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payor

, payer (pā'ŏr, -ĕr)
The person paying the bill, satisfying the claim, or settling a financial obligation.

payer,

n in health care, generally refers to entities other than the patient that finance or reimburse the cost of health services. In most cases, this term refers to insurance carriers, other third-party payers, or health plan sponsors (employers or unions).
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En su discurso, Calderon no dio a conocer el motivo por el que no pudo entrevistarse con Paya durante el viaje que realizo a Cuba el 11 y 12 de abril pasado.
They point out that Paya had been threatened in the past, and that last October, Laura Pollan--founder of the Ladies in White, which advocates the release of political prisoners--died in a Cuban hospital after a sudden respiratory illness.
Paya is best-known as the founder of the Varela Project, a campaign to gather signatures in support of a referendum on laws guaranteeing civil rights.
After all, there was a significant difference between Paya and Valdes; the latter was a lay official of the Catholic Church, while Paya was not.
Paya es el primer disidente cubano en 43 anos propuesto para el Premio Nobel de la Paz.
Paya has a unique set of attributes and experiences that perfectly match the opportunities and challenges facing Elan.
Williams, who never received his phone back, was fined pounds 100 and ordered to paya pounds 15 victim surcharge and pounds 15 compensation.
Paya has been working for more than a year on his Dialogo Nacional--a project that foresees bringing down Cuba's existing power structure.
QUETTA, January 14, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Baloch National Front has given a Paya Jam and shutter down strike call in Balochistan today (Friday) against target killings of Balochs in Karachi, operation and arrests of Baloch workers.
Oswaldo Paya, founder of the Varela Project, said Cuban state security agents had visited the homes of activists and tried to persuade them not to take part in the National Dialogue project launched last month.
Opposition leaders reacted with cautious skepticism to a plan being promoted by noted dissident Oswaldo Paya calling on Cubans to help draw up a program for a transitional government and new constitution for the post-Castro era.
Carlos Paya, vice president of Lilly Research Laboratories and leader of Lilly's pulmonary development platform.