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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overpay.

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Examples

  • Under current law, the administration notes, Medicare "overpays" health plans with which it contracts through its managed care component (Medicare Advantage), reimbursing them an average of 14\% more ($103 per member per month) than it does traditional fee-for-service providers for the care of comparable beneficiaries.

    New England Journal of Medicine

  • Under current law, the administration notes, Medicare "overpays" health plans with which it contracts through its managed care component (Medicare Advantage), reimbursing them an average of 14\% more ($103 per member per month) than it does traditional fee-for-service providers for the care of comparable beneficiaries.

    New England Journal of Medicine

  • Medicare "overpays" for prescription drugs covered by the program's Part D drug benefit, she said.

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  • For those that thik the goverment can run a health care program then you should be aware that medicare currently overpays for medical equipment such as wheelchairs by as much as 4 times what they are worth.

    Conservative group resumes health care ad campaign

  • Many of H-P's shareholders, including Relational, have been concerned about how much the company has been spending on deals, saying it often overpays for companies.

    H-P Grants Activist Shareholder Board Seat

  • The film opens as Ted Narracott Peter Mullen overpays for an impressive stallion and now faces financial ruin unless he can train this horse to plow a seemingly impossible field.

    Scott Mendelson: Review: War Horse Is Pure, Unapologetic Old-School Melodrama

  • But they are forced to compete for labor with a state sector that overpays relative to the wages that the private sector can bear.

    How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions

  • There are times when there is a kernel of truth in the old diatribe about a country that overpays and overprotects itself.

    Trade unions: wage rage | Editorial

  • "If the city overpays for security guards, there is less available for schools, housing, and other needs."

    Liu Sued Over Prevailing-Wage Hike

  • The wage is upper bound, for the most part, by MPR, because an employer who routinely overpays his employees will find himself in quick financial distress.

    Real Caricature, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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