date of service


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date of ser·vice

(DOS) (dāt sĕr'vis)
In health care finance, the day when a therapy was initially provided; often of great importance in verifying charges covered with a third-party payer.
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For example, when measuring timeliness, the average time frame for date of service to claim submission ranged from 8.
Each certified Honda and Acura pre-owned vehicle is covered by a comprehensive 12 month/12,000 mile, no-deductible limited warranty over and above any remaining new-car warranties still in effect and a 7 year/100,000 mile power-train warranty from the original date of service.
by nursing unit, date of service, DRG, age, ethnicity, physician, etc.
This new capability allows doctors and hospitals to completely process a claim on the date of service," said Patrick J.
It assures that we can offer the finest services available to meet our customers' desired date of service installation while fulfilling their growing need for high speed internet access," said Chuck Piluso, founder and President of North American Telecom.
All liabilities incurred prior to the effective date of the management agreement, including claims for date of service prior to such effective date, shall be solely borne by HealthEase.
The incident bundles are valid during the 12-month period that begins with the date of service registration.
The Medical Center's outpatient receivables, aged 45 days from date of service, will be automatically turned over to CIS Technologies electronically for off-site completion of all follow-up.
duration of contracts:: -From the date of service of the order to 31 August 2013 for lots 1-3 and 7,: -From the date of the service order at August 31, 2014 for lots No.
RAWALPINDI, November 22, 2009 (Frontier Star): Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif rejected the applications of political personalities to extend the date of services of girl's college principals.