MUP

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MUPMelbourne University Publishing (Australia)
MUPMaster Update Processor
MUPManchester University Press (UK)
MUPMaster of Urban Planning
MUPMultiple UNC Provider
MUPMedically Underserved Population
MUPMixed Use Project (zoning)
MUPMaster Use Permit (construction)
MUPmajor urinary protein
MUPMashup (web application that combines content from more than one source )
MUPMovimiento de Unidad Popular (Spanish)
MUPMotor Unit Potential
MUPMulti-Use Path
MUPMission to Unreached Peoples (Seattle, WA)
MUPManchester United Portugal (sporting club)
MUPManufacturing Use Product (EPA)
MUPMan Utd People (Manchester United fan forum)
MUPMajor University Presenters (performing arts consortium)
MUPMichigan's Upper Peninsula
MUPModify User Password
MUPMobile Update Package
MUPMultiple Use Pathway (various locations)
MUPManual Unpacking
MUPMillersville University of Pennsylvania
MUPMovimento para a Mobilização e Unidade dos Professores
MUPMissouri Union Presbytery
MUPMinistarstvo Unutrasnih Poslova (ministry of internal affairs - Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia)
MUPMobile Upload
MUPMaster Update Program
MUPMultiple User Personality (message boards)
MUPMost Urgent Packet
MUPMetrics Utilization Plan
MUPMethyl Umbelliferone Phosphate
MUPMusashino University Press (Musashino, Japan)
MUPMartin's Unit=Power (hip hop group; Haiti)
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based on income level or other factors) may still not be able to access necessary services; recognizing such demographic groups as medically underserved populations could help acknowledge this problem.
Second, the community health center must serve, at least in part, a designated medically underserved area or medically underserved population.
Furthermore, survey research shows that these medically underserved populations are found in each state, although the proportionate distribution varies by state and to some extent by region.
Unfortunately, people with intellectual disabilities are still not officially considered a medically underserved population, despite the overwhelming evidence that they should be.
Rural areas are often identified as medically underserved areas (MUAs) and medically underserved populations (MUPs) and have a disproportionate burden of health disparities.
Rural areas are more likely to lack adequate primary care and mental health care services, and all of Alabama's 67 counties are designated as medically underserved areas (MU A) or contain medically underserved populations (MUP) (HRSA, 2016).
According to Cancer Health Disparities published by the National Cancer Institute, individuals from medically underserved populations are more likely to be diagnosed with late-stage diseases that might have been treated more effectively or even cured if diagnosed earlier.
The funds will be used by Memorial University Medical Center for a programme serving low-income and medically underserved populations, educate them to recognize the early symptoms of the disease, provide individual counseling for pediatric patients and their families, daily diabetes management education, raise awareness of the disease as well as provide a greater understanding of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
The bill would require that community pharmacies in medically underserved areas (MUAs), medically underserved populations (MUPs) and health professional shortage areas (HPSAs) be allowed to participate in Part D preferred pharmacy networks if they are willing to accept the contract terms and conditions of current preferred providers.
working to strengthen our nation's health professional workforce" and has improved access to high-quality care for medically underserved populations, APHA said.
Health Services research has shown that minority health professionals are more likely to serve minority and medically underserved populations.
In practice settings other than hospital facility-based practices and practices serving medically underserved populations, the physician may delegate to seven APRNs or PAs or their full time equivalents.
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