship with other body systems.
111NI0900NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Internist
111NN0400NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Neurology
111NN1001NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Nutrition
111NR0200NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Radiology
111NS0005NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Sports Physician
111NT0100NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Thermography
111NX0100NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Occupational Medicine
111NX0800NChiropracters; Chiropractor; Orthopedic
122300000NDental Service Providers; DentistA dentist is a person qualified by a doctorate in dental surgery (D.D. S.) or dental medicine (D.M.D.). licensed by the state to practice dentistry, and practicing within the scope of that license. Many dentists are general practitioners who handle a wide variety of dental needs. Other dentists practice in one of eight specialty areas recognized by the American Dental Association: oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, endodontics, public health, oral pathology and pediatric dentistry.
1223D0001YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Dental Public Health
1223E0200YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Endodontics
1223P0106YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Pathology, Oral & Maxillofacial
1223P0221YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Pediatrics Dentistry (Pedodontics)
1223P0300YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Periodontics
1223P0700YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Prosthodontics
1223S0112YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Surgery, Oral & Maxillofacial
1223X0400YDental Service Providers; Dentist; Orthodontics
124Q00000NDental Service Providers; Dental HygienistAn individual who assists at the chairside in a dental operatory, performs reception and clerical functions, and does dental radiograph and selected dental laboratory procedures under the direction and supervision of a dentist. Post-high school education and education is not required, but many dental assistants are graduates of one or two-year post-high school education programs accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The balance of dental assistants are trained by the dentists who employ them.
126800000NDental Service Providers; Dental AssistantAn individual who assists at the chairside in a dental operatory, performs reception and clerical functions, and does dental radiograph and selected dental laboratory procedures under the direction and supervision of a dentist. Post-high school education and education is not required, but many dental assistants are graduates of one or two-year post-high school education programs accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The balance of dental assistants are trained by the dentists who employ them.
126900000NDental Service Providers; Dental Laboratory TechnicianAn individual trained or educated to perform one or more phases of the dental laboratory procedures required in the creation of a dental prosthetic, fabricated under a dental prescription (work authorization).
1327D0700NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietary Manager; Dietary Management
133N00000NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; NutritionistA specialist in adapting and applying food and nutrient knowledge to the solution of food and nutritional problems, the control of disease, and the promotion of health. Nutritionists perform research, instruct groups and individuals about nutritional requirements, and assist people in developing meal patterns that meet their nutritional needs; (2) A nutritionist is someone who has completed undergraduate and/or graduate training in the discipline of nutrition without necessarily meeting the academic and experience requirements to qualify for the Registered Dietitian designation.
133NN1002NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Nutritionist; Nutrition, Education
133V00000NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietician, RegisteredA registered dietician (RD) is a food and nutrition expert who has successfully completed a minimum of a bachelor's degree at a US regionally accredited university or college and course work approved by The American Dietetic Association (ADA); an ADA-accredited or approved, supervised practice program, typically 6 to 12 months in length; a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration; and continuing professional educational requirements to maintain registration.
133VN1004NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietician, Registered; Nutrition, Pediatric
133VN1005NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietician, Registered; Nutrition, Renal
133VN1006NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietician, Registered; Nutrition, Metabolic
136A00000NDietary & Nutritional Service Providers; Dietetic TechnicianA person trained in food and nutrition who is an integral part of health care and foodservice management teams. A dietetic technician, registered (DTR) has successfully completed at least a two-year associate's degree at a US regionally accredited college or university; a dietetic technician program approved by The American Dietetic Association, including 450 hours of supervised practice experience; a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration; and continuing professional educational requirements to maintain registration.
146L00000NEmergency Medical Service Providers; Emergency Medical Technician, ParamedicAn EMT, Paramedic is an individual trained and certified to perform advanced life support (ALS) in medical emergencies based on individual state boards.
146M00000NEmergency Medical Service Providers; Emergency Medical Technician, IntermediateAn Intermediate EMT is an individual trained and certified to perform intermediate life support treatment in medical emergencies based on individual state boards.
146N00000NEmergency Medical Service Providers; Emergency Medical Technician, BasicA Basic EMT is an individual trained and certified to perform basic life support treatment in medical emergencies based on individual state boards.
152W00000NEye and Vision Service Providers; OptometristAn optometrist is a person qualified by a Doctor of Optometry (O.D. ) degree, licensed by the state and practicing within the scope of that license. Optometrists examine the eyes and related structures to determine the presence of any abnormality and prescribe and adapt lenses or optical aids. They use drugs for diagnosis in all states and for treatment in some states. They do not perform surgery.
152WC0800NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Contact Lens
152WL0500NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Low Vision
152WP0200NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Pediatrics
152WS0006NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Sports Vision
152WV0400NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Vision Therapy
152WX0102NEye and Vision Service Providers; Optometrist; Occupational Vision
156FC0800NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Contact Lens
156FC0801NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Contact Lens Fitter
156FX1100NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Ophthalmic
156FX1101NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Ophthalmic Medical Assistant
156FX1201NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Optometric Assistant
156FX1202NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Optometric Technician
156FX1700NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Ocularist
156FX1800NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Optician
156FX1900NEye and Vision Service Providers; Technician/Technologist; Orthoptist
163W00000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse(1) A registered nurse is a person qualified by graduation from an accredited nursing school (depending upon schooling, a registered nurse may receive either a diploma from a hospital program, an associate degree in nursing (A.D.N.) or a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (B.S.N.), who is licensed or certified by the state, and is practicing within the scope of that license or certification. R.N.'s assist patient in recovering and maintaining their physical or mental health. They assist physicians during treatments and examinations and administer medications. (2) A provider who is trained and educated in a formal nursing education program at an accredited school of nursing, passes a national certification examination, and is licensed by the state to practice nursing. The individual provides nursing services to patients or clients in areas such as health promotion, disease prevention, acute and chronic care and restoration and maintenance of health across the life span.
