Additional documented visits during the month result in additional reimbursement
based on a three-tiered schedule.
In addition, Accordis will secure Medicare reimbursement
for Grady Health System for rendering services to a disproportionate number of low-income patients.
If available principal is not sufficient to reimburse these advances in full, the remaining reimbursement
is deferred to the next collection period.
Speltz had prepared a document that explained employees were eligible to receive up to $6,500 a year in medical expense reimbursements
and specified the number of hours they must work to receive them.
as a result of commuting from the employee's home to a meeting venue, such as a client's office, would be taxable to the employee.
62(a)(2)(A) and the regulations to recast an employer's expense reimbursement
payments as compensation to the employee recipients.
The reason for this is clear: When a facility provides high-quality care, the patient's health is better, he or she is discharged sooner, and reimbursement
is reduced accordingly.
About a year ago, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services cut reimbursement
rates for many biotechnology drugs so dramatically that hospitals considered dropping the pricey treatments.
up to a maximum dollar amount for a coverage period; and
Many of them found that they could receive enhanced reimbursements
with the new federal rates and adopted the full phase-in rates immediately.
It may be that profits from outpatient operations can only be realized when costs are falling faster than reimbursements
The ruling concluded that such coverage and reimbursements
are excludible from gross income under Secs.