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reimbursement

 [re″im-bers´ment]
a compensation or paying back; see also payment.
third party reimbursement third party payment.

reimbursement

Managed care Payment by a 3rd party–eg, an insurance company, to a hospital, physician, or other health care provider for services rendered to an insured/beneficiary. See Prospecitve reimbursement, Third-party payer.
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The MSBA has stated it will not reimburse us to renovate the existing building, putting the entire burden on our towns.
Although a 2006 law on depositor protection obliges banks to reimburse depositors in the event of savings being withdrawn with stolen cash cards, it does not provide protection in cases where savings are illicitly pulled out via the Net or with stolen bankbooks.
I hope that the Bill will allow some recognition of this and ensure not only does this situation not recur but there is provision to reimburse [Nexus] the money that had to be found this year in order to implement this scheme.
CMS will reimburse states for their administrative costs.
In exercising this discretion, the trustee distributes $25,000 to G to reimburse G for this $25,000 liability.
Under the new regulations, an employer who has an "actual practice" of making improper pay deductions and fails to reimburse workers for the deductions after receiving a complaint will lose the exemption only for the Lime period during which the improper deductions were made, for employees "in the same job classification" and for employees who work for the same manager responsible for the improper deductions.
When wage bargaining became fragmented and some members serving as assessors on bargaining teams had problems getting paid time to attend negotiations, NZNO extended the policy to reimburse those members for any wages lost.
GAO said DOE policy is not to reimburse legal fees in cases where a "senior manager" of a contractor is found to have acted in bad faith, displayed willful misconduct or failed to exercise prudent business judgment.
In the case of Einstein Academy, however, district superintendents say they are being asked to reimburse Einstein for educating students who have left the cyber school and now attend traditional public schools, or those that are being home schooled and not entitled to public education funds.
Title V-B of NDEA provided $7.5 million per year between 1958 and (about) 1964 to reimburse K-12 counselor education programs and provide stipends for graduate students enrolled in NDEA institutes.
Township of Freehold, Defendant-Respondent, to the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, raised the issue of whether a state law requires a municipality to either provide or reimburse for services to a qualified private community still under construction before road dedication, release of performance bonds, and adoption of an appropriate resolution by the governing body.
Then in 1997, the Commission asked FOCO to reimburse the seed money already granted by the Commission, amounting to some Euro 87,410.23 (including interests).