163WA0400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
163WA2000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Administrator
163WC0200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Critical Care Medicine
163WC0400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Case Management
163WC1400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; College Health
163WC1500NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Community Health
163WC1600NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Continuing Education/Staff Development
163WC2100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Continence Care
163WC3500NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Cardiac Rehabilitation
163WD0400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Diabetes Educator
163WD1100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Dialysis, Peritoneal
163WE0003NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Emergency
163WE0900NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Enterstomal Therapy
163WF0300NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Flight
163WG0000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; General Practice
163WG0100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Gastroenterology
163WG0600NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Gerontology
163WH0200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Home Health
163WH0500NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Hemodialysis
163WH1000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Hospice
163WI0500NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Infusion Therapy
163WI0600NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Infection Control
163WL0100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Lactation Consultant
163WM0102NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Maternal Newborn
163WM0705NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Medical-Surgical
163WM1400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Massage Therapy
163WN0002NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Neonatal Intensive Care
163WN0003NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Neonatal, Low-Risk
163WN0300NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Nephrology
163WN0800NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Neuroscience
163WN1003NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Nutrition Support
163WP0000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Pain Management
163WP0200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Pediatrics
163WP0218NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Pediatric Oncology
163WP0807NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Child & Adolescent
163WP0808NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Psychiatric/Mental Health
163WP0809NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Adult
163WP1700NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Perinatal
163WP2200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Post-Anesthesia
163WP2201NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Post-Anesthesia, Ambulatory
163WR0400NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Rehabilitation
163WR1000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility
163WS0121NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Surgery, Plastic
163WS0200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; School
163WU0100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Urology
163WW0000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Wound Care
163WW0101NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Women's Health Care, Ambulatory
163WX0002NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Obstetric, High-Risk
163WX0003NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Obstetric, Inpatient
163WX0106NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Occupational Health
163WX0200NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Oncology
163WX0601NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Otorhinolaryngology & Head-Neck
163WX0800NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Orthopedic
163WX1000NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Operating Room
163WX1100NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Ophthalmic
163WX1500NNursing Service Providers; Registered Nurse; Ostomy Care
164W00000NNursing Service Providers; Licensed Practical NurseAn individual with post-high school vocational training and practical experience in the provision of nursing care at a level less than that required for certification as a Registered Nurse. Requirements for education, experience, licensure, and job responsibilities vary among the states.
164X00000NNursing Service Providers; Licensed Vocational NurseAn individual with post-high school vocational training and practical experience in the provision of nursing care at a level less than that required for certification as a Registered Nurse. \[An alternate term for licensed practical nurse arising from difference in occupational titles between states and post-high school training programs and institutions.\] Requirements for education, experience, licensure, and job responsibilities vary among the states.
171100000NOther Service Providers; AcupuncturistAn acupuncturist is a person who performs ancient therapy for alleviation of pain, anesthesia and treatment of some diseases. Acupuncturists use long, fine needles inserted into specific points in order to treat painful conditions or produce anesthesia.
171WH0202NOther Service Providers; Contractor; Home Modifications
172A00000NOther Service Providers; DriverA person employed to operate a motor vehicle as a carrier of persons or property.
173000000NOther Service Providers; Legal MedicineThe specialty areas of medicine concerned with matters of, and relations with, substantive law and legal institutions; such as the conduct of medical examinations at crime scenes, performance of autopsies, giving of expert medical testimony in judicial proceedings, medical treatment of inmates of penal institutions, the practice of trauma medicine in law enforcement settings, and other clinical practice and medical science applications in the fields of law, law enforcement, and corrections.
1744G0900NOther Service Providers; Specialist; Graphics Designer
1744P3200NOther Service Providers; Specialist; Prosthetics Case Management
1744R1102NOther Service Providers; Specialist; Research Study
1744R1103NOther Service Providers; Specialist; Research Data Abstracter/Coder
174MM1900NOther Service Providers; Veterinarian; Medical Research
175F00000NOther Service Providers; NaturopathAn individual who practices naturopathy, a system of therapeutics in which neither surgical nor medicinal agents are used, dependence being placed only on natural (nonmedicinal) forces.
175L00000NOther Service Providers; HomeopathA provider who is educated and trained in a system of therapeutics in which diseases are treated by drugs which are capable of producing in healthy persons symptoms like those of the disease to be treated. Treatment requires administering a drug in minute doses.
175M00000NOther Service Providers; Midwife, Lay (Non-nurse)A person qualified by experience and limited specialized training to provide obstetric and neo-natal care in the management of women having normal pregnancy, labor and childbirth. The lay midwife is licensed in some states.
176P00000NOther Service Providers; Funeral DirectorA person, usually an embalmer, whose business is to arrange for the burial or cremation of the dead and to assist at the funeral rites.
183500000NPharmacy Service Providers; PharmacistAn individual who is licensed to prepare and sell or dispense drugs and compounds and to make up prescriptions.
1835G0000NPharmacy Service Providers; Pharmacist; General Practice
1835N0905NPharmacy Service Providers; Pharmacist; Nuclear Pharmacy
1835N1003NPharmacy Service Providers; Pharmacist; Nutrition Support
1835P1200NPharmacy Service Providers; Pharmacist; Pharmacotherapy
1835P1300NPharmacy Service Providers; Pharmacist; Psychopharmacy
1847P3400NPharmacy Service Providers; Technician; Pharmacy
203B00000NPhysicians; Physician/OsteopathA physician is a person qualified by a doctorate in medicine (M.D.) or osteopathy (D.O.), licensed by the state, and practicing within the scope of that license. A physician generally has primary responsibility for the health care of the patient. While M.D.s and D.O.s may use all accepted methods of treatment, including drugs and surgery, D.O.s place special emphasis on the body's musculoskeletal systems.
203BA0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Medicine
203BA0001NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Medicine: Family Practice
203BA0002YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Medicine: Internal Medicine
203BA0003YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Medicine: Pediatrics
203BA0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Aerospace Medicine
203BA0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Aerospace Medicine: Preventive Medicine
203BA0200NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Allergy
203BA0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Allergy & Immunology
203BA0202NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Allergy & Immunology: Internal Medicine
203BA0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Anesthesiology
203BA0401NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Addiction Medicine
203BA0501NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Only, Under 16
203BA0502NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Adolescent Only, Under 21
203BA0503NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Age Specific, Greater than 1 Year Old
203BA0504NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Age Specific, Newborns Only
203BB0000NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Blood Banking
203BB0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Blood Banking & Transfusion Medicine
203BB0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Body Imaging
203BC0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cardiac Electrophysiology
203BC0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cardiac Electrophysiology, Clinical
203BC0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cardiology
203BC0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Critical Care Medicine
203BC0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Critical Care Medicine: Anesthesiology
203BC0202YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Critical Care Medicine: Internal Medicine
203BC0203YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Critical Care Medicine: OB/GYN
203BC0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cytogenetics, Clinical
203BC0500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cytopathology
203BC2500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Cardiovascular Disease
203BD0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Dermatology
203BD0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Dermatology Micrographic Surgery
203BD0300NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Diabetes
203BD0900YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Dermatopathology
203BD0901NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Dermatopathology: Dermatology
203BE0004YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Emergency Medicine
203BE0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Endocrinology
203BE0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
203BE0102YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Endocrinology, Reproductive
203BF0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Family Practice
203BF0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Forensic Pathology
203BF0202NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Forensic Psychiatry
203BG0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; General Practice
203BG0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Gastroenterology
203BG0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Genetics, Medical
203BG0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Genetics, Clinical (M.D.)
