Referral

The act of sending someone to see another person, such as sending a patient to see a medical specialist or a surgeon for a specialist opinion.

Referral

The process of sending a patient from one practitioner to another for health care services. Health Plans may require that designated primary care providers authorize a referral for coverage of specialty services. Normally, this type of referral means a written order from the enrollee's primary care doctor for the enrollee to see a specialist or get...
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Referral

A request for help for someone in need of an assessment, usually written down in brief notes. These are usually made on behalf of someone else by a third party, for example a social worker for a service user, or a GP for a patient.
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referral

[n] - a recommendation to consult the (professional) person referred to 2. [n] - the act of referring (as forwarding an applicant for employment or referring a matter to an appropriate agency)
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Referral

Referral: The recommendation of a medical or paramedical professional. If you get a referral to ophthalmology, for example, you are being sent to the eye doctor. In HMOs and other managed care schemes, a referral is usually necessary to see any practitioner or specialist other than your primary care physician (PCP), if you want the service to be co...
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referral

The recommedation of a medical or paramedical professional. If you get a referral, for example, to ophthalmology, you are sent to the eye doctor. The earliest recorded use of the word referral in medicine was in 1927. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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referral

noun the act of referring (as forwarding an applicant for employment or referring a matter to an appropriate agency)
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referral

noun a recommendation to consult the (professional) person referred to; `this patient is a referral from Dr. Bones`
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Referral

[medicine] In medicine, referral is the transfer of care for a patient from one clinician to another. Tertiary care is usually done by referral from primary or secondary medical care personnel. In the field of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), referral also means the informing of a partner of a patient diagnosed STD of the potential exp...
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Referral

When a dental patient from one office is sent to another dentist, usually a specialist, for treatment or consultation.
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Referral

The recommendation of a medical or paramedical professional. If you get a referral to ophthalmology, for example, you are being sent to the eye doctor. In HMOs and other managed care schemes, a referral is usually necessary to see any practitioner or specialist other than your primary care physician (PCP), if you want the service to be covered. The...
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referral

In medicine, the act of a doctor in which a patient is sent to another doctor for additional healthcare services.
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Referral

a system which allows for batsmen or fielding captains to appeal an umpiring decision to the third umpire. Still in the experimental stage and not currently used for all Test series.[30]
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Referral

A posting placed on the records for a dog or litter as a result of an inquiry. A referral may also be an internal coding for AKC informational purposes.
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referral

Process by which a juvenile case is introduced to court, agency or program where needed services can be obtained.
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Referral

a system which allows for batsmen or fielding captains to appeal an umpiring decision to the third umpire. Still in the experimental stage and not currently used for all Test series.
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Referral

When a dental patient from one office is sent to another dentist, usually a specialist, for treatmen
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Referral

When a dental patient from one office is sent to another dentist, usually a specialist, for treatmen
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22411
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