When Schwab Retirement Plan Services' plan clients perform a re-enrollment, they typically include current participants and nonparticipating
The standard also seeks to attract investment entities incorporated in nonparticipating
jurisdictions into participating jurisdictions, by indicating that a nonparticipating
entity that is managed or controlled by an entity in a participating jurisdiction will be treated as a participating entity.
While leaders of nonparticipating
schools cited a number of concerns that factored into their decision not to participate, concerns about possible future regulations were the most cited across all three states, followed by concerns about the effect of participation on schools' independence, character, or identity.
The answer, she found, was no: "There was really no difference between participating and nonparticipating
hospitals in the relationship between switching or changes in regimen and hospitalization.
Physician practices that are currently participating in ACOs appear to be relatively large, or to be members of an IPA or PHO, are less likely to be hospital owned, and are more likely to use more care management processes than nonparticipating
practices," the authors reported.
Participating physicians pay $5,000 a year into the fund, while nonparticipating
doctors pay $250 a year.
Young people at nonparticipating
schools don't have to miss out on all of the fun, as the Foundation will be setting up community football coaching sessions across Merseyside, which are aimed at four to 19 year-olds.
If consumers are only able to purchase nonparticipating
VILDAs with pricing based on the quantile approach in Equation (4), they will postpone annuitization by an average of approximately 5 years.
states, and before- and after-2003 pollution and health outcomes.
However, once rates are on the upswing, he added, it will be harder for nonparticipating
stand-alone LTCI to compete with participating and combination products and self-insurance.
player is the same as playing with only 10 men.
More than one-half of participating doctors (50 to 58 percent) and most nonparticipating
doctors (88 to 92 percent) expected that open visit notes would result in greater worry among patients.