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fee-for-service

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Charging a fee for each service performed.

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Examples

  • Even up to the 1970s, most Americans still had indemnity plans also called fee-for-service plans.

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  • Even up to the 1970s, most Americans still had indemnity plans also called fee-for-service plans.

    YOU The Smart Patient

  • Instead of getting paid every time they do something - a venerable system called fee-for-service that encourages them to provide more and more services - they're paid a fixed amount each month for each patient.

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  • Currently most doctors in Canada are paid through what's called a fee-for-service model.

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  • Instead of getting paid every time they do something - a venerable system called fee-for-service that encourages them to provide more and more services - they're paid a fixed amount each month for each patient.

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  • One of the best ways of slowing these costs is to use Medicare and Medicaid's bargaining power over drug companies and hospitals to reduce costs, and to move from a fee-for-service system to a fee-for-healthy outcomes system.

    Robert Reich: The Seven Biggest Economic Lies

  • Under Ryan's plan, Medicare would no longer be a fee-for-service program in which government pays providers for most of the cost of seniors' medical expenses.

    Jonathan Weiler: Republicans, Medicare and the Golden Rule

  • Under Ryan's plan, Medicare would no longer be a fee-for-service program in which government pays providers for most of the cost of seniors' medical expenses.

    Jonathan Weiler: Republicans, Medicare and the Golden Rule

  • One of the best ways of slowing these costs is to use Medicare and Medicaid's bargaining power over drug companies and hospitals to reduce costs, and to move from a fee-for-service system to a fee-for-healthy outcomes system.

    Robert Reich: The Seven Biggest Economic Lies

  • One of the best ways of slowing these costs is to use Medicare and Medicaid's bargaining power over drug companies and hospitals to reduce costs, and to move from a fee-for-service system to a fee-for-healthy outcomes system.

    Robert Reich: The Seven Biggest Economic Lies

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