Yet, the vast majority of all of these hundreds of millions of coverage decisions can ultimately be traced back to three words in the original health policy contract that typically
define coverage eligibility: medically necessary and investigational.
The centers rent equipment, typically
for about $250-$300 an hour.
Approximately one-third of the prescription drugs taken by an insured population have generic equivalents (often manufactured by the same pharmaceutical company) that typically
cost from 40% to 50% of the brand-name drugs.
The higher operating temperatures dictate higher levels of antioxidants - typically
amine-types so the attack mechanism on (VF.
Consequently, the direct cost of billable supplies typically
absorbed by a provider that does not participate in Part B would be billable to the Medicare program.
Another 36 percent of employment was in occupations that typically
require a high school diploma or the equivalent, such as a General Education Development credential (GED), for entry.
In 1975, a 38-year-old man typically
earned 61% more than a woman.
Across the findings, rural savers typically
have 44% of their gross annual earnings put away, compared with 34% for urban savers.
Portable or transportable shear/baler/loggers typically
are lower-force machines and are limited to processing lighter material than stationary units.
Regardless of orientation, runner and gating systems usually have a pouring cup or basin, tapered sprue (with or without a well), choke, runner (with or without a runner extension and typically
in the drag) and one or more ingates (typically
in the cope) (Fig.
First, the insurance typically
is extended to include coverage for a wider group of insureds.
Not associated with a cold or flu, felt in the whole head or more frontal, these are typically
classified as "deficiency" headaches.