Other Speciality Pharmacy - Compounding Pharmacy Other Taxonomy 3336C0004X Other Type Suppliers Definition. Provider's Other Legacy Identifiers: Identifier Identifier Type Identifier State Identifier Issuer 00364977A Medicaid GA 2015895 Other PK. A facility used by pharmacists for the compounding and dispensing of medicinal preparations and other associated professional and administrative services.
A pharmacy is a facility whose primary function is to store, prepare and legally dispense prescription drugs under the professional supervision of a licensed pharmacist. It meets any licensing or certification standards set forth by the jurisdiction where it is located. Mail Order Pharmacy A pharmacy which uses common carriers to deliver the medications to patient or their caregivers. Mail order pharmacies counsel patients and caregivers (sometimes independent of the dispensing process) through telephone or email contact and provide other professional services associated with pharmaceutical care appropriate to the setting. Mail order pharmacies are licensed as a Mail Order Pharmacy in the state where they are located and may also be licensed or registered as nonresident pharmacies in other states. Non-Pharmacy Dispensing Site A site other than a pharmacy that dispenses medicinal preparations under the supervision of a physician to patients for self-administration. physician offices, ER, Urgent Care Centers, Rural Health Facilities, etc.) Specialty Pharmacy A pharmacy that dispenses generally low volume and high cost medicinal preparations to patients who are undergoing intensive therapies for illnesses that are generally chronic, complex and potentially life threatening. Often these therapies require specialized delivery and administration. : The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a unique identification number for covered health care providers.
The NPI is a 10-position, intelligence-free numeric identifier (10-digit number). This means that the numbers do not carry other information about healthcare providers, such as the state in which they live or their medical specialty. The NPI must be used in lieu of legacy provider identifiers in the HIPAA standards transactions. Covered health care providers and all health plans and health care clearinghouses must use the NPIs in the administrative and financial transactions adopted under HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). We're sorry for the inconvenience but something about your request was flagged. Please verify that you are not a robot and you will be permitted through. Requestor IP: 18.104.22.168 Error Ray ID: 5a845810baee8d51. If this is a persistent problem, please email [email protected] at MINDBODY and include the IP address and Ray ID above. We'll help you troubleshoot the issue as soon as we are able. NOTE: Please avoid emailing screenshots of this error page. For accurate and efficient help, simply select and copy the IP and Ray ID text. A combination of grapefruit, sweet orange, mandarin, lemon and lime. A combination of mandarin, lavender, ylang ylang, with dried rose petals added to the salt. A combination of tea tree, lemongrass, ginger, and ylang ylang. Or create your own glow from a variety of essential oils. Experience a luxurious massage with your choice of healing essential oils. You will then be pampered by a wrap of hot linens infused with detoxifying herbs and green tea. While the oils and herbs work to cleanse toxins, hydrate your skin and relax your body, you will receive a gentle head, neck and facial massage. The treatment ends with a hot towel cleanse leaving you feeling renewed and pure. The word, Reiki, is a combination of two Japanese words: Rei, which means, "a higher power's wisdom," and Ki, which is the energy of life force. This healing technique is based on the principal that the Reiki practitioner acts as a channel of energy exchange for the client by means of hand placement and light touch, to activate the natural healing process of the client's body and restore physical and emotional well-being. (LEX 18) – In another blow to the Kentucky Teachers Retirement System, one of their properties is going under. Lucky’s Market will close after two years of business. The grocery store’s building, located on Virginia Avenue and South Broadway, had previously been home to a Winn-Dixie and an E.W. Fayette County PVA confirmed that the property was owned by the teachers’ organization.
The store’s hours will decrease beginning May 6 from 10 a.m. Lucky’s specialized in fresh and natural foods, much like Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
After a little more than two years in business, Lucky’s Market will close its Lexington location at 1030 South Broadway on May 26, the company announced. The store, billed as a natural and organic grocery store, opened in January 2016 in the South Broadway Marketplace off Virginia Avenue as the franchise’s 16th location. The company marketed itself as a lower-cost alternative for organic foods than competitors such as Whole Foods, which moved its Lexington store into a larger location at the newly developed Summit at Fritz Farm last June. In Lucky's café area, patrons can choose among five local beers on tap and use a cart with a cupholder to “sip and stroll” – an official designation.