203BG0202YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Genetics, Clinical Biochemical
203BG0203YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Genetics, Clinical Molecular
203BG0204YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Genetics, Clinical Biochemical/ Molecular
203BG0300NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Geriatric Medicine
203BG0301YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Geriatric Medicine: Family Practice
203BG0302YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Geriatric Medicine: General Practice
203BG0303YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Geriatric Medicine: Internal Medicine
203BG0400NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Gynecology
203BH0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Hematology
203BH0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Hematology: Internal Medicine
203BH0002YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Hematology: Pathology
203BH0003YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Hematology & Oncology
203BI0001NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Clinical & Laboratory
203BI0002NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Clinical & Laboratory Dermatological
203BI0003YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Dermatological
203BI0004YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology: Laboratory , Diagnostic
203BI0005NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Clinical & Laboratory: Allergy & Immunology
203BI0006NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Clinical & Laboratory: Internal Medicine
203BI0007NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunology, Clinical & Laboratory: Pediatric
203BI0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Immunopathology
203BI0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Infectious Diseases
203BI0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Internal Medicine
203BI0400NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Infertility
203BL0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Laboratory Medicine
203BM0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Maternal & Fetal Medicine
203BM0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Medical Diseases of the Chest
203BM0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Medical Microbiology
203BN0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
203BN0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neonatology
203BN0200NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neopathology
203BN0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nephrology
203BN0400YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neurology
203BN0402YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neurology, Child
203BN0500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neuropathology
203BN0600YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neurophysiology, Clinical
203BN0700YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Neuroradiology
203BN0900YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nuclear Medicine
203BN0901YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nuclear Cardiology
203BN0902YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nuclear Imaging & Therapy
203BN0903YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nuclear Medicine, In Vivo & In Vitro
203BN0904YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Nuclear Radiology
203BP0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pain Management - Anesthesiology
203BP0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology
203BP0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Anatomic
203BP0102YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Anatomic & Clinical
203BP0103YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Anatomic & Laboratory Medicine
203BP0104YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Chemical
203BP0105YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Clinical
203BP0107NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pathology, Radioisotopic
203BP0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatrics
203BP0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Allergy & Immunology
203BP0202YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Cardiology
203BP0203YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
203BP0204YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Emergency Medicine
203BP0205YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Endocrinology
203BP0206YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Gastroenterology
203BP0207YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Hematology Oncology
203BP0208YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Infectious Diseases
203BP0209YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Intensive Care
203BP0210YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Nephrology
203BP0211YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Neurology
203BP0212YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Otolaryngology
203BP0213YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Pathology
203BP0214YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Pulmonology
203BP0215NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Radiology
203BP0216YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Rheumatology
203BP0220NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pediatric Medical Toxocology
203BP0400YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
203BP0500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Preventive Medicine, General
203BP0600YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Proctology
203BP0800YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry
203BP0801YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry & Neurology
203BP0802YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry, Addiction
203BP0803YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry, Child
203BP0804YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent
203BP0805YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry, Geriatric
203BP0806NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychiatry, Pediatric
203BP0901NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Public Health & General Preventive Medicine
203BP0903YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Public Health: Preventive Medicine
203BP1001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pulmonary Diseases
203BP1003YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pulmonary Medicine
203BP1200NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pharmacotherapy
203BP1300NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Psychopharmacy
203BP2600NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pharmacology, Clinical
203BP2900NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Pain Medicine
203BR0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiation Oncology
203BR0002YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiation Therapy
203BR0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiology
203BR0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiology, Angiography & Interventional
203BR0202YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiology, Diagnostic
203BR0203NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiology, Therapeutic
203BR0204NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiology, Vascular & Interventional
203BR0205NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radiological Physics
203BR0300NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Radium Therapy
203BR0402YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Rehabilitation Medicine
203BR0500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Rheumatology
203BR0600NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Rhinology
203BR0700YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Roentgenology
203BR0701YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Roentgenology, Diagnostic
203BS0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Sports Medicine
203BS0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Sports Medicine: Emergency Medicine
203BS0002YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Sports Medicine: Family Practice
203BS0003YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Sports Medicine: Internal Medicine
203BS0004YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Sports Medicine: Pediatrics
203BS0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, General
203BS0101YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Colon & Rectal Surgery
203BS0102YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgical Critical Care: Surgery
203BS0104NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Abdominal
203BS0105YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Hand
203BS0106YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Hand: Orthopedic Surgery
203BS0107YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Hand: Plastic Surgery
203BS0108NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Head & Neck
203BS0110YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Neurological
203BS0111YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Obstetric & Gynecologic
203BS0113YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic
203BS0114NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic, Adult Reconstructive
203BS0115NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic, Musculoskeletal Oncology
203BS0116NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic, Pediatric
203BS0117NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic, Spine
203BS0119NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Orthopedic, Trauma
203BS0120YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Pediatric
203BS0121YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Plastic
203BS0122YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Plastic & Reconstructive
203BS0123YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Facial Plastic
203BS0125YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Thoracic
203BS0126YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Thoracic Cardiovascular
203BS0127NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Traumatic
203BS0128YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Urological
203BS0129YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, General Vascular
203BS0130YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Otorhinolaryngology & Facial Plastic Surgery
203BS0133NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Surgery, Cardiovascular
203BT0000YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Toxicology, Medical
203BT0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Toxicology, Medical: Preventive Medicine
203BT0002YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Toxicology, Medical: Emergency Medicine
203BT0100NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Thermography
203BU0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Ultrasound, Diagnostic
203BU0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Urology
203BU0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Underseas Medicine: Preventive Medicine
203BX0000NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Obstetrics
203BX0001YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Obstetrics & Gynecology
203BX0100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Occupational Medicine
203BX0104YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Occupational Medicine: Preventive Medicine
203BX0105YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Occupational-Environmental Medicine: Preventive Medicine
203BX0200YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Oncology
203BX0201YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Oncology, Gynecologic
203BX0202YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Oncology, Medical
203BX0300YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Ophthalmology
203BX0500YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Otolaryngology
203BX0600YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Otorhinolaryngology
203BX0601NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Otorhinolaryngology & Head-Neck
203BX0800NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Orthopedic
203BX0900NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Otology
203BX0901NPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Otology & Neurotology
203BX2100YPhysicians; Physician/Osteopath; Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Special Proficiency
211D00000NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Assistant, PodiatricAn individual who assists a podiatrist in tasks, such as exposing and developing x-rays; taking and recording patient histories; assisting in biomechanical evaluations and negative castings; preparing and sterilizing instruments and equipment; providing the patient with postoperative instructions; applying surgical dressings; preparing the patient for treatment, padding, and strapping; and performing routine office procedures.
213E00000NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; PodiatristA podiatrist is a person qualified by a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) degree, licensed by the state, and practicing within the scope of that license. Podiatrists diagnose and treat foot diseases and deformities. They perform medical, surgical and other operative procedures, prescribe corrective devices and prescribe and administer drugs and physical therapy.
