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payor (payer)

n. The one who must make payment on a promissory note.

See: transferor
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Infusion pumps company InfuSystem Holdings (NYSE MKT:INFU) revealed on Wednesday that it has entered into long-term payor agreements with a private insurance carriers and with a Midwest-based regional carrier for convenient and affordable in-network access to its services via national, regional and local payor networks.
Part of her responsibilities include assisting in Diplomat's efforts to support payor partnerships that will create and implement initiatives in a cost-effective manner for the specialty market.
Here, only $3,000 is potentially considered alimony, as the $2,000 is child support for tax purposes and not deductible by payor or taxable to recipient.
Sounds like the perfect partnership--but how do you introduce managed care payors to your subacute program?
A payor includes a person who pays a settlement amount to an attorney of a client who has asserted a tort, contract, violation of law or workers' compensation claim against that person and the person's insurer, if the insurer pays the settlement amount to the attorney.
Case managers as the reference point will enhance marketing efforts by creating relationships with referral and payor sources and thereby encouraging repeat business.
The proposed regulations have been subject to sharp criticism by the payor community for a variety of reasons, including:
payor will not be required to report income paid for services on Form 1099 (and, therefore, the income will not be subject to potential backup withholding) if: