Health personnel who perform duties which would otherwise have to be performed by physicians, optometrists, dentists, podiatrists, nurses, and chiropractors. Also called paramedical personnel.
Medical care givers who are not in independent practice and are usually under the supervision of a licensed/certified health care professional such as a physician, optometrist, chiropractic physician, dentist, etc.
This term is also referred to as paramedical personnel. An allied health personnel performs tasks normally associated with physicians, dentists, podiatrists, nurses, optometrists or chiropractors.
The following types of employees for which a specific premium is paid: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist Certified Nurse Midwife Certified Nurse Practitioner Dialysis Technician Obstetrical Nurse Orthopedic Technician/Orthopedic Nurse Physician's Assistant Psychologist/Psychotherapist Social Worker
Health care workers specially trained and licensed to assist and support the work of health professionals. This group is designed to include most assistive personnel and technicians, such as behavioral therapy assistants, community health aides, dental assistants, dental hygienists, dental technicians, home health aides, medical record administrators, medication administration aides, nurses' aides, psychiatric aides, operating room technicians, pharmacists' aides, and radiology technicians.