retrospective payment

ret·ro·spec·tive pay·ment

(ret'rō-spek'tiv pā'mĕnt)
A payment made after an action has happened or therapy provided such as in fee-for-service reimbursement.
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This break in the chain of causation made it impossible for Ms Doyle to recover a retrospective payment equivalent to her sick pay as part of her compensation for her discrimination," he said in his judgment.
However, by Friday it was reported that fuel may be resumed with no retrospective payment imminently due.
Another reason for operations suspension was that the Egyptian General Petroleum Cooperation (EGPC) had halted diesel supply to the company due to its refusal to pay what Centamin described as, "an illegal retrospective payment of EGP 403 million for fuel delivered between December 2009 and January 2012.
Symeonidou said if a charity shop fails to register for VAT, it is liable to "late registration penalty, late submission of tax returns, retrospective payment of VAT on sales that should have been declared, interest and a penalty of 10 per cent on tax due, as any other taxable person.
The acceleration in second quarter coincided with the retrospective payment of pay hikes in the government sector in June.
The agreement also calls for ensuring the right of all contract workers to take the EDL examination in order to qualify for full-time employment; to receive a retirement pension if they fail the exam and wish to quit; and to be awarded the retrospective payment of their salaries for the past three months.
TC3's leading fraud, waste and abuse and clinical code editing capabilities further bolster Emdeon's comprehensive suite of prospective and retrospective payment integrity solutions.
There will also be a lump sum retrospective payment - the Olympics can proceed without hindrance.
For example, under some of the retrospective payment models, CMS and the providers would agree on a target payment amount for the episode of care and providers would be paid under the original Medicare fee-for-service system, but at a negotiated discount of 2%-3% or greater.
Dismayed_of_Dalton is quite clear about it: "Will Kirklees be making a retrospective payment to all the shops, offices and factories that have installed CCTV at their own cost to protect staff, goods and premises from crime?
In contrast, CMS employs an array of retrospective payment safeguard activities that occur in the post-delivery phase of monitoring services and are focused on identifying medical claims that do not meet certain billing criteria.
The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 replaced the retrospective payment system with per resident, per day reimbursement, dramatically changing the purchasing and reimbursement process in the long-term care world.