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Telepsychiatry means consulting a psychiatrist (a medical doctor specialized in mental health, usually an M.D. with additional qualifications after the basic medical degree) online. (...) Ask your telehealth provider more about the confidentiality of the service if you have questions. Can I get medication? If you are prescribed medication, obtaining it can be a challenge in some areas. (...) If you’re covered under UN Medical Insurance Plan (MIP) or UN Worldwide Plan (WWP) , you have access to Cigna Global Telehealth .
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Score: 543897.56 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavi...ng-external-mental-health-care
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The Global Patient Coordination Officer (Global PCO) serves as a point of contact for the coordination and provision of non-medical support to COVID-19 patients who have been medically evacuated to locations that are not dedicated MEDEVAC hubs or which have no on-site Patient Coordination Officer. 2. (...) The role of the Global PCO is to work with Patient Focal Points, the Treating Medical Facility, any in-country UN Medical Advisor, the UN MEDEVAC Cell, the UN Staff Counsellors Network, the Critical Incident Stress Management Unit, and other Patient Coordination Officers to compile and share information, to act as an intermediary between the Treating Medical Facility, Patient Focal Points and patients as needed, and to provide non-medical logistical assistance, including examples of best practise, to those who are responsible for supporting COVID-19 patients. (...) Liaise daily with the Treating Medical Facility to maintain a current overview of the status of COVID-19 patients; ii.
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Score: 543834 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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Decision on Prosecution request for a Medical Examination of the Accused pursuant to rule 54 and 74 bis UNITED NATIONS Case No. (...) Goran Hadzic”, dated 7 January 2015, appended to the Deputy Registrar’s Submission of Medical Report, 8 January 2015 (confidential) (“7 January Medical Report”); “Update Health condition of Mr. (...) See also 3 December Medical Report; 10 December Medical Report; 17 December Medical Report; 7 January Medical Report; 14 January Medical Report. 8 Motion, paras 1, 13. 9 Motion, para. 11; Reply, para. 3. 20198 Made Public pursuant to Trial Chamber's Order on 13 March 2015, RPN D30023-D29975 3 Case No.
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Score: 543728.96 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/hadzic/tdec/en/150116.pdf
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Cigna Version January 2020 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DESCRIPTION OF MEDICAL COVERAGE UNV INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERS YOUR BENEFITS UNV Internationals: Cigna’s services and medical coverages 2/18 January 2020 CONTENT This document contains a general description of Cigna’s services and medical cover provided by UNV to its International Volunteers away from headquarters. (...) Furthermore, the treatment or purchase must also be reasonable and customary from a medical point of view. This means, for example, that the number of treatment sessions/days of admission/dosage of medication should be medically justified. (...) In case of a medical emergency, approval can be obtained post factum, on the basis of the same medical criteria.
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Score: 543634.4 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...overage%20IUNV%202020%20EN.pdf
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Cigna Version January 2020 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DESCRIPTION OF MEDICAL COVERAGE UNV NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS YOUR BENEFITSVERVIEW UNV Nationals: Cigna’s services and medical coverages 2/18 January 2020 CONTENT This document contains a general description of Cigna’s services and medical cover provided by UNV to its National Volunteers away from headquarters. (...) Furthermore, the treatment or purchase must also be reasonable and customary from a medical point of view. This means, for example, that the number of treatment sessions/days of admission/dosage of medication should be medically justified. (...) In case of a medical emergency, approval can be obtained post factum, on the basis of the same medical criteria.
