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pay·or

 (pā′ôr)
n.
Variant of payer.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-June 1, 2016-InfuSystem reports two long-term payor agreements for members of two large private insurers
The health care market continues to change, not only with the evolution of the health insurance marketplace but also through the development of accountable care organizations, notes Susan Faust, vice president of new business development and payor strategy at Diplomat Pharmacy.
There is to be a decrease in the amount of family support or spousal support tied to a contingency of a child of the payor parent.
6049-8(a) clarifies that a payor of interest on such a deposit must report the payment on Form 1099 as made to a U.
First, try going through your admissions process as if you were a patient; then try calling your program as a referral source and then as a payor.
More than 170 executives from payor organizations across the country participated in HealthEdge's latest "State of the Payor" industry survey, and they confirmed payors' interest in leveraging and supporting a number of new healthcare business models.
The delivery rule under the original proposed regulations required information reporting for payments delivered to a nonpayee attorney, if, under the circumstances, the payor reasonably believed that the attorney would receive the check for legal services.
Further, these positions should be staffed by clinical professionals who are highly trained to be able to communicate with the referral source, the payor, external case managers, physicians, other clinical team members, the patient and family.
Session based on HealthEdge's most recent "State of the Payor Industry" survey highlighting key business issues facing payors
6041, addressing information reporting requirements for certain payments made on behalf of persons other than the payor, and payments made to joint payees.
HealthEdge[R], provider of the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors, today announced the latest installment in their online video series, "HealthEdge Talks Back," that covers Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), and their impact on the payor market.
931, 932, 933 or 935 will not be subject to reporting on a Form 1099, if the payor reasonably believes that the income is to be paid to a resident of a U.