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payor

Medical practice A company or an agency that purchases health services

payor

, payer (pā'ŏr, -ĕr)
The person paying the bill, satisfying the claim, or settling a financial obligation.
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Payor Logic is a patient receivable and insurance discovery company for emergency medical services (EMS) and other healthcare providers.
If the payor dies, the alimony award becomes a charge against the payor's estate except to the extent that such obligation is covered by life insurance or other security.
For income tax purposes, alimony is deductible by the payor and includible in the gross income of the payee.
"I look forward to meeting industry needs and opening up new opportunities for payors," Peters commented.
The Payor Trust Index was established last year by ReviveHealth and research partner Catalyst Healthcare Research as part of the healthcare marketing communication firm's nine-year annual survey of health system executives' opinions of what it's like to do business with the nation's largest health plans.
The State incentive is a one-time incentive payment of up to $15,000 per payor and is available through December 2016 to eligible primary care practices, including nurse practitioner-led primary care practices.
In that case, the ownership of the assets themselves is listed in the normal way with the payor, so that income is initially reported as taxable to the trust.
In order to get such proof, the alimony payor has to incur legal fees to utilize all available discovery tools, such as interrogatories, requests for admission, subpoena duces tecum, and depositions without any guarantee of successfully getting the needed proof of support.
The key for the party making payment is to obtain a release for everything for which the payor understands is being paid, not less.
At the $20,000 floor, spousal support might push the payor into poverty, and it is rarely ordered.
A payor should ask who will be defining or publishing the new benchmark, how it can be audited and whether it currently exists.
Another item on the "contract checklist" should be to examine your contract and see if it requires you to participate in "all products" that a payor has, or if you may select the products individually.