Reimbursement

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Reimbursement

Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses has incurred.

Reimbursement

The act or concept of repaying a person or organization for expenses it incurred that rightly belonged to another party. Reimbursement is common between employees and employers. For example, if an employee pays for his/her own hotel room while on a business trip, the employer will likely reimburse him.
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By using the Gamewood EMR, one practice was able to implement the new performance based clinical care and reimbursement model for its outpatient hemodialysis patients in January 2004 without interruption in its reimbursement cash flows during the transition.
Accordis helps hospitals across the country recover Medicare revenue that otherwise would not have been secured," said Christina Dragonetti, Vice President of Reimbursement Service at Accordis.
One interpretation of language in earlier securitizations is that the servicer would have to wait for reimbursement to come from the corrected mortgage loan over time,' said Metz.
Employees can exclude reimbursement they receive from their employers for medical expenses--and employers can deduct payments made to employees--only under certain conditions.
Transport reimbursement from the employee's home to the airport for business trips would be taxable to employee.
62(a)'s accountable plan standards to exempt from withholding and employment taxes payments made to employees as reimbursement for out-of-pocket tool expenses.
Both sisters were later readmitted on Medicaid, which had an acuity-based reimbursement system in place.
Medicare said that Amgen's anemia drug Aranesp was functionally equivalent to Johnson and Johnson's older drug Procrit, and the reimbursement rates dropped.
Allows any unused portion of the maximum dollar amount at the end of a coverage period to be carried forward to increase the maximum reimbursement amount in subsequent coverage periods.
A part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, PPS was designed to provide a structured payment system for Medicare reimbursement.
9] Most payers still base reimbursements on charges, so freestanding ambulatory surgery centers can better capture an inceased market share by charging less than hospital-based centers.
As above, the IRS determined that the contributions, coverage and reimbursements were excludible from gross income; see Tax Trends, "HRAs for Former Employees," 36 The Tax Adviser 121 (February 2005).