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ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL JUDGEMENT NO.497
- 5 - In a letter dated 15 November 1988, the Applicant's holistic chiropractor advised the Applicant's counsel that the Applicant, who was under his care, suffered from a "stress disorder", which, in his view, had been precipitated by her experiences at work "in particular, the Office of Legal Affairs ... therefore, requiring a change in her work environment". (...) On 28 November 1988, the Executive Officer, OLA, wrote to the Applicant to inform her that her counsel's letter, together with the letter from her holistic chiropractor, had been sent to the Director of the Medical and Employee Assistance Division, OHRM, (the U.N. (...) Medical Director, enclosing the letter - 6 - from her holistic chiropractor, as well as a letter from a neurologist, attesting that she had a "job-related anxiety/stress disorder" and urging that she should be transferred to another Department.
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Score: 1541324.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=AT/DEC/497&Lang=E
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Other Professional and Business Services category G 1 Medical and Dental Practitioners, Optometrists, Chiropractors, Osteropaths, Nursing Services and Veterinary Services 4 category G 2.
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Score: 1332671.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_5.pdf
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RENEWAL OF THE HEADQUARTERS MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSURANCE PLANS EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 1993, AND ANNUAL ENROLMENT CAMPAIGN, 3-11 JUNE 1993 / FROM THE CONTROLLER
The $1,000 calendar year limit on reimbursement for spinal disorder treatment, now to come into effect on 1 January 1994, applies to treatment rendered by any licensed medical practitioner, whether a chiropractor, physical therapist or medical doctor. The $1,000 limit does not apply, however, to treatment rendered in the following circumstances: (a) While a covered individual is a full-time inpatient in a hospital; (b) For treatment of scoliosis (curvature of the spine); (c) For care of a fracture; (d) For pre- and post-surgical care.
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Score: 1296867.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ST/IC/1993/27/AMEND.1&Lang=E
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., RTRA) Communicate clearly the risks and limitations 4 COVID-19 Content Timely, short & partnerships pieces 5 Essential Occupations List Full list available here: https://lmic-cimt.ca/essential-services-and-occupations-a-pan-canadian-list/ Main Category Service description Keywords NOC match NOC code LMIC's short list Healthcare and public health workers 1) Pre-hospitalization emergency services And health care professionals providing emergency care EMS, (all kinds of doctors) Dispatchers 1525 Yes Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses 3012 Yes Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors 3011 Yes Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses 3012 Yes Specialist physicians 3111 Yes General practitioners and family physicians 3112 Yes Allied primary health practitioners 3124 Yes Pharmacists 3131 Yes Medical laboratory technologists 3211 Yes Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants 3212 Yes Other medical technologists and technicians 3219 Yes Licensed practical nurses 3233 Yes Paramedical occupations 3234 Yes Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates 3413 Yes 2) Private health facilities for emergency services Physicians, dentists, etc Dentists 3113 No Dental hygienists and dental therapists 3222 No Optometrists 3121 No Physiotherapists 3142 No Chiropractors 3122 No Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 3414 No Specialist physicians 3111 Yes General practitioners and family physicians 3112 Yes Physiotherapists 3142 No https://lmic-cimt.ca/essential-services-and-occupations-a-pan-canadian-list/ 6 LFS Response Rate Remains Low 7 … But Far Worse in Remote Regions 8 Lessons Learned (aka, my wish list) Improved administrative data - timeliness Improved administrative data - granularity Programs designed with data access strategy in mind A central repository of labour market relevant data: • Childcare and education services • Employment services • Training and education linkages 9 Future State: LMIC Data Hub Other non- LMI sources Other LMI sources LMIC HUB Other data Job outlooks Salaries by field of study Skills in demand Intermediary: Investment decision Intermediary: Education or career choice Statistics Canada F/P/T (admin data, occupational outlook, etc.)
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Score: 1202536.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/presentation/wcms_828704.pdf
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BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
Tortola has a well-equipped hospital, 10 doctors, 2 dentists, 2 visiting eye specialists and 2 chiropractors. Improvements to medical facilities on other islands in 1999 include the renovation of the North Sound clinic on Virgin Gorda and the opening of a new clinic on Anegada.
