BCBS


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BCBS

Abbreviation for Blue Cross-Blue Shield.
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The BCBSA is a national federation of 36 independent, community-based and locally operated BCBS companies that collectively provide health care coverage for one in three Americans.
In its submission to the BCBS, CIBAFI expressed its appreciation of the work that the BCBS does to maintain sound regulatory practises and highlighted the need for the BCBS to align its work recognising the Islamic financial industry's considerations.
The event has been a long-standing opportunity for BCBS Plans Nationwide to network, collaborate, and strategize with their vendor sponsors and each other, as they plan the future of their IT organizations.
The BCBS 239 standard on risk data aggregation has already come into effect January 1, 2016.
Around the same time, BCBS brought out an extensive document proposing the contours for regulating large bank loans; and after discussing it with central banks, it issued a standard for measuring and controlling large loans in April 2014.
The partnership will provide BCBS customers an end-to-end shared service.
org) national organization for midwives has tried to ascertain the problem in Oklahoma, providing BCBS with all information necessary to prove our safety, our consumer satisfaction and better birth outcomes (lower pre-term delivery rates, higher pre-term birth weights, increased satisfaction, higher breastfeeding rates, lower costs and less medical intervention) These aren't secret statistics.
The EBA's Standards and Guidelines on G-SIIs identification and data disclosure requirements have been developed in accordance with Directive 2013/36/EU (Capital Requirements Directive or CRD IV), and on the basis of internationally agreed standards, including the framework established by the FSB and standards developed by the BCBS.
The report discusses the BCBS system's formation and growth and BCBS companies' common credit strengths and weaknesses, as well as key credit challenges.
New Zealand banks are already well capitalised and this has made it easier for New Zealand to implement the Basel III package ahead of the schedule set by the BCBS," he said.
The BCBS issued the draft of rules on the assessment methodology for global systemically important banks, or G-SIBs, and their additional loss absorbency requirements in November 2011, which was okayed by G-20 leaders at their meeting.
We used BCBS FEP utilization data to identify 100 commonly used drugs, and we considered the brand-name and generic versions to be distinct drugs with distinct levels of utilization.