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nonelective

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktɪv)
adj
relating to a position that is appointed and not filled by electionrelating to something that is required or mandatory
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Adj.1.nonelective - filled by appointment rather than by election; "a nonelective office"
appointed, appointive - subject to appointment
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An employer must match each employee's salary reduction contribution dollar-for-dollar up to 3% of the employee' compensation or make a nonelective contribution of 2% of an eligible employee's compensation (up to $275,000 for 2018), regardless of whether the employee makes a salary reduction contribution.
Yes, adding azithromycin to the usual antibiotic protocol in nonelective c-sections reduces infections.
Our second question was whether elective hospital admissions are associated with the same negative cognitive outcomes as nonelective (emergent or urgent) admissions," Dr.
Clark says small plans are more often top-heavy than large plans, so they may have to provide a qualified nonelective contribution (QNEC).
Whether it's the generosity of the sponsor-in terms of crafting matches or nonelective contributions or both; or the plan design elements that recognize the unique participant and employee demographics-such as ensuring mobile delivery for those with no computers beyond their phones or ensuring all employee languages are covered; or looking out for participants who are no longer employees-e.
The vast majority (83%) of plans have employer contributions, 50% of which have employer matching contributions, and 37% of which have employer nonelective contributions.
With the complicated changes of hemodynamics, the chimney technique should not become the "holy grail" of endovascular treatment for extending the proximal landing zone in elective or nonelective patients.
457(b) plans usually permit participation by all eligible employees, whether highly compensated or not, special attention should be given to FICA taxation when employer matching or nonelective contributions are provided, particularly when those contributions are subject to a vesting schedule.
Across the whole of England, 15,396 patients died within 30 days of nonelective surgery in 2012/13.
Nonelective surgical procedures requiring parental consent are exceptional, said Lagman.
Quote: "Work continues on developing a Sustainable, Safe Surgical Nonelective service for the population of North Wales.
There has been "a sharp dedine in direct admissions to the hospital by office-based physicians and an even sharper increase in the number of submissions through the ED: Now, almost one-half of all nonelective admissions go through the ED," the report states.