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Accessibility: The extent to which a contractor's or employer's facility is readily approachable and does not inhibit the mobility of individuals with disabilities, particularly such areas as the personnel . . . View Full Definition
Geographic Accessibility: Health plan accessibility, generally determined by drive time or number of primary care providers in a service area.
Shut In: A well that is capable of production but which is temporarily closed for repair, cleaning or inaccessibility to a market.
Extranet: An extranet is similar to an intranet. They both use Internet protocols. The difference is that the extranet is designed to give a certain amount of access to outside users where an intranet . . . View Full Definition
Open Records: Accessibility to own adoption records by each member of the triad. This includes access to identifying information.
Managed Care Organization (MCO): Any entity that utilizes certain concepts or techniques to manage the accessibility, cost, and quality of healthcare. Also known as a managed care plan.
Ergonomics: The accessibility and ease of controlling a system in normal operational mode with a minimum of motion and thought required.
Drive Time: A measure of geographic accessibility determined by how long members in the plan's service area have to drive to reach a primary care provider.
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