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bil·la·ble

(bil'ă-bĕl)
Denotes those procedures or therapies for which the health care professional or facility may expect compensation from the party legally responsible.
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Survey Shows Law Firms May Be 'Losing' Up to One Third of Potential Billable Hours
5 million in property taxes on the added billable assessed value alone.
6 percent of the city's billable tax assessments, increased .
Health and educational facilities had billable assessments rise by 11.
The roll announced this week is expected to stay flat, remaining in the $75 billion to $77 billion billable range.
Streamlining the capture of billable time and expenses and enabling rapid and accurate customer billing for hourly, fixed bid, or retainer-based projects is crucial for professional services organizations," said Bobby Napiltonia, senior vice president, worldwide channels and alliances, salesforce.
Taxes for fiscal year 1994 were based on the roll that was released last May with billable assessments of $78.
the leading provider of on-demand Professional Services Automation (PSA) solutions for billable services organizations, today announced the availability of its Spring '06 product release.
But because of the transitional assessment mechanism, by which changes in actual assessment are phased in over five years, billable assessments only first declined last year - and by a meager percentage at that.
According to CIO Paul Bromwell of Frost Brown Todd (FBT), Citrix GoToMyPC Corporate delivers the ease of use, security and speed that is translating into significant additional revenue and billable productivity.
4 percent decline in billable assessments, and assessments should have come down much more.
RxCodeCheck is designed to validate codes, issue alerts and link to reference content in order to help payers and providers quickly check the prescribed drug against medical coverage policies and confirm if billable under Part B (through Medicare) or alternatively, determine if the drug is now payable by new Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) sponsors.