213EG0000NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; General Practice
213EP0504NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Preventive Medicine: Public Health
213EP1101NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Primary Podiatric Medicine
213ER0200NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Radiology
213ES0000NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Sports Medicine
213ES0103NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Surgery, Foot & Ankle
213ES0131NPodiatric Medicine & Surgery Service; Podiatrist; Surgery, Foot
221700000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Art Therapist(1) An individual who uses art to achieve the therapeutic goals of symptom relief, emotional integration, and recovery from or adjustment to illness or disability. (2) An art therapist uses a form of treatment that enables patients with mental or physical disabilities to use art as a way of expressing and dealing with feelings and inner conflicts. (3) An individual who uses arts modalities and creative processes during intentional intervention in therapeutic, rehabilitative, community, or educational settings to foster health, communication, and expression; promote the integration of physical, emotional, cognitive, and social functioning; enhance self-awareness; and facilitate change.
222Z00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; OrthotistAn individual skilled in the practice, making, use and application to individual cases of an orthopedic appliance or apparatus used to support, align, prevent or correct deformities or to improve the function of movable parts of the body.
224P00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; ProsthetistAn individual skilled in the practice, making, use, and application to individual cases of an artificial substitute for a missing body part, such as an arm or leg, eye or tooth, used for functional or cosmetic reasons, or both.
224Z00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapy AssistantAn Occupational Therapy assistant: provides medically prescribed occupational therapy services under the supervision of a registered occupational therapist to promote rehabilitation of patients in the hospital, home, schools and other settings; has completed a 2-year associate degree or one of the limited number of certificate programs; has met the qualifications as determined by the representative assembly and thus is entitled to use the term Certified occupational therapy assistant.
225000000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Orthotics/Prosthetics FitterAn individual skilled in the practice, making, use and application to individual cases of an orthopedic appliance or apparatus used to support, align, prevent or correct deformities or to improve the function of movable parts of the body.
225100000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist(1) Physical therapists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat people with health problems resulting from injury or disease. PT's assess joint motion, muscle strength and endurance, function of heart and lungs, and performance of activities required in daily living, among other responsibilities. Treatment includes therapeutic exercises, cardiovascular endurance training, and training in activities of daily living. (2) A physical therapist is a person qualified by an accredited program in physical therapy, licensed by the state, and practicing within the scope of that license. Physical therapists treat disease, injury, or loss of a bodily part by physical means, such as the application of light, heat, cold, water, electricity, massage and exercise. They develop treatment plans based upon each patient's strengths, weaknesses, range of motion and ability to function. (3) A health professional who specializes in physical therapy- the health care field concerned primarily with the treatment of disorders with physical agents and methods, such as massage, manipulation, therapeutic exercises, cold, heat (including short-wave, microwave, and ultrasonic diathermy), hydrotherapy, electric stimulation and light to assist in rehabilitating patients and in restoring normal function after an illness or injury.
2251C0400NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Case Management
2251C2600NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Cardiopulmonary
2251E1200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Ergonomics
2251E1300NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Electrophysiology, Clinical
2251G0304NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Geriatrics
2251H1200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Hand
2251H1300NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Human Factors
2251N0400NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Neurology
2251P0200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Pediatrics
2251S0007NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Sports
2251X0800NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapist; Orthopedic
225200000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Physical Therapy Assistant(1)Physical therapist assistants are skilled health care providers who are graduates of a physical therapist assistant associate degree program accredited by an agency recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education or Council on Postsecondary Accreditation, who assists the physical therapist in providing physical therapy. The supervising physical therapist is directly responsible for the actions of the physical therapist assistant. The PTA performs physical therapy procedures and related tasks that have been selected and delegated by the supervising physical therapist. Duties of the PTA include assisting the physical therapist in implementing treatment programs, training patients in exercised and activities of daily living, conducting treatments, and reporting to the physical therapist on the patient's responses. In addition to direct patient care, the PTA may also perform such functions as patient transport, and clinic or equipment preparation and maintenance. Currently more than half of all states require PTAs to be licensed, registered or certified. (2) An individual who works under the supervision of a physical therapist to assist him or her in providing physical therapy services. A physical therapy assistant may, for instance, help patients follow an appropriate exercise program that will increase their strength, endurance, coordination, and range of motion and train patients to perform activities of daily life.
225400000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Rehabilitation PractitionerA health care practitioner who trains or retrains individuals disabled by disease or injury to help them attain their maximum functional capacity.
2255A2300NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Specialist/Technologist; Athletic Trainer
2255R0406NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Specialist/Technologist; Rehabilitation, Blind
225600000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Dance TherapistThe dance therapist, sometimes called a movement therapist, focuses on rhythmic body movements as a medium of physical and psychological change. Dance therapy is practiced more often with mental health patients than with physically disabled patients. A master's degree is required by the American Dance Therapy Association to award the credentials Dance Therapist Registered (DTR).
225700000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Massage TherapistAn individual trained in the manipulation of tissues (as by rubbing, stroking, kneading, or tapping) with the hand or an instrument for remedial or hygienic purposes.
225800000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Recreation TherapistA recreation therapist uses recreational activities for intervention in some physical, social or emotional behavior to bring about a desired change in that behavior and promote the growth and development of the patient.
225900000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Respiratory TherapistA respiratory therapist is a person who has graduated from a respiratory therapy program accredited by the Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation, and where applicable, is licensed by the state and is practicing within the scope of that license. A respiratory therapist administers oxygen and other gases and provides assistance with equipment to patients with either acute or chronic breathing difficulties, often within the home.
2259P1700NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Respiratory Therapist; Perinatal
225A00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Music TherapistThe music therapist works with patients with a broad variety of diagnoses and therapeutic goals. The interventions may involve musical performance with instruments, voice or body movements; listening to music; or attending musical events.
225B00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Pulmonary Function TechnologistAn individual who is trained and qualified in the techniques and procedures for assessment and treatment of diseases of the lungs and airways such as pneumonia, cancer, pleurisy, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, and other disorders. Therapy involves assessment of lung functions, assisting the patient in therapeutic exercise and monitoring mechanical assistance to ventilation.
225C00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Rehabilitation CounselorAn individual trained and educated in a systematic process of assisting persons with physical, mental, developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities to achieve their personal, career, and independent living goals assessment and appraisal, diagnosis and treatment planning, career (vocational) counseling, individual and group counseling interventions for adjustments to the medical and psychosocial impact of disability, case management, program evaluation and research, job analysis and placement counseling, and consultation on rehabilitation resources and technology. Certification generally requires a Master's degree with specialized courses in rehabilitation processes and technology.
225CA2400NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Rehabilitation Counselor; Assistive Technology Practitioner
225CA2500NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Rehabilitation Counselor; Assistive Technology Supplier
225X00000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational TherapistAn occupational therapist is a person qualified by completion of an approved program in occupational therapy, licensed by the state and practicing within the scope of that license, or where licensure does not exist, certified by the American Occupational Therapy Certification Board. An occupational therapist evaluates the self-care, work and leisure performance skills of well and disabled clients and plans and implements programs to restore, develop or maintain the task performance skills necessary for daily living and for the client's particular occupational role.
