This term is used to describe a the condition of a person who due to injury is unable to work at full capacity but who is able to work at reduced efficiency and is expected to fully recover.
Temporary Total Disability:
This term describes the condition of a person who due to injury is unable to work, but who is expected to fully recover.
This term is used to describe services rendered by such specialized providers as intensive care units, neurologists, neurosurgeons and thoracic surgeons. Such services frequently require highly sophisticated equipment and facilities.
In healthcare and insurance usage, this term is used to describe a person who is not expected to live beyond six months due to a specific illness.
May refer to any facility, either residential or non-residential, which is authorized to provide treatment for mental illness or substance abuse.
A method of classifying sick or injured patients according to the severity of their conditions in order to ensure that medical facilities and staff are most effectively utilized.
please note, however, that definitions of certain terms may vary across insurance companies.