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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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Missoula County will receive a grant on behalf of Advanced Technology Group (ATG) Inc., which estimates it will create 34 jobs and will be reimbursed up to $255,000.
A spokesman for the force said: "The pounds 11,460 will be reimbursed by the Treasury whilst the points incurred will be scrapped by the DVLA.
Therefore, their costs should be reimbursed without regard to ordinary payroll coverage.
At the end of July, Dyankov said that the NRA had reimbursed 160 million leva out of the 600 million leva blocked at that point.
Currently, EU citizens get reimbursed for urgent treatment anywhere in the 27-nation bloc on condition they contribute to a health insurance scheme at home.
I just hope that there is some mechanism for Tyne and Wear to be reimbursed. They haven't come up with the goods in the past, but all power to David Clelland for what he's trying to do.
A properly documented (substantiated) business-purpose travel and lodging activity, whether reimbursed or occurring at a corporate apartment, would have the same result--it would not affect the staff's personal income tax situation (i.e., it is not taxable compensation to them).
The NP was reimbursed for 287 encounters and received $11,605 (average payment: $40).
That, the RMA said, is "due to the lack of consistent and appropriate price data." When determining a base price upon which farmers are reimbursed for their crops, the RMA typically uses commodities prices.
Trustees are reimbursed for travel expenses and are not compensated for their time.
A RYANAIR spokeswoman claimed that all passengers had been told that reasonable travel expenses would be reimbursed.
At the end of January, officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that they would begin a demonstration project that will allow them to ensure that states are fully reimbursed for their costs from the first date the state paid claims until Feb.