6%), while its IU case rate
was the fifth highest (250 per 100 000 live births).
He said despite the implementation of the No Balance Billing (NBB) and the All Case Rates
, some qualified NBB patients still incur out-of-pocket expense due to the unavailabity of medicines, doctors and laboratory and diagnostic facilities in government hospitals were they are confined.
Louisiana case rates
were obtained by dividing the number of cases in each category (grouped by age or gender) per year by population estimates in each age or gender category for each year using population estimates obtained from US census data population projections.
Similarly, the case rate
of 374/100,000 for scholarship athletes, >4x higher than that for other students, is associated with a >5-fold increase in coccidioidal testing.
The Commonwealth Fund provided some initial funding to develop the group's evidence-informed case rates
(ECRs), which are used as the foundation of the payment system.
Another way to encourage productivity would be to increase the case rate
after a certain threshold of patients.
The decline in the case rate
was reflected in both the goods-producing and service-producing industries.
The company says those patients whose conditions have progressed and have already developed catastrophic diseases will be covered by Avandel's Case Rate
or Per Member Per Month (PMPM) Products and receive the appropriate care through its specialized medical management.
Padilla said the increase in coverage was made possible by the lowering of the case rate
amount from P4,000 to only P2,500 per session.
0 or a days away from work due to injury or illness (DAFWII) case rate
at or above 5.
In 2011, Asians became the largest single racial/ethnic group represented among TB cases, with a case rate
25 times that of non-Hispanic whites.