- n. Plural form of payor.
“Sure self pay is an issue for us, but they make up only 5% of our payors, which is about in line with other hospitals I have worked out (not just rural ones).”
“When hospitals and Doctors do not get paid, they pass the dollars in bad debt (risk) onto the payors.”
“The payors then increase our insuance rates to make up the difference.”
“Health-care providers and payors worldwide will now have to justify the cost of using" Lucentis, wrote Philip Rosenfeld, a retina specialist at the University of Miami, in an accompanying editorial in the New England Journal.”
“Now somebody can support the actual tax payors not the leeches.”
“Hospitals, especially the For-Profiteers, know which payors treat them better.”
“So in order to make money we increase charges, this of course hurts self payors as well as insurance company payors (because the increased costs are passed on to their customers)”
“So, no matter what compensation scheme is planned (except for slavery), doctors who want to maximize their revenues while minimizing work hours can always find a way to do so that will result in suboptimal outcomes for patients and payors.”
“Some information is publicly available, and some comes from confidential diagnosis, procedure and prescription data gathered by Medicare and other payors.”
“Medicare makes up about 45% of our payors - of that 45% they pay 50% of THEIR charges.”
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