225XC0400NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Case Management
225XE1200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Ergonomics
225XH1200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Hand
225XH1300NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Human Factors
225XN1300NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Neurorehabilitation
225XP0200NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Pediatrics
225XR0403NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; Occupational Therapist; Rehabilitation, Driver
226300000NRespiratory, Rehabilitative & Restorative; KinesiotherapistA provider trained and educated in the applied science of medically prescribed therapeutic exercise, education and adapted physical activities designed to improve the quality of line and health of adults and children by developing physical fitness, increasing mobility and independence, and improving psychosocial behavior. The kinesiotherapist seeks a coach-player relationship in which he/she helps the patient/client reach the goal of becoming an independent, self-sustaining person. Kinesiotherapists, as compared with physical therapists, put more emphasis on geriatric care, reconditioning and fitness, and psychiatric care. A large percentage of kinesiotherapists practice in Veterans Administration hospitals.
231H00000NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Audiologist(1) A specialist in evaluation, habilitation and rehabilitation of those whose communication disorders center in whole or in part in hearing function. Audiologists are autonomous professionals who identify, assess, and manage disorders of the auditory, balance and other neural systems. Audiologists provide audiological (aural) rehabilitation to children and adults across the entire age span. Audiologists select, fit and dispense amplification systems such as hearing aids and related devices. (2) An audiologist is a person qualified by a master's degree in audiology, licensed by the state, where applicable, and practicing within the scope of that license. Audiologists evaluate and treat patients with impaired hearing. They plan, direct and conduct rehabilitative programs with audiotry substitutional devises (hearing aids) and other therapy.
231HA2400NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Audiologist; Assistive Technology Practitioner
231HA2500NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Audiologist; Assistive Technology Supplier
2355A2700NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Specialist/Technologist; Audiology Assistant
2355S0801NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Specialist/Technologist; Speech-Language Assistant
235Z00000NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Speech-Language PathologistA speech pathologist is a person qualified by a master's degree in speech-language pathology, and where applicable, licensed by the state and practicing within the scope of the license. Also, known as speech therapist, a speech pathologist evaluates patients with language and speech impairments or disorders, whether arising from physiological and neurological disturbances, defective articulation or foreign dialects, and conducts remedial programs designed to restore or improve their communication efficacy. Speech pathologists assess and treat persons with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders.
237600000NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Audiologist-Hearing Aid FitterAn audiologist/hearing aid fitter is the professional who specializes in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss, conducts a wide variety of tests to determine the exact nature of an individual's hearing problem, presents a variety of treatment options to patients, dispenses and fits hearing aids, administers tests of balance to evaluate dizziness and provides hearing rehabilitation training. This classification should be used where individuals are licensed as "audiologist-hearing aid fitters" as opposed to states that license individuals as "audiologists".
237700000NSpeech, Language and Hearing Service; Hearing Instrument SpecialistIndividuals who test hearing for the selection, adaptation, fitting, adjusting, servicing, and sale of hearing aids. Hearing Instrument Specialist is a designation provided individuals who qualify by the National Hearing Aid Society.
246QB0000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Blood Banking
246QC1000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Chemistry
246QC2700NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Cytotechnology
246QH0000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Hematology
246QH0401NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Hemapheresis Practitioner
246QH0600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Histology
246QI0000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Immunology
246QL0900NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Laboratory Management
246QL0901NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Laboratory Management, Diplomate
246QM0706NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Medical Technologist
246QM0900NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Pathology; Microbiology
246RH0600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Pathology; Histology
246RM2200NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Pathology; Medical Laboratory
246RP1900NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Pathology; Phlebotomy
246VC0100NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Cardiology
246VC2400NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Cardiopulmonary-Cardiovascular
246VC2901NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Cardiovascular: Invasive Technology
246VC2902NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Cardiovascular: Noninvasive Technology
246VC2903NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Cardiovascular: Vascular Technology
246VP3600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Perfusionist
246VS1301NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Sonography, Diagnostic Cardiac
246VV0100NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Cardiology; Vascular
246WC3000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Cardiology; Cardiographic
246WE0400NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Cardiology; ECG
246YC3301NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Health Information; Coding Specialist, Hospital Based
246YC3302NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Health Information; Coding Specialist, Physician Office Based
246YR1600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Health Information; Registered Record Administrator
246ZA2600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Art, Medical
246ZB0301NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Biomedical Engineering
246ZB0302NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Biomedical Photographer
246ZB0500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Biochemist
246ZB0600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Biostatistician
246ZE0500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; EEG
246ZE0600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Electroneurodiagnostic
246ZF0200NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Forensic
246ZG0701NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Graphics Methods
246ZG1000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Geneticist, Medical (PhD)
246ZI1000NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Illustration, Medical
246ZN0300NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Nephrology
246ZS0400NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Surgical
246ZV0500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Specialist/Technologist, Other; Virology
2470A2800NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Health Information; Assistant Record Technician
2471C1101NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Cardiovascular-Interventional Technology: Radiography
2471C3401NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Computed Tomography: Radiation Therapy
2471C3402NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Computed Tomography: Radiography
2471D1300NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Dosimetrist, Medical
2471M1201NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Radiation Therapy
2471M1202NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Radiographer
2471M2300NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Mammography: Radiography
2471N0900NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Nuclear Medicine Technology
2471Q0001NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Quality Management: Radiation Therapy
2471Q0002NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Quality Management: Radiographer
2471R0002NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Radiation Therapy
2471R0003NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Radiation Physicist
2471R1500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Radiographer
2471S1302NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Radiologic Technologist; Sonography, Diagnostic Medical
2472B0301NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Other; Biomedical Engineering
2472D0500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Other; Darkroom
2472E0500NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Other; EEG
2472R0900NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Other; Renal Dialysis
2472V0600NTechnologists, Technicians & Other; Technician, Other; Veterinary
261QA0600NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Adult Day Care
261QA1903NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Ambulatory Surgical
261QB0400NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Birthing
261QC1500NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Community Health
261QC1800NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Corporate Health
261QD0000NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Dental
261QE0002NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Emergency Care
261QE0700NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Treatment
261QE0800NEndoscopy lab(X12N 261QD0000N)
261QF0400NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
261QH0100NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Health
261QI0500NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Infusion Therapy
261QL0400NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Lithotripsy
261QM0801NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Mental Health (Including Community Mental Health Center)
261QM1000NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Migrant Health
261QM1100NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Military
261QM1101NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Military Expanded Services
261QM1102NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Military Operational Component
261QM1200NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
261QM1300NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Multi-Specialty
261QP0904NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Public Health, Federal
261QP0905NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Public Health, State or Local
261QP1100NPodiatry clinic(X12N 261QP1100N)
261QP2000NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Physical Therapy
261QP2300NPrimary care clinic(X12N 261QP2300N)
261QP2400NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Prison Health
261QP3300NPain clinic(X12N 261QP3300N)
261QR0200NRadiology diagnostics or therapeutics unitA practice setting where radiology services (diagnostic or therapeutic) are provided (X12N 261QR0200N)
261QX0203NRadiation oncology unit(X12N 261QX0203N)
261QR0206NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Radiology: Mammography
261QR0207NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Radiology: Mobile Mammography
261QR0208NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Radiology: Mobile
261QR0400NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Rehabilitation
261QR0401NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Rehabilitation, Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (CORF)
261QR0404NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Rehabilitation: Cardiac Facilities
261QR0405NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Rehabilitation, Substance Use Disorder
261QR0800NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Recovery Care
261QR1100NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Research
261QR1300NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Rural Health
261QS0112NOral and maxillofacial surgery clinic
261QS0132NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Surgery, Ophthalmologic
261QS1000NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Student Health
261QS1200NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Sleep Disorder Diagnostic
261QU0200NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Urgent Care
261QV0200NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; VA
261QX0100NAmbulatory Health Care Facilities; Clinic/Center; Occupational Medicine
273R00000NPsychiatric hospital unit(X12N 273R00000N)
273Y00000NRehabilitation hospital unit
275N00000NHospital Units; Medicare Defined Swing Bed UnitA unit of a hospital that has a Medicare provider agreement and has been granted approval from HCFA to provide post-hospital extended care services and be reimbursed as a swing-bed unit.
