clearinghouse

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clear·ing·house

(klēr'ing-hows)
A company providing billing services for providers and insurance companies.
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Under the stress tests, all clearinghouses examined by the CFTC and ESMA demonstrated the ability to absorb potential losses resulting from the default of their two largest clearing members under extreme market conditions (referred to as the Cover 2 principle).
The stress test results are consistent with Fitch's view that the credit risk profiles of the largest clearinghouses are very strong, reflecting ample liquidity, robust risk management frameworks, prudent loss allocation procedures (default waterfalls) and a generally supportive regulatory environment.
Clearinghouses handle an estimated 90% of all healthcare claims transactions in the United States.
HIPAA's dual restrictions on healthcare clearinghouses limit the use of this data for any purpose except processing claims.
The deal is intended to give clearinghouses more room for financial management when they deal in euro-denominated securities.
The presenters will describe the current research synthesis practice of the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) as well as several alternative models, including inverse-variance weighted fixed effect and random effects meta-analysis and Bayesian meta-analysis.
Clearinghouses have become a standard response to the failure of troubled financial institutions in 2008.
DERIVATIVES CLEARINGHOUSES' POTENTIAL TO INCREASE SYSTEMIC
To reduce the risk of runs in derivatives markets, regulators around the world are poised to require that derivatives trades be carried out through clearinghouses or exchanges.
European clearinghouse LCH.Clearnet confirmed on Saturday it has received a string of offers from exchange operators interested in pursuing some form of business tie-up but said talks were still at an early stage.
property, clearinghouses facilitate the matching of patent holders and

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