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The following are not covered services: • Non-emergency care in a hospital emergency room Foot orthotic devices Covered services include a mechanical device, ordered by your physician, to support or brace weak or ineffective joints or muscles of the foot. Habilitation therapy services Habilitation therapy services help you keep, learn or improve skills and functioning for daily living (e.g. therapy for a child who isn’t walking or talking at the expected age). (...) Short-term physical, speech, and occupational therapy provided in the home are subject to the same conditions and limitations imposed on therapy provided outside the home. See Rehabilitation services and Habilitation therapy services in this section and the schedule of benefits.
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Score: 1450524.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/mdrxbk20sf-02.pdf
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Physiotherapy, kinesitherapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, etiopathy, occupational therapy (ergotherapy), diathermy, ultrasounds, infrared, hydrotherapy, inhalations, fangotherapy. 80% max. CHF 70.- per session yes as from the thirty-first session no Acupuncture and mesotherapeutic treatments for functional rehabilitation performed by the treating physician are reimbursed under the same conditions as for functional rehabilitation treatments. 18. Psychiatric treatments : In case patient is hospitalized in a specialized department, prior authorization from the Medical Adviser is not required. Note : • In the case the insured person is younger than 18 years, there is no limit on the number of treatment sessions. a) Psychiatric or medico-psychological examination 80% once per year yes yes 26 Benefits Conditions of reimbursement Application of supplementary plan Prior authorization Other conditions 18.
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Score: 1449622.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/careers/Documents/annex3.pdf
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE : CHANGE IN PREMIUMS AND BENEFITS
(c) Hearing aids 80 7 500 Per year in a three-year period (calendar years). (d) Psychiatric treatment and psychotherapy (i) Psychiatric treatment 80 If performed by a psychiatrist. (...) Maximum amount Basic reimbursed coverage (if applicable) Benefits (percentage) (schillings) Remarks (f) Convalescence and spa cures Medically prescribed convalescence in a medical or rehabilitation centre within one week following hospitalization is reimbursed as hospitalization. (i) Therapy 80 If prescribed by a physician. (ii) Accommodation 200 If prescribed by a physician for a specified therapy at a registered spa institution and subject per day to prior approval by the insurer. (...) Maximum amount Basic reimbursed coverage (if applicable) Benefits (percentage) (schillings) Remarks (ii) Neural therapy, ozone 50 Treatment must be performed by a physician or prescribed by a physician and carried out therapy and chiropractical by recognized paramedical personnel. therapy Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon-hydro therapy, hypnosis therapy, music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu and Kneipptherapie (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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Score: 1439102.1 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...GET?OPEN&DS=ODCCP/INF.8&LANG=E
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE : CHANGES IN PREMIUM AND BENEFITS
A prescription, as well as an audiogram, is required. (d) Psychiatric treatment and psychotherapy (i) Psychiatric treatment 80 If performed by a psychiatrist. (...) (f) Convalescence and spa cures Medically prescribed convalescence in a medical or rehabilitation centre within one week following hospitalization is reimbursed as hospitalization. (i) Therapy 80 If prescribed by a physician. (ii) Accommodation 200 If prescribed by a physician for a specified therapy at a registered spa institution and per day subject to prior approval by the insurer. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone 50 Treatment must be performed by a physician or prescribed by a physician and carried therapy and chiropractical out by recognized paramedical personnel. therapy Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon-hydro therapy, hypnosis therapy, Fussreflexzonen-massage, music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu and Kneipptherapie (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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Score: 1429576.2 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...ET?OPEN&DS=ODCCP/INF.63&LANG=E
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An occupational therapist recommended sensory integration and speech therapy for the child. To gain more knowledge about autism, Ms. (...) There is the Son-Rise home-based program for children with ASD and other developmental disabilities, and applied behaviour analysis, a therapy that focuses on improvement in specific areas, such as communication, social skills and academics. However, this therapy is not universally recognized. Several Kenyan autism organizations regularly organise seminars and workshops on health and nutrition, sexuality, early intervention, law and taxation.
