Provider

Any organisation providing education and training.
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Provider

• (n.) One who provides, furnishes, or supplies; one who procures what is wanted.
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Provider

[Angel] `Provider` is episode 12 of season 3 in the television show Angel. ==Plot synopsis== Fred works on the Angel Investigations website, while Cordelia talks to Angel about not losing sight of the mission – it is about helping the helpless, not making money. Gunn and Wesley return to report that they`ve distributed fliers all over tow...
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Provider

Pro·vid'er noun One who provides, furnishes, or supplies; one who procures what is wanted.
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Provider

A financial company, in the case of unit trusts and OEICs a fund management company, which provides financial products to members of the public.
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Provider

A licensed health care facility, program, agency, physician or health professional that delivers hea
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Provider

Any body providing health or social care under contract arrangements with a purchasing body.
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Provider

Provider is a term used for health professionals who provide health care services. Sometimes, the te
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Provider

Series of Transport aircraft
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provider

someone who supplies the means for subsistence
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provider

Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-vīd′ĕr Definitions: 1. A term used by managed care organizations, referring to anyone rendering medical care, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and others.
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Provider

Usually refers to a hospital or doctor who 'provides' care. A health plan, managed care company or insurance carrier is not a healthcare provider. Those entities are called payers. The lines are blurred sometimes, however, when providers create or manage health plans. At that point, a provider is also a payer. A payer can be provider if the payer o...
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provider

[n] - someone who provides the means for subsistence
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