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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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Chairman Provincial Zakat Council Justice A(r) Akhtar Hassan stressed upon the department to make foolproof arrangements for in time distribution of approved amount to the deserving persons.
Approval of the competent authority is hereby conveyed for release of 90 per cent of the approved amount in advance.
Deposits and Guarantees required: The Contractor shall provide performance guarantee for 10% of the approved contract amount during the execution of the contract, and 5% of the approved amount Defect notice period.
He informed the meeting that major chunk of the approved amount 6.
The approved amount for Phase II of the alternative road is $298 million, while rehabilitation of the road from Bishkek to Manas airport requires $60 million.
According to Asian Development Bank sustainability report, investing in Asia and the pacific's future it said that the bank approved amount was ten percent higher than previous two years.
The Cash Tap offers SMEs access to credit of up to PS100,000, with the approved amount determined against a batch of invoices agreed by the client.
These projects required the use of an approved amount of surface water to freeze access roads and to drill exploration holes.
The approved amount for the year was set at USD8bn earlier.
The amounts distributed included the approved amount of salaries and allowances, which equals to Dh1.
Half of the approved amount for this ITI has already been released as the first installment to Manipur Government.
PAR physicians agree to take assignment on all Medicare claims, which means that they must accept Medicare's approved amount (which is the 80 percent that Medicare pays plus the 20 percent patient copayment) as payment in full for all covered services for the duration of the calendar year.