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reimbursement

noun compensation, damages, disbursement, giving back, indemnification, paying back, payment, rebate, recompense, redress, refund, remuneration, reparation, repayment, replacement, restitution, restoration
Foreign phrases: Frustra petis quod statim alteri reddere cogeris.You ask in vain that which you will immediately be compelled to restore to another.
See also: collection, commission, compensation, consideration, contribution, damages, disbursement, discharge, fee, honorarium, indemnification, indemnity, pay, payment, recompense
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Reportedly, Haute Autorite de Sante (HAS), the French health technology assessment institute, has given an initial positive opinion regarding use of OssDsign's unique product for cranioplasty to be covered by the French national reimbursement system.
Louisiana VA OKs Insurance License Exam Fee Reimbursement for Veterans
The applicants submit clams of reimbursement of fee twice a year on completion two semesters of their children.
"We are extremely excited about the acquisition of Reimbursement Strategies LLC, a long-time trusted partner of NAMSA," commented Christopher Rupp, vice president of global marketing and commercial operations of NAMSA.
BESLER plans to leverage the combined reimbursement and software development expertise to deploy a fully integrated reimbursement technology platform that will help hospitals maintain compliance, reduce manual processes, and achieve accurate reimbursement.
'National Assembly did not approve any reimbursement for four States (Bauchi, Delta, Kogi and Taraba) whereas Federal Executive Council had approved reimbursements for them and note that the amounts approved by the National Assembly for reimbursement to 21 states are higher than the amounts approved by Federal Executive Council for reimbursement to 25 states.
In 2005-06, the reimbursement $1070.418m was higher than the claim $1,001.800m, as it was in 2006-07 when Pakistan claimed $1,115.620m and received $1,240.899m.
Ohio NHs were categorized based on their anticipated change in reimbursement under a new reimbursement system initiated in 2006.
The reimbursement caps would be adjusted for inflation.
reimbursement, hospitalist, Affordable Care Act, Medicaid expansion, inpatient encounters
The private payers have been just as busy as CMS in targeting reimbursement for the private practice.
The stand by for consultant doctors reimbursement is granted at the rate of 1% from basic salary for each day the doctor works outside official working hours to follow up the status of patients and for keeping the doctor connected with the work to provide therapeutic consultancy