payment rate


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Noun1.payment rate - the amount of money paid out per unit time
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
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The payment rate has been on the downtrend since peaking at 85.7 percent in fiscal 1992.
A primary base payment rate for each test that takes into account the value of lab testing in patient care management and potential cost savings to the Medicare program, as well as industry-wide clinical practice expenses, including liability costs and the expense of collecting and transporting specimens;
The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing announces payment rate increases for provider services that take place effective July 1, 2008.
Because that decrease for next year would mostly be offset by the proposed Medicare payment rate update of 3.1%, yielding $710 million in increased payments to SNFs.
It also objected that the bill would increase the payment rate for the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program and increase the quantity of milk that is eligible to receive MILC payments.
* analyzing the CF/SGR method and its data components to identify trends in both the Medicare CF payment rate and its components;
It gives a low initial payment rate of 4.35 per cent with redemption penalties that only last 12 months and are pounds 200 plus three months interest.
But the top performer Devon and Cornwall achieved a payment rate of 126 per cent by clearing up a backlog of previous unpaid fines while Dorset comes lowest with just 62 per cent.
Only 78 of the 345 local authorities with the power to issue fixed-penalty notices achieved a payment rate of more than 75 per cent last year.
CMS's monetary distribution amount under the MSA program in the majority of cases was exactly the same amount as paying the monthly individually adjusted payment rate that was paid to M+COs for M+C plans.
This gives an excellent, low initial payment rate of 3.95% although it isn't for very long.
Furthermore, with the establishment of a procedure code and reimbursement payment rate for catheter treatment of more than one refluxing vein in a leg, physicians who devote time to thoroughly treating multiple sources of venous reflux will be compensated for the time they give to their patients."

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