fee for service


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fee for service

Medtalk adjective Referring to the traditional form of reimbursement for health care services, where a fee is paid to a provider, according to the service performed, by a Pt or a conventional indemnity insurer, after a service is rendered. See Fee schedule. Cf Capitation.
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to provide 24x7 Telephonic Nurse Triage services for the members of the nation's first Medicare+Choice Private Fee For Service Plan.
The MDI capitated contract presently generates revenue of approximately $45,000 per month, exclusive of MRI, bone densitometry and OB ultrasound, which are billed on a fee for services basis.
CONTACT: Judith Maurer of Fee For Service, 800-874-5662/ CO: Fee For Service, Inc.
The new policies are available through Fee For Service and its Fee Insurance Alliance (FIA), a nationwide network of insurance and financial planners, CPAs and attorneys.
Since 1983, Fee For Service has saved consumers millions of dollars in annual premiums through its low-load life insurance policies.
Clinton's academic experts are convinced that a reformed, and more efficient, fee-for-service system should not be put in place because enrollees might choose fee for service over managed care.
Currently, competition in the individual Medicare market comes from traditional Medicare supplement companies, as well as companies offering private fee for service (PFFS) products and/or the new MedAdvantage plans.
Help-U-Sell was founded in 1976 and is the original and largest fee for services rendered real estate franchise in North America which offers the consumer a wide menu of professional services and fees.
21, 1998--Abele Owners' Network, America's original and largest Internet registry and information service of homes for sale by owner, today announced its partnership with Help-U-Sell, the original and largest fee for services rendered real estate franchise in North America.