Billing


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Billing

1. The process by which a seller sends demands for payment to one or more buyers. Billing may occur once if the buyer pays in full, or it may occur regularly (such as once a month) in an installment plan.

2. A department in a company that deals with billing.
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AMR will collect the reads and report this to the DEP for billing purposes.
With the convergence of so many different applications, the commercial telecom consumer is simply exasperated with their billing from telecom vendors," noted Roberts.
Suppliers will be removed from the billing and payment cycle and will await payment from SNFs instead of from the Medicare program.
The hourly billing rates imply a certain level of professional knowledge by the professionals designated to perform the assigned tasks.
The Legal Electronic Data Exchange Standard, or LEDES[TM], file format is the legal industry's open standard for the electronic exchange of data, especially billing information.
However, many buildings opted to stay on frontage billing while the entire premise meter monitored meter consumption, and plan on remaining on frontage until the DEP converts them to meter billing.
It is known that a controversial point in the draft Program Memorandum was the inclusion in Consolidated Billing of all hospital outpatient services provided to a SNF/NF Medicare resident.
operates under the trade name "Emergency Physicians Billing Services" or "EPBS".
meter bills reveals that many buildings should convert to meter billing for substantial savings on their water bills.
With Intec Convergent Billing, Polkomtel will be able to eradicate the traditional division between pre-paid and post-paid services and replace it with a unified and convergent offer to our customers.
Assess the opportunity for smooth billing and combined gas and electricity billing and electronic billing.
Most commercial buildings that use steam for heating and cooling place meters on the cooling tower lines so they do not have to pay sewer charges for evaporation, and it is unclear how the billing of Con Ed for condensation that enters the sewer line will affect these customers, or if Con Ed can pass along such costs.