(a) “Advisory committee” means the medical advisory committee to the breast and cervical
cancer detection and education program coalition established pursuant to the provisions
of section five of this article.
(b) “Approved organization” means an organization approved by the director to provide
medical services under section four of this article.
(c) “Bureau” means the state bureau of public health established pursuant to the provisions
of article one of this chapter.
(d) “Department” means the department of health and human resources.
(e) “Director” means the director of the division of health.
(f) “Unserved or underserved populations” means persons having inadequate access and
financial resources to obtain breast and cervical cancer screening and detection services,
including persons who lack health insurance or whose health insurance coverage does
not cover these services.
(g) “Fund” means the breast and cervical cancer diagnostic and treatment fund.
(h) “Qualified applicant” means a person who meets the financial and medical eligibility
guidelines of this article.
(i) “Provider” means a physician, hospital or medical provider currently licensed,
operating or practicing in this state.
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