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nonelective

adjective Referring to an unplanned hospital admission—i.e., emergency or urgent—which was not previously arranged.
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As set forth in further detail below, the ruling provides specific criteria that the IRS found relevant in approving the proposed nonelective contribution.
On the other hand, we found variables such as insurance type, elective vs nonelective surgery, and prior ED visits to be associated with the occurrence of a postoperative ED visit.
A 401(k) plan can be designed so that employees' ownership in employer matching or nonelective contributions becomes vested over time, subject to a vesting schedule.
If the nonelective patient group is considered, the hospital should respond to this emergency as soon as possible.
GBTM (BIC -34269, AIC -34185) classified the patient population into 5 subgroups based on their nonelective readmissions: low-impact (Group 2, n = 8315, 71.7%), 2 intermediate groups (Group 3, n = 1294, 13.9%; Group 1, n = 346, 4.2%), short-term high-impact (Group 4, n = 716, 8.9%), and chronic high-impact (Group 5, n = 130, 1.3%) (Figure 3).
This study evaluated the use of azithromycin adjunctive therapy, in addition to standard antibiotic prophylaxis, to reduce the risk of postoperative infections in women receiving nonelective c-sections.
457(b) plans usually permit participation by all eligible employees, whether highly compensated or not, special attention should be given to FICA taxation when employer matching or nonelective contributions are provided, particularly when those contributions are subject to a vesting schedule.
There has been "a sharp dedine in direct admissions to the hospital by office-based physicians and an even sharper increase in the number of submissions through the ED: Now, almost one-half of all nonelective admissions go through the ED," the report states.
Although it would be disastrous even for a moment to believe that the country could be run without bureaucrats, it is ironical that in spite of the knowledge that the bureaucracy is a body of nonelective government officials which is meant to implement the policies of the elected government, we are in a hurry to blame bureaucratic corruption for all the nation's woes.
By contrast, matching contributions and nonelective contributions are excluded from wages for purposes of Social Security tax and federal unemployment tax; they are not subject to FICA or FUTA withholding.
This was driven by a 4.9-fold increased death risk in SLE patients undergoing nonelective THR or TKR, typically because of a fracture.
There was also a decrease in PCI volume in late 2007 among patients in the AMI and Other Diagnosis, Nonelective group.