Gatekeeper

A gatekeeper is a person who controls access to something, for example via a city gate. In the late 20th century the term came into metaphorical use, referring to individuals who decide whether a given message will be distributed by a mass medium. ==Gatekeeping roles== Gatekeepers serve several different purposes such as academic admissions, finan
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Gatekeeper

[butterfly] The Gatekeeper (Pyronia tithonus) sometimes called the Hedge Brown is a common butterfly in the United Kingdom. It is a member of the subfamily Satyrinae in the family Nymphalidae. A similar species is the Meadow Brown; the two species can be difficult to distinguish with closed wings since underwing markings are very similar. H
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Gatekeeper

A primary care physician, utilization review, case management, local agency or managed care entity responsible for determining when and what services a patient can access and receive reimbursement for. In HMOs, it is commonly an arrangement in which a primary care provider serves as the patient's agent, arranges for and coordinates appropriate medi
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Gatekeeper

Caterpillar species. Latin name: Pyronia tithonus Food: Wild grasses, such as Bents, Fescues and Meadow Grasses. Description: Fawn or grey with a green tinge with dark lines and short hairs. Common wherever wild grasses and shrubs grow in all southern England counties
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gatekeeper

A health professional, typically a physician or nurse, who has the first encounter with a patient and who thus controls the patient's entry into the health care system. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gatekeeper

Gatekeeper software uses the H.323 standard. Basically, a gatekeeper registers information about users which then enables it to look-up users and connect them. Polycom has a portable document (pdf) that describes management aspects of their gatekeeping solution. Since these are standards-based, other vendors sell similar products.
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gatekeeper

The primary care physician who must authorize all medical services....
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Gatekeeper

A primary care physician who provides a broad range of routine medical services and refers patients to specialists, hospitals and other providers as necessary. This traditional primary care physician role is called a 'gatekeeper' function. Under some benefits plans, a referral by the primary care physician is required to obtain services f...
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Gatekeeper

Usually the individual who controls the flow of information from the mass media to the group or individual.
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Gatekeeper

The GateKeeper (Pyronia tithonus) is a butterfly of the family Satyridae found in Britain and Ireland and parts of Europe in thin deciduous forests and more open countryside.
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gatekeeper

Type: Term Pronunciation: gāt′kēp-ĕr Definitions: 1. A health care professional, typically a physician or nurse, who has the first encounter with a patient and who thus controls the patient's entry into the health care system.
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Gatekeeper

[boxing] In boxing, a gatekeeper is a skilful and well-regarded fighter, but who does not have the popularity or brilliance of a contender. They are considered to be a cut above most journeymen. ==Characteristics== Gatekeepers often have the following characteristics: ==Examples== The following fighters have all been described as gatekeeper
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Gatekeeper

[OS X] Gatekeeper is an anti-malware feature of the Mac OS X operating system. It will be included with OS X Mountain Lion upon its release in Summer 2012. Gatekeeper allows users to restrict which sources they can install applications from in order to reduce the likelihood of inadvertently executing a Trojan horse. Users have three options
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Gatekeeper

a primary care physician or his/her staff who is responsible for determining when and what services a patient can access or receive reimbursement.
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Gatekeeper

A primary care physician who provides a broad range of routine medical services and refers patients
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Gatekeeper

A primary care physician who provides a broad range of routine medical services and refers patients
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Gatekeeper

The primary care provider responsible for managing medical treatment provided to an individual enrolled in a health plan.
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