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Score: 1038993.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/AC.109/1999/9&Lang=E
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P-CLASSIF. OF EXPENDITURE ACCORDING TO PURPOSE
1 ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/84 DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS STATISTICS DIVISION STATISTICAL PAPERS SERIES M No. 84 CLASSIFICATIONS OF EXPENDITURE ACCORDING TO
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Score: 794880.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/84&Lang=E
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Physiotherapist, Paediatric physical therapist, Orthopaedic physical therapist, Physiotherapist assistant, Physical rehabilitation technician, Massage therapist, Electrotherapist, Acupressure therapist, Shiatsu therapist, Hydrotherapist Occupational therapist- 2269, Osteopath-3259, Chiropractor-3259, Podiatrist-2269 Occupations included in this category normally require formal training in physical rehabilitation therapy or a related field. (...) Acupuncturist, Ayurvedic practitioner, Unani practitioner, Chinese herbal medicine practitioner, Homeopath, Naturopath, Bonesetter, Herbalist, Witch doctor, Village healer, Scraping and cupping therapist Acupressure therapist- 3255, Shiatsu therapist- 3255, Hydrotherapist-3255, Chiropractor-3259, Osteopath-3259 Occupations included in this category normally require knowledge and skil
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Score: 744295.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ance/knowledge/resources/2.pdf
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Osteopathic treatment 80%, only if the treatment aims at improving or restoring bodily functions Not covered in case the treatment is provided preventively Chiropractic treatment 80%, only in case of treatment of chronic pain syndrome AND provided that: - the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND - the treatment is provided by a qualified medical doctor or a licensed chiropractor Please note that the insurance contract is the only authentic text. Cigna July 2018 UN Medical Insurance Plan p.15/25 Item Remarks Acupuncture 80%, only if: - the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND - the treatment is provided by a qualified medical doctor or a licensed chiropractor Private home duty nurse 80%, only if these are medical acts (wound dressing, injections, etc.) and if they are provided by a qualified nurse Home health care 80%, only if prescribed as medically necessary and as an alternative to either hospitalisation or a stay in a skilled nursing facility Alternative medicine - In general: not covered but there are exceptions: - Chinese medicine is accepted for staff members assigned to a duty station located in China. - Ayurveda is accepted for staff members assigned to a duty station located in India provided the treatment is given in India. - Some treatments are covered at 80% (see List of reimbursable and non-reimbursable items), under the following conditions: x the patient suffers from a medical condition that requires treatment, AND x the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND x the treatment is given by a qualified medical doctor.
Language:English
Score: 693360.45 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...ption_of_benefits_un_mip_0.pdf
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Osteopathic treatment 80%, only if the treatment aims at improving or restoring bodily functions Not covered in case the treatment is provided preventively Chiropractic treatment 80%, only in case of treatment of chronic pain syndrome AND provided that: - the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND - the treatment is provided by a qualified medical doctor or a licensed chiropractor Please note that the insurance contract is the only authentic text. Cigna July 2018 UN – Medical Insurance Plan p.15/25 Item Remarks Acupuncture 80%, only if: - the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND - the treatment is provided by a qualified medical doctor or a licensed chiropractor Private home duty nurse 80%, only if these are medical acts (wound dressing, injections, etc.) and if they are provided by a qualified nurse Home health care 80%, only if prescribed as medically necessary and as an alternative to either hospitalisation or a stay in a skilled nursing facility Alternative medicine - In general: not covered but there are exceptions: - Chinese medicine is accepted for staff members assigned to a duty station located in China. - Ayurveda is accepted for staff members assigned to a duty station located in India provided the treatment is given in India. - Some treatments are covered at 80% (see List of reimbursable and non-reimbursable items), under the following conditions:  the patient suffers from a medical condition that requires treatment, AND  the treatment is recognised as valid by the competent health authorities of the country, AND  the treatment is given by a qualified medical doctor.
Language:English
Score: 693360.45 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...rg.insurance/files/mpd_mip.pdf
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Common Medical Event Services You May Need Your Cost If You Use a Participating Provider Your Cost If You Use a Non-Participating Provider Limitations & Exceptions If you visit a health care provider’s office or clinic Primary care visit to treat an injury or illness No charge Not covered -----None----- Specialist visit No charge Not covered -----None----- Other practitioner office visit Chiropractor: Nocharge Not covered -----None----- Preventive care/screening/immunization No charge Not covered -----None----- If you have a test Diagnostic test (x-ray, blood work) No charge Not covered -----None-----Imaging (CT/PET scans, MRIs) No charge Not covered Prior approval required 7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014UNITED NATIONS Coverage Period: Summary of Benefits and Coverage: What this Plan Covers & What it Costs Coverage for: Individual/Family Plan Type: HMO Questions: Call 1-800-447-8255 or visit us at www.emblemhealth.com/sbc.
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Score: 657114.16 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...rg.insurance/files/mpd_hip.pdf
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