276400000NHospital Units; Rehabilitation, Substance Use Disorder UnitA distinct part of a hospital that provides medically monitored, interdisciplinary addiction-focused treatment to patients/clients who have psychoactive substance use disorders (commonly referred to as alcohol and drug abuse or substance abuse).
281P00000NChronic Care Facility(1) A hospital including a physical plant and personnel that provides multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment for diseases that have one or more of the following characteristics: is permanent; leaves residual disability; is caused by nonreversible pathological alteration; requires special training of the patient for rehabilitation; and/or may be expected to require a long period of supervision or care. In addition, patients require the safety, security, and shelter of these specialized inpatient or partial hospitalization settings. (2) A hospital that provides medical and skilled nursing services to patients with long-term illnesses who are not in an acute phase but who require an intensity of services not available in nursing homes
281PC2000NHospitals; Chronic Disease Hospital; Children
282N00000NHospitals; General Acute Care Hospital(X12N 282N00000N)
282NC2000NHospitals; General Acute Care Hospital; Children
282NR1301NHospitals; General Acute Care Hospital; Rural
282NW0100NHospitals; General Acute Care Hospital; Women
2865C1500NHospitals; Military Hospital; Community Health
2865M2000NHospitals; Military Hospital; Medical Center
2865X1600NHospitals; Military Hospital; Operational Component Facility
283Q00000NHospitals; Psychiatric HospitalAn organization including a physical plant and personnel that provides multidisciplinary diagnostic and treatment mental health services to patients requiring the safety, security, and shelter of the inpatient or partial hospitalization settings.
283X00000NRehabilitation hospital(X12N 283X00000N)
283XC2000NHospitals; Rehabilitation Hospital; Children
284300000NHospitals; Special HospitalA designation by the AHA of a hospital whose primary function of the institution is to provide diagnostic and treatment services for patients who have specified medical conditions, both surgical and nonsurgical.
287300000NHospitals; Christian Science SanitoriumA Christian Science sanitarium operated, or listed and certified, by The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, furnishing inpatient hospital care services.
291U00000NLaboratories; Clinical Medical Laboratory(1) A clinical laboratory is a facility for the biological, microbiological, serological, chemical, immunohematological, hematological, biophysical, cytological, pathological, or other examination of materials derived from the human body for the purpose of providing information for the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of any disease or impairment of, human beings. These examinations also include procedures to determine, measure, or otherwise describe the presence or absence of various substances or organisms in the body. Facilities only collecting or preparing specimens (or both) or only serving as a mailing service and not performing testing are not considered clinical laboratories. (2) Any facility that examines materials from the human body for purposes of providing information for the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of any disease or impairment of, or the assessment of, the health of human beings. Typical divisions of a clinical laboratory include hematology, cytology, bacteriology, histology, biochemistry, medical toxicology, and serology.
292200000NLaboratories; Dental LaboratoryA commercial laboratory specializing in the construction of dental appliances that conform to a dentist's specifications including the construction of dentures (complete or partial), orthodontic appliances, bridgework, crowns, and inlays.
293D00000NLaboratories; Physiological LaboratoryA laboratory that operates independently of a hospital and physician's office to furnish physiological diagnostic services (e.g. EEG's , EKG's, scans, etc.). Facilities offering ONLY physiological services are not certified as independent laboratories. If an independent laboratory offers physiological services IN ADDITION to clinical laboratory services, they are surveyed only for compliance with the clinical laboratory regulations because there are no health and safety regulations for physiological services.
302F00000NManaged Care Organizations; Exclusive Provider Organization(1) An EPO is a form of PPO, in which patients must visit a caregiver that is specified on its panel of providers (is a participating provider). If a visit to an outside(not participating) provider is made the EPO offers very limited or no coverage for the medical service; (2) While similar to a PPO in that an EPO allows patients to go outside the network for care, if they do so in an EPO, they are required to pay the entire cost of care. An EPO differs from an HMO in that EPO physicians do not receive capitation but instead are reimbursed only for actual services provided; (3) An organization identical to a preferred provider organization except that persons enrolled in the plan are eligible to receive benefits only when they use the services of the contracting providers. No benefits are available when non-contracting providers are used, except in certain emergency situations.
302R00000NManaged Care Organizations; Health Maintenance Organization(1) A form of health insurance in which its members prepay a premium for the HMO's health services which generally include inpatient and ambulatory care. For the patient, an HMO means reduced out-of-pocket costs (i.e. no deductible), no paperwork (i.e. insurance forms), and only a small copayment for each office visit to cover the paperwork handled by the HMO; (2) A organization of health care personnel and facilities that provides a comprehensive range of health services to an enrolled population for a fixed sum of money paid in advance for a specified period of time. These health services include a wide variety of medical treatments and consults, inpatient and outpatient hospitalization, home health service, ambulance service, and sometimes dental and pharmacy services. The HMO may be organized as a group model, an individual practice association (IPA), a network model or a staff model.
305R00000NManaged Care Organizations; Preferred Provider OrganizationA group of physicians and/or hospitals who contract with an employer to provide services to their employees. In a PPO, the patient may got to the physician of his/her choice, even if that physician does not participate in the PPO, but the patient receives care at a lower benefit level.
305S00000NManaged Care Organizations; Point of ServiceThis product may also be called an open-ended HMO and offers a transition product incorporating features of both HMOs and PPOs. Beneficiaries are enrolled in an HMO but have the option to go outside the networks for an additional cost.
