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payor (payer)

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

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In 2015, the end payor plaintiffs entered into settlements with various defendants totaling $116,394,000.
Payor Logic solutions are used across the healthcare industry by EMS, emergency physicians, DME providers, hospitals, and laboratories.
Combined technology enhances Payor Logic's ability to cut self-pay loss for EMS providers and other emergency services through three proactive, cost-efficient strategies--verifying patient demographics, identifying billable insurance coverage and checking patient propensity to pay.
The statute requires the payee to show a need or an inability to be self-supporting at a standard of living that meets reasonable needs through appropriate employment, and the payor is able to meet his/her own reasonable needs.
Essentially, the current (2017 and prior) rules allow divorced couples to shift taxable income from the payor to the payee.
Peters, most recently vice president of market access and reimbursement at Biogen Inc., will oversee Diplomat's payor and business development strategies, along with sales and pharma account management, and become a member of the specialty pharmacy's executive leadership team.
Urick has served as senior vice president of industry relations, pharmaceutical account management and payor strategy at Diplomat since being promoted to the position in February.
The ReviveHealth Payor Trust Index measured trust based on parameters such as physicians' perspectives on a health plan's efforts to honor its commitments, to honestly and accurately represent itself and its intentions, and to not routinely take advantage of physicians.
(2) In an effort to advance EHR adoption, Maryland established the State-Regulated Payor EHR Adoption Incentive Program (State Incentive Program) in October 2011 for primary care practices that adopt and implement a certified EHR system.
The assets owned by the trust are normally titled so that the earnings are initially reported by the payor (i.e., the brokerage firm, partnership, or, in many cases, an S corporation, etc.) as being taxable to the trust.
The default position should be that permanent alimony ceases when the payor reaches age 65 without the need to go back to court (presuming permanent alimony does not get eliminated altogether in the future).
We know that prudent practice dictates that when payment is made for construction work and/or materials, the party making payment (1) (payor) should obtain a release of payment claims for the work and/or materials being paid.