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Score: 1424129.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew.../bringing-hope-children-autism
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WRITTEN REPLIES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY TO THE LIST OF ISSUES (CAT/C/DEU/Q/5) TO BE TAKEN UP IN CONNECTION WITH THE CONSIDERATION OF THE 5TH PERIODIC REPORT OF GERMANY (CAT/C/DEU/5)
The NPM also looks to develop contacts with the psychiatric commissions existing in each of the Länder. (...) If any such risk is detected, detainees will receive psychological or psychiatric support either by the facility’s own medical staff or by external CAT/C/DEU/Q/5/Add.1 12 medical experts. (...) In addition, the reports of the CPT regarding psychiatric institutions are analysed and implemented. 69.
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The following are not covered services: • Non-emergency care in a hospital emergency room Foot orthotic devices Covered services include a mechanical device, ordered by your physician, to support or brace weak or ineffective joints or muscles of the foot. Habilitation therapy services Habilitation therapy services help you keep, learn or improve skills and functioning for daily living (e.g. therapy for a child who isn’t walking or talking at the expected age). (...) Short-term physical, speech, and occupational therapy provided in the home are subject to the same conditions and limitations imposed on therapy provided outside the home. See Rehabilitation services and Habilitation therapy services in this section and the schedule of benefits.
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Score: 1418904.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/mdrxbk20sf-01.pdf
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ELECTION OF 5 MEMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD FROM AMONG CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
“Comparatively preserved impulse control in late-onset opiate users”, in Psychopharmacology (Berl); vol. 230, No. 3 (2013), pp. 499-505; Sharma, V. and Abou-Saleh, M.T. and others, “The Global Mental Health Assessment Tool: validation of the Arabic version in Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal vol. 19, No. 11, pp. 905-908; Kronfol, Z. and Abou-Saleh, M.T., “The State of Psychiatry in the Arab Middle East, in Psychiatric Times (2015); Bener, A., Abou-Saleh, M.T., Dafeeah, E.E., Bhugra, D. (2015); “The prevalence and burden of psychiatric disorders in primary health care visits in Qatar: too little time?” (...) “The impact of opioid substitution therapy on mortality post-release from prison: Retrospective data linkage study”, Addiction, 109, 1306-1317; Mattick, R.P., Kimber, J., Breen, C. and Davoli, M (...) B., Rahgozar, M., Alaghebandrad, J., Amini, H., Razzaghi, E.M., Mesgarpour, B., Soori, H., Mohammadi, M., “An epidemiological survey of psychiatric disorders in Iran”, Clinical Practice and Epidemiology in Mental Health , 1:16, (2005); Razzaghi, E.
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Score: 1417706.25 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=E/2016/9/ADD.13&Lang=E
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SECOND BIENNIAL REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OUTCOME OF THE 20TH SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEVOTED TO COUNTERING THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM TOGETHER : REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR : ADDENDUM
E/CN.7/2003/2/Add.1 15 19. Drug substitution therapy is widely used in the management of opioid dependence (opioid substitution treatment, opioid replacement therapy, opioid pharmacotherapy). For the sake of clarity, the question excludes short-term drug therapies intended for detoxification. Like the questionnaire for the baseline (or first) reporting period, the questionnaire for the second reporting period yielded data on the provision of substitution therapy that were broadly similar in pattern to those found for detoxification, though with somewhat lower coverage. (...) In addition, El Salvador noted the contribution of psychotherapy and group therapy, and Australia highlighted the comprehensive range of responses offered.
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Score: 1416563.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.7/2003/2/ADD.1&Lang=E
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PUBLIC MEETING: THURSDAY, 31 OCTOBER 2013 - PM
Detainees with psychosocial disorders received specialized treatment and occupational therapy in separate wards. No detainees were subject to castration, but chemical castration could form part of dangerous sex offenders’ rehabilitation therapy. 23. (...) Sałapa (Poland) said that there were six psychiatric wards in Polish prisons, which were used mainly for psychiatric observation of detainees during preliminary proceedings. (...) However, the treatments prescribed in prison wards that dealt with prisoners who exhibited sexual disorders did not include pharmacological therapy but relied on psychotherapy and cognitive and behavioural therapies. 47.
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Score: 1412929.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=CAT/C/SR.1177&Lang=E
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