self-pay

self-pay

noun A popular term for a person who pays out of pocket for a health-related service in absence of insurance to cover the medical or surgical procedure performed.
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30, SiriusXM's number of self-pay subscribers increased by 6% from Q3 2016, to 26.
SELF-PAY OPTIONS And for many that don't have private medical insurance 'self-pay' seems to be an option, especially with finance available to some (subject to terms and conditions).
The number of self-pay patients going to Spire Yale Hospital has doubled over the last five years and is continuing to grow.
Most of the accounts that will need collection services will be in the self-pay category
The book The Self-Pay Patient provides cures to these problems.
The programme is offered to self-pay patients that need help to pay for their medications.
Self-pay students are those that do not pass the admittance exams but are still permitted to take courses at their own expense.
3 per cent increase in self-pay treatments with urology (22 per cent), gynaecology (16 per cent) and orthopaedics (8 per cent) featuring as the highest risers.
com)-- Preferred Healthcare Funding, LLC announces its launch today to offer healthcare providers a solution for the immediate and ongoing resolution of their current and future self-pay and self-pay after insurance patient accounts receivable.
Today, more than ever, healthcare providers across the board are experiencing a minimum 10 percent rise in their self-pay accounts, accumulating more than 20 percent of overall accounts receivable.
The researchers used models to examine changes in hospital PSI rates for various payers (Medicare, Medicaid, self-pay, and private insurance) during a time when both governmental and private payers implemented more stringent payment policies.
Because these self-pay individuals receive bills much higher than other patients for the exact same services, medical providers may be generating a disproportionate share of profit from this relatively small group of patients.