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Score: 543634.4 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...overage%20NUNV%202020%20EN.pdf
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Stevan Todorovic   THE APPEALS CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("Appeals Chamber" and "International Tribunal", respectively), NOTING the Amended Notice of Appeal filed by Blagoje Simic ("Appellant") on 22 September 2004, 1 and the Appellant’s Brief filed on 17 June 2004; 2 NOTING that the Appellant in his sixteenth ground of appeal challenges the Trial Chamber’s decision denying him access to medical reports filed confidentially before the Trial Chamber seised of the Todorovic case 3 relating to the psychiatric examination of Stevan Todorovic ("Medical Reports"), a former co-accused who pled guilty and subsequently testified as a witness in the Prosecution’s case against the Appellant; 4 NOTING the Appellant’s Motion for Disclosure, 5 whereby the Appellant requested that the Appeals Chamber obtain and review the Medical Reports on a confidential basis, following which, if satisfied that Stevan Todorovic’s medical condition or medication may have adversely affected his reliability or credibility as a witness, it should, according to the Appellant, refer the Medical Reports to a panel of qualified practitioners and, at the same time, provide the Medical Reports to the Appellant; 6 NOTING that, in his Motion for Disclosure, “the Appellant [was] not seeking to obtain [the Medical Reports] himself on the premise that they may be material for the preparation of the defence, but instead requests that the Appeals Chamber itself obtain the said reports confidentially and examine them in order to assess the merits of the sixteenth ground of appeal"; 7 NOTING further that in the Decision on Motion for Disclosure, the Appeals Chamber held that it was premature to decide whether it needed to consult the Medical Reports for the determination of the Appellant’s sixteenth ground of appeal; 8 NOTING that the Appellant has not been provided with access to the Medical Reports; NOTING that, pursuant to Rule 75(F)(i) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal ("Rules"), "[o]nce protective measures have been ordered in respect of a victim or witness in any proceedings before the Tribunal (the "first proceedings"), such protective measures shall continue to have effect mutatis mutandis in any other proceedings before the Tribunal (the "second proceedings") unless and until they are rescinded, varied or augmented in accordance with the procedure set out in this Rule"; NOTING that, pursuant to Rule 75(G)(ii) of the Rules, if no Chamber remains seised of the first proceedings, the Chamber seised of the second proceedings may rescind, vary or augment the protective measures ordered in the first proceedings; NOTING that, pursuant to Rule 75(H) of the Rules, before determining whether to rescind, vary or augment the protective measures pursuant to Rule 75(G)(ii), the Chamber seised of the second proceedings shall obtain all relevant information from the first proceedings, and shall consult with any Judge who ordered the protective measures in the first proceedings, if that Judge remains a Judge of the International Tribunal; CONSIDERING that, as no Chamber remains seised of the Todorovic case (the first proceedings), the Appeals Chamber, being seised of the Appellant’s case (the second proceedings), may rescind, vary or augment the protective measures ordered in the Todorovic case; CONSIDERING that the Appeals Chamber has obtained all relevant information from the first proceedings and has consulted the only Judge of the Todorovic case who remains a Judge of the International Tribunal, namely Judge Patrick Robinson; CONSIDERING that, pursuant to Rule 54 as read together with Rule 107 of the Rules, the Appeals Chamber may proprio motu issue such orders as may be necessary for the preparation or conduct of the appeal; FINDING that, out of an abundance of caution and for the purpose of being able to fully assess the merits of the Appellant’s sixteenth ground of appeal in the event that the Appeals Chamber were to find that the Trial Chamber erred in denying the Appellant access to the Medical Reports, it is necessary that the Appellant be provided with access to the Medical Reports at this juncture; FINDING further that the Medical Reports "are likely to be of material assistance" in the preparation of the Appellant’s case; 9 EMPHASIZING that whether the Trial Chamber erred in denying the Appellant access to the Medical Reports is an issue on the merits before the Appeals Chamber and that the present order in no way expresses the Appeals Chamber’s view on the Appellant’s sixteenth ground of appeal, which issue will be finally determined in the Appeal Judgement; CONSIDERING that because this order grants access to the Medical Reports, it affects the interests of Stevan Todorovic and therefore it allows him to apply for additional protective measures or redactions; PURSUANT TO Rules 54, 75(G)(ii), 75(H) and 107 of the Rules; HEREBY GRANTS proprio motu the Appellant and his Defence access, subject to the conditions set forth below, to the Medical Reports; ORDERS that: the Prosecution and Stevan Todorovic, as parties to the first proceedings, apply to the Appeals Chamber for additional protective measures or redactions of the Medical Reports, if required, within seven working days of this order; where no additional protective measures or redactions are requested either by the Prosecution or Stevan Todorovic within seven working days, the Registry shall provide the Appellant and his Counsel and any employees who have been instructed or authorised by his Counsel with access to the Medical Reports; where additional protective measures or redactions are requested for the Medical Reports, either by the Prosecution or Stevan Todorovic, the Registry shall withhold the Medical Reports until the Appeals Chamber has issued a decision on the request(s): if the Appeals Chamber denies the request(s), the Registry shall be ordered to provide the Appellant and his Counsel and any employees who have been instructed or authorised by the Counsel with access to the Medical Reports; if the Appeals Chamber grants the request(s), the party or parties applying for redactions shall be ordered to proceed with the authorised redactions and, thereafter, shall provide the redacted Medical Reports to the Registry for provision to the Appellant and his Counsel and any employees who have been instructed or authorised by the Counsel; save for the disclosure granted by this order, the Medical Reports provided by the Registry shall remain subject to any protective measures previously imposed by the Todorovic Trial Chamber; the Appellant, his Counsel and any employees who have been instructed or authorised by Counsel to have access to the Medical Reports shall not, without express leave of the Appeals Chamber based on a finding that it has been sufficiently demonstrated that third-party disclosure is necessary for the preparation of the defence of the Appellant, disclose to any third party the Medical Reports or any parts thereof; if, for the purposes of preparing the defence of the Appellant the Medical Reports or any parts thereof are disclosed to third parties – pursuant to the authorisation of the Appeals Chamber – any person to whom disclosure in this case is made shall be informed that he or she is forbidden to copy, reproduce or publicise, in whole or in part, the Medical Reports or to disclose them to any other person, and further that, if any such person has been provided with the Medical Reports or any parts thereof, he or she must return them to the Defence of the Appellant as soon as they are no longer needed for the preparation of the Appellant’s defence; for the purposes of this paragraph, third parties exclude: (i) the Appellant; (ii) his Counsel; (iii) any employees who have been instructed or authorised by the Appellant’s Counsel to have access to the Medical Reports; and (iv) personnel from the International Tribunal, including members of the Prosecution; if Counsel for the Appellant, or any members of his Defence who are authorised to have access to the Medical Reports should withdraw from the case, any parts of the Medical Reports that are in their possession shall be returned to the Registry of the International Tribunal; and FURTHER ORDERS that: the Appellant’s additional submissions, if any, shall be filed within seven days from the date of receiving the Medical Reports; the Prosecution’s response, if any, shall be filed within five days of the filing of the additional submissions; and the Appellant’s reply, if any, shall be filed within three days of the filing of the Prosecution’s response.  