311500000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Alzheimer Center (Dementia Center)A freestanding facility or special care unit of a long term care facility focusing on patient care of individuals diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's Disease or their related diseases. Six elements of the facility/unit set it apart from other (the rest of the) facilities(y): (1) Admission of residents with dementia (including those with Alzheimer's disease); (2) Staff who are specially selected, trained, and supervised; (3) Activities that are specifically designed for the cognitively impaired; (4) A marketing of a special care unit in brochures; (5) A high level of family involvement; and (6) A physical environment designed to keep residents safe and segregated from other populations.
311Z00000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Custodial Care FacilityA facility providing care that serves to assist an individual in the activities of daily living, such as assistance in walking, getting in and out of bed, bathing, dressing, feeding, and using the toilet, preparation of special diets, and supervision of medication that usually can be self-administered. Custodial care essentially is personal care that does not require the continuing attention of trained medical or paramedical personnel.
313M00000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Nursing Facility/Intermediate Care FacilityAn institution (or a distinct part of an institution) which- (1) is primarily engaged in providing to residents- (A) skilled nursing care and related services for residents who require medical or nursing care, (B) rehabilitation services for the rehabilitation of injured, disabled, or sick persons, or, on a regular basis, health-related care and services to individuals who because of their mental or physical condition require care and services (above the level of room and board) which can be made available to them only through institutional facilities, and is not primarily for the care and treatment of mental diseases; (2) has in effect a transfer agreement with one or more hospitals.
314000000NSkilled nursing facility(X12N 314000000N)
315D00000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Hospice, InpatientA provider organization, or distinct part of the organization, which renders an interdisciplinary program providing palliative care, chiefly medical relief of pain and supporting services, which addresses the emotional, social, financial, and legal needs of terminally ill patients and their families where an institutional care environment is required for the patient.
315P00000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Intermediate Care Facility, Mentally Retarded(1) A public institution for care of the mentally retarded or people with related conditions. (2) An institution giving active treatment to mentally retarded or developmentally disabled persons or persons with related conditions. The primary purpose of the institution is to provide health or rehabilitative services to such individuals.
317400000NNursing & Custodial Care Facilities; Christian Science FacilityA Christian Science sanitarium operated, or listed and certified, by The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, furnishing extended care services.
322D00000NResidential Treatment Facilities; Residential Treatment Facility for Emotionally Disturbed ChildrenA provider facility or distinct part of the organization which renders an interdisciplinary program of mental health treatment to individuals under 21 years of age who have persistent dysfunction in major life areas. The dysfunction is of an extent and pervasiveness that requires a protected and highly structured therapeutic environment. These organizations, or distinct part of organizations, exclude those that provide acute psychiatric care, partial hospitalization, group living, therapeutic schooling, primary diagnosis substance abuse disorder treatment, or primary diagnosis mental retardation or developmental disability treatment.
323P00000NResidential Treatment Facilities; Psychiatric Residential Treatment FacilityA residential treatment center (RTC) is a facility or distinct part of a facility that providers, to children and adolescents, a total, twenty-four hour, therapeutically planned group living and learning situation where distinct and individualized psychotherapeutic interventions can take place. residential treatment is a specific level of care to e differentiated from acute, intermediate, and long-term hospital care, when the least restrictive environment is maintained to allow for normalization of the patient's surroundings. The RTC must be both physically and programmatically distinct if it is a part or subunit of a larger treatment program. A RTC is organized and professionally staffed to provide residential treatment of mental disorders to children and adolescents who have sufficient intellectual potential to respond to active treatment (that is , for whom it can reasonably be assumed that treatment of the mental disorder will result in an improved ability to function outside the RTC) for whom outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization or protected and structured environment is medically or psychologically necessary.
324500000NSubstance use rehabilitation facility(X12N 324500000N)
331L00000NSuppliers; Blood BankAn institution (organization or distinct part thereof) that performs, or is responsible for the performance of, the collection, processing, storage and/or issuance of human blood and blood components, intended for transfusion. The institution may also collect, process, and/or distribute human tissue, including bone marrow and peripheral blood progenitor cells, intended for transplantation.
332B00000NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical SuppliesA supplier of medical equipment such as respirators, wheelchairs, home dialysis systems, or monitoring systems, that are prescribed by a physician for a patient's use in the home and that are usable for an extended period of time.
332BC3200NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies; Customized Equipment
332BD1200NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies; Dialysis Equipment & Supplies
332BN1400NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies; Nursing Facility Supplies
332BP3500NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies; Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition
332BX2000NSuppliers; Durable Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies; Oxygen Equipment & Supplies
332G00000NSuppliers; Eye BankAn eye bank procures and distributes eyes for transplant, education and research. To promote patient safety, donated eyes and donor medial histories are evaluated based on strict Eye Bank Association of America Medical Standards.
332H00000NSuppliers; Eyewear Supplier (Equipment, not the service)An organization that provides spectacles, contact lenses, and other vision enhancement devices prescribed by an optometrist or ophthalmologist.
332S00000NSuppliers; Hearing Aid EquipmentThe manufacture and/or sale of electronic hearing aids, their component parts, and related products and services on a national basis.
332U00000NSuppliers; Home Delivered MealsHome-delivered meals are those services or activities designed to prepare and deliver one or more meals a day to an individual's residence in order to prevent institutionalization, malnutrition, and feelings of isolation. Component services or activities may include the cost of personnel, equipment, and food; assessment of nutritional and dietary needs; nutritional education and counseling; socialization services; and information and referral.
333600000NSuppliers; PharmacyA facility used by pharmacists for the compounding and dispensing of medicinal preparations (drug store). A pharmacy is a facility whose primary function is to store, prepare and legally dispense prescription drugs through a licensed pharmacist. It meets any licensing or certification standards set forth by the jurisdiction where it is located.
335E00000NSuppliers; Prosthetic/Orthotic SupplierAn organization which supplies or vends orthopedic appliances or apparatuses and artificial body parts used to support, align, prevent, or correct deformities or to replace or improve function of body parts.
335U00000NSuppliers; Organ Procurement OrganizationA federally designated organization that works with hospital personnel in retrieval of organs for transplantation. The federal government designates an OPO's service area and the hospitals with which an OPO is to establish working relationships.
335V00000NSuppliers; Portable X-Ray SupplierA supplier of diagnostic x-ray services furnished in a place or residence used as the patient's home or, in certain circumstances, in an institution, where the institution cannot bill for the services. Portable x-ray services include: (1) skeletal films involving arms and legs, pelvis, vertebral column, and skull; (2) chest films which do not involve the use of contrast media (except routine screening procedures and tests in connection with routine physical examinations); and (3) abdominal films which do not involve the use of contrast media. Procedures and examinations which are excluded from portable x-ray services include the following: (1) procedures involving fluoroscopy;(2) procedures involving the use of contrast media; (3) procedures requiring the administration of a substance to the patient or injection of a substance into the patient and/or special manipulation of the patient; (4) procedures which require special medical skill or knowledge possessed by a doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy or which require that medical judgment be exercised; (5) procedures requiring special technical competency and/or special equipment or materials; (6) routine screening procedures; and (7) procedures which are not of a diagnostic nature.
