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

Gatekeeper

[boxing] In boxing, a gatekeeper is a skillful and well-regarded fighter, but one 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 gatek...
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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

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

A gatekeeper is a human 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 in various roles including academic admissions, financial advi...
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Gatekeeper

[butterfly] The Gatekeeper (Pyronia tithonus), sometimes called the Hedge Brown, is most commonly found in South and East Britain, and confined to coastal areas of south and southeast Ireland. It is also found in the Channel Islands, but not in Scotland nor the Isle of Man. Given its preference for warmer weather, it can be assumed that the...
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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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Gatekeeper

A person in an organisation who controls access to the people in the organisation, and/or controls access to information or goods, or even a market. Microsoft could be described as a gatekeeper to the computer industry. Google could be described as a gatekeeper to the internet industry
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Gatekeeper

[OS X] Gatekeeper is an anti-malware feature of the OS X operating system. It allows users to restrict which sources they can install applications from, in order to reduce the likelihood of inadvertently executing a Trojan horse. It is included with OS X Mountain Lion, later releases, and as of 10.7.5, with Mac OS X Lion. ==Features== Users...
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GateKeeper

[roller coaster] Construction began in September 2012 and took about eight months to complete. A new entrance plaza for the park was built, with the keyhole towers as the centerpiece. GateKeeper replaced Disaster Transport and Space Spiral, which were demolished during the summer of 2012, bringing Cedar Point back to 16 roller coasters. It ...
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