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Score: 543622.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/todorovic/tord/en/060203.htm
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Microsoft Word - AM_Devices.doc WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Safe Medical Devices AIDE-MEMOIRE for National Medical Device Administrations A medical device can range from a simple wooden tongue depressor or stethoscope to the most sophisticated implants or medical imaging devices. (...) Many countries procure medical devices that may be sub- standard. Some manufacturers of medical devices may also be unaware of minimum standards. (...) Printed July 2002 Key Elements National medical device regulatory or monitoring programme The following diagram provides an overview of the different phases in the life span of a medical device.
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Score: 543509.9 - https://www.who.int/medical_de...lications/en/AM_Devices_EN.pdf
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Where patients are treated in medical facilities with which the UN system has or will conclude a formal arrangement for the provision of medical services, the central fund will be used to pay for medically necessary, reasonable and customary medical costs and expenses for services related to intensive and high dependency treatment of COVID-19; and reasonable additional incidental expenses, such as personal and hygiene items (toothbrush, shower gel) telephone/TV, drinks, newspapers, incurred during intensive and high dependency treatment of COVID-19. (...) Where patients are treated in facilities with which the UN system does not have and will not conclude a formal arrangement for the provision of medical services, your company agrees to pay for all medical services, hospital accommodation costs, and reasonable incidental expenses. (...) Your company shall also be responsible for all costs incurred by any non- medical escort, including the costs of international travel and accommodation for the non-medical escort.
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Score: 543402.25 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...or_covid-19_medevac_system.pdf
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Medical doctor (general), Medical officer (general), Physician (general), General practitioner, Family medical practitioner, Primary health care physician, District medical doctor, Resident medical officer specializing in general practice Occupations included in this category require completion of a university-level degree in basic medical education plus postgraduate clinical training or equivalent. Medical interns who have completed their university education in basic medical education and are undertaking postgraduate clinical training are included here. (...) Medical secretary, Medical office administrative assistant, Hospital ward secretary, Patient care secretary, Medical insurance billing secretary, Medical laboratory secretary, Medical stenographer, Medical transcriptionist, Pathology secretary, Dental secretary Occupations included in this category require basic knowledge of medical terminology and health care delivery procedures as obtained through formal education and/or prolonged on-the-job training.
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Score: 543208.06 - https://www.who.int/hrh/statis...lth_workers_classification.pdf
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This assistance programme will provide expanded protection to deal with medical needs that might arise anywhere across global markets. (...) We PREPARE you… before you travel Medical information • On-call: vaccinations, medical information, etc. • Online: illness, hygiene, quality and level of local healthcare, precautions to take, access to healthcare, primary care, etc. We TAKE CARE of you… whilst abroad Medical Support • On-call advice: medical and emergency advice, Referral to doctors and specialists as well as coordination of treatment with the treating practitioner • Access to International SOS clinics depending on your membership level • Guaranteed payment of medical expenses provided for in your health insurance contract • Email alert in the event of a health risk in a country We ASSIST YOU… in the event of a medical emergency Medical Assistance • Emergency medical evacuation/repatriation • Compassionate visit and family travel assistance • Transportation in the event of death, assistance with legal formalities • Hospital follow-up, control of healthcare expenses https://intlsos.my.salesforce.com/a083000000SlQZR EXAMPLES OF HOW TO USE YOUR ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME When you are on a business trip, International SOS doctors and assistance coordinators are available 24/7 to: We PREPARE YOU… before you travel Find out all you can about the city and country you are travelling to including medical recommendations, required vaccinations, etc. • What medication do you take with you?
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Score: 543193.3 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...mbership_Medical_UN%20Vols.pdf
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