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approved charge

The money paid by Medicare (US) to a healthcare provider which it deems “reasonable and customary” for a particular covered medical service in a particular region, typically less than the actual charge.

approved charge

Health insurance The monies paid under Medicare as the maximum fee for a covered service
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In October, a federal grand jury approved charges on former Trump aides.
The clause relates to 'offices of complaints regarding over-billing etc', the authority may establish district-level complaint offices to hear and decide complaints regarding over-billing, non-compliance of instruction respecting metering and collection of approved charges, disconnection in case of non-payment of charges, electric power theft and use of energy for purposes other than for which it was supplied'.
It would empower Nepra to establish district-level complaint offices to hear and decide on complaints regarding overbilling, non-compliance of instructions respecting metering and collection of approved charges, disconnection in case of non-payment of charges, electric power theft, and use of energy for purposes other than for which it was supplied.
The HA's car park charges are reviewed annually and the approved charges will take effect from January 1 of the following year.
Presiding over the Board meeting to review administration matters, the meeting approved charges on those putting construction material on roads and streets, which hinders flow of traffic and irritates the residents.
They also approved charges for care alarms which will mean a PS1m boost to council coffers.
The Maritime Port Authority (MPA) of El Salvador has approved charges for this service, while Costa Rica adapts some rules to facilitate the transaction.
It added that approved charges remained the same within 2013.
4 billion in approved charges for services provided to 10,385,355 Part B fee-for-service beneficiaries.
Medicare pays 80% of the balance of the approved charges (50% generally for out-of-hospital psychiatric services) over the annual deductible.
Services of independent physical therapists are limited to a maximum of $1,840 (in 2010) in approved charges in any one year.