3416A0800NTransportation Services; Ambulance; Air
3416L0300NTransportation Services; Ambulance; Land
3416S0300NTransportation Services; Ambulance; Sea
343900000NTransportation Services; Medical Transport (Van)A land vehicle with a capacity to meet special height, clearance, access, and seating, for the conveyance of persons in non-emergency situations. The vehicle may or may not be required to meet local county or state regulations.
344600000NTransportation Services; TaxiA land commercial vehicle used for the transporting of persons in non-emergency situations. The vehicle meets local, county or state regulations set forth by the jurisdictions where it is located.
353BL0002NPhysicians (Other Roles); Physician/Osteopath; Laboratory Service Provider
353BS0900NPhysicians (Other Roles); Physician/Osteopath; Supplier
363A00000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Physician AssistantA physician assistant is a person who has successfully completed an accredited education program for physician assistant, is licensed by the state and is practicing within the scope of that license. Physician assistants are formally trained to perform many of the routine, time-consuming tasks a physician can do. In some states, they may prescribe medications. They take medical histories, perform physical exams, order lab tests and x-rays, and give inoculations. Most states require that they work under the supervision of a physician.
363AM0700NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Physician Assistant; Medical
363AS0400NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Physician Assistant; Surgical
363L00000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner(1)A registered nurse provider with a graduate degree in nursing prepared for advanced practice involving independent and interdependent decision making and direct accountability for clinical judgment across the health care continuum or in a certified specialty. (2) A registered nurse who has completed additional training beyond basic nursing education and who provides primary health care services in accordance with state nurse practice laws or statutes. Tasks performed by nurse practitioners vary with practice requirements mandated by geographic, political, economic, and social factors. Nurse practitioner specialists include, but are not limited to, family nurse practitioners, gerontological nurse practitioners, pediatric nurse practitioners, obstetric-gynecologic nurse practitioners, and school nurse practitioners.
363LA2100NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Acute Care
363LA2200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Adult Health
363LC0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Critical Care Medicine
363LC1500NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Community Health
363LF0000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Family
363LG0600NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Gerontology
363LN0000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Neonatal
363LN0005NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Neonatal: Critical Care
363LP0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Pediatrics
363LP0222NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Pediatrics: Critical Care
363LP0223NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Pediatrics: Acute Care
363LP0808NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Psychiatric/Mental Health
363LP1700NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Perinatal
363LP2300NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Primary Care
363LS0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; School
363LW0102NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Women's Health
363LX0001NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Obstetrics & Gynecology
363LX0106NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Practitioner; Occupational Health
364S00000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse SpecialistA registered nurse who, through a graduate degree program in nursing, or through a formal post-basic education program or continuing education courses and clinical experience, is expert in a specialty area of nursing practice within one or more of the components of direct patient/client care, consultation, education, research and administration.
364SA2100NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Acute Care
364SA2200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Adult Health
364SC0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Critical Care Medicine
364SC1501NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Community Health/Public Health
364SC2300NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Chronic Care
364SE0003NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Emergency
364SE1400NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Ethics
364SF0001NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Family Health
364SG0600NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Gerontology
364SH0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Home Health
364SH1100NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Holistic
364SI0800NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Informatics
364SL0600NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Long-Term Care
364SM0705NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Medical-Surgical
364SN0000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Neonatal
364SN0004NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Neonatal, High-Risk
364SN0800NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Neuroscience
364SP0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Pediatrics
364SP0807NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Child & Adolescent
364SP0808NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health
364SP0809NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Adult
364SP0810NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Child & Family
364SP0811NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Chronically Ill
364SP0812NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Community
364SP0813NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Psychiatric/Mental Health, Geropsychiatric
364SP1700NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Perinatal
364SP2800NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Perioperative
364SR0400NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Rehabilitation
364SR1300NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Rural Health
364SS0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; School
364ST0500NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Transplantation
364SW0102NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Women's Health
364SX0106NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Occupational Health
364SX0200NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Oncology
364SX0204NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Oncology, Pediatrics
366B00000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Midwife, CertifiedA provider educated in the independent management of women's health and focusing particularly on pregnancy, childbirth, the post-partum period, care of the newborn, family planning and gynecological needs of women and primary care of women. Certification requires education at the post-secondary level in midwifery and health services.
367500000NPhysician Assistants & Advanced Practice Nursing Providers; Nurse Anesthetist, Certified Registered(1)A licensed registered nurse with advanced specialty education in anesthesia who, in collaboration with appropriate health care professionals, provides preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care to patients and assists in management and resuscitation of critical patients in intensive care, coronary care, and emergency situations. Nurse anesthetists are certified following successful completion of credentials and state licensure review and a national examination directed by the Council on Certification of Nurse Anesthetists. (2) A registered nurse who is qualified by special training to administer anesthesia in collaboration with a physician or dentist and who can assist in the care of patients who are in critical condition.
374700000NNursing Service Related Providers(1) A person with specialized training in a narrow field of expertise whose occupation requires training and is skilled in specific technical processes and procedures. (2) An individual having special skill or practical knowledge in an area, such as operation and maintenance of equipment or performance of laboratory procedures involving biochemical analyses. Special technical qualifications are normally required, though an increasing number or technicians also possess university degrees in science, and occasionally doctorate degrees. The distinction between technician and technologist in the health care field is not always clear.
3747P1801NNursing Service Related Providers; Technician; Personal Care Attendent
374T00000NNursing Service Related Providers; Christian Science Practitioner/NurseProviders who are trained and educated to perform and administer services related to health promotion, disease prevention, acute and chronic care, spiritual guidance and comfort for healing and health, restoration of health and health maintenance across the life span.
374U00000NNursing Service Related Providers; Technician; Home Health AideA person trained to assist public health nurses, home health nurses, and other health professionals in the bedside care of patients in their homes.
376G00000NNursing Service Related Providers; Nursing Home AdministratorAn individual, often licensed by the state, who is responsible for the management of a nursing home.
376J00000NNursing Service Related Providers; HomemakerA person who, under the supervision of a home health or welfare agency, assists elderly, ill, and disabled persons by providing services intended to preserve independent living and normal family life; frequently, household chores such as cooking and cleaning.
376K00000NNursing Service Related Providers; Nurse's Aide(1) An unlicensed individual who is trained to function in an assistive role to the licensed nurse in the provision of patient/client activities as delegated by the nurse; (2) An individual trained (either on-the-job or through a formal course generally of less than one year) and experienced in performing patient or client-care nursing tasks that do not require the skills of a specialist, technician, or professional. Examples of tasks performed by nurses aides include changing clothes, diapers, and beds; assisting patients to perform exercises or personal hygiene tasks, and supporting communication or social interaction. Specific education and credentials are not required for this work.

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2020-05-06reviseTed KleinVocabulary WGMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.
2014-03-26reviseVocabulary (Woody Beeler) (no record of original request)2014T1_2014-03-26_001283 (RIM release ID)Lock all vaue sets untouched since 2014-03-26 to trackingId 2014T1_2014_03_26