reasonable cost

reasonable cost

The amount a third party (usually the medical insurer) will actually reimburse for health care. This amount is based on the cost to the provider for delivering that service.
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The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the planning authority during its public opening hours and submission or observation may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee (20Euros) within the period 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of this application.
Ltd (OMHRC), Chabahil, Kathmandu have signed an agreement to provide quality medical services at reasonable cost to all its accountholders and their direct dependents.
It found that Britons consider PS3 to be the national average reasonable cost of a pint, 60p lower than the actual national average cost.
There is a dire need to deal with the problem on a war footing to ensure that the 20 million souls inhabiting the city get an ample supply of water at a reasonable cost.
The President acknowledged, however, that the production would have to come at a "reasonable cost" and said the government is still in preliminary talks about the idea.
employees and their families with simplified high quality and transparent healthcare at a reasonable cost, she adds.
"They can be built at a reasonable cost and can be designed in such a way that the cat can move around freely and have things to climb on and play around."
The fare, if needed to go up in price, should have been done at reasonable cost. The taxi driver said he had lost trade due to the increase, so he is losing out too.
“We have a true passion for marketing and think high-quality marketing support should be offered at a reasonable cost,” says Jackson.
"[They] are built to offer an efficient experience with fast speeds and high quality images at a reasonable cost," said Raj Varma, general manager of its IT Sales Group.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has pressed the Government for "urgent talks" about a new safety net agreement to ensure householders at a higher flooding risk can continue to take out insurance at a reasonable cost.

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