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Median serum creatinine concentrations in adults were 183.2 (84.8-204.5) [micro]mol/L by HPLC, 173.8 (72.3-207.7) [micro]mol/L by the enzymatic assay, 178.2 (89.1-213.7) [micro]mol/L by the uncompensated Jaffe method, and 174.7 (71.6-207.3) [micro]mol/L by the compensated Jaffe method.
Some teaching hospitals receive federal funds for uncompensated care, paid through the 'disproportionate share hospital funding" (DSH).
Uncompensated and Compensated Inverse Demand Systems and Duality Results
He asked chiefs to engage the elders to see how the uncompensated cases will be resolved.
Of hospitals receiving DSH payments in 2014, costs related to care for the uninsured comprised 68 percent of total uncompensated care costs.
Several provisions within the Affordable Care Act (ACA) aimed to reduce the amount of uncompensated care provided by hospitals.
In 2018, the hospital's uncompensated costs were more than $6.5 million, the most ever, Street said.
Details to be worked out include how the money would be divided equitably among clinics in rural and urban areas and what would happen to any money not needed by clinics to recover costs of providing uncompensated care.
At the same time, the annual cost in Maryland of uncompensated care fell from about $1 billion to $700 million, while more than 400,000 Marylanders received insurance.
Pointing out that privatisation of public sector banks is not panacea for all ills, former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan Friday made a case for reduction of uncompensated mandates like lending targets and pushing government schemes through branches of state-owned lenders.
That year, more than $700 million in so-called uncompensated care was provided totaling 8 percent of total operating budgets for hospitals statewide.
The documentary Student Athlete is an examination of the complex rules of amateur athletics in America and how they affect uncompensated athletes and their families.