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to give back, especially money

Synonyms for reimburse

pay back for some expense incurred

reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss

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In Atlantic Research, the Court noted that the line between the volunteer remediator who has a [section] 107(a)(4)(B) claim and the reimburser who has only a [section] 113 contribution claim is not so clear and there could be an overlap--a person who has performed remediation and therefore should have a [section] 107(a)(4)(B) claim, but who is not a volunteer and therefore has a [section] 113 contribution claim.
Becoming a reimburser saves this fictional employer $750 a year.
In addition, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as well as all major third-party reimbursers accept ANCC certification for billing purposes.
This evolution to a more qualified and credentialed professional work force was spurred on by the recent increased influence of managed care, third-party reimbursers, counselor licensure, and the privatization of the public mental health and substance abuse agencies in this state.
CMS and the majority of third-party reimbursers accept ANCC certification.
The reimbursers need different kinds of constructs, different kinds of trials, and different kinds of data to answer their questions, and that's best achieved in the postmarket," Gottlieb explained.
and the threat of a totally government-controlled universal health care system, pushed providers and reimbursers into the concept of managed care.
While third party reimbursers such as Medicare will reimburse acute care for alcoholism in the elderly, private insurance reimbursement for longer term treatment, especially residential treatment in a structured environment, is problematic (Moyers, 2000).
Submission of the patient to mainstream medical practice is assured by the "massiveness of our medical edifices, the aura of high tech, the regiments of health care providers, the intimidation of white coats, the weight of medical statistics, the accumulated experience of physicians, the gods of peer review, and the nods from all-knowing reimbursers.
The second section of the book covers specific topics including common emotional experiences of caregivers, impact on caregivers and their working life, financial burdens of caregiving, and lack of a coordinated, coherent response from third party reimbursers and providers to the unique troubles faced by caregivers.
ViroLogic is developing novel clinical diagnostic technology to provide patients, physicians, and reimbursers with useful information to guide therapeutic decisions in the management of viral diseases and cancer.
The debate concerning whether reimbursers should provide an explicit return on equity to not-for-profit hospitals, which initiated this exchange, is not relevant to current market conditions.
She meets with physicians, government reimbursers and private insurers in Europe and Japan--anyone, that is, with an interest in putting a lock on spiraling health care costs.
Although the health care reimbursers have gotten a lot of abuse, their practices have been pretty enlightened.
Comparison with experimental treatments not demanded by the FDA but view of reimbursers is uncertain