BBA

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BBABritish Bankers Association
BBABachelor of Business Administration
BBABiochimica et Biophysica Acta (French)
BBABalanced Budget Act of 1997
BBABoston Bar Association
BBABlack Beard Algae (plants)
BBABritish Board of Agrément (EOTA member)
BBABeck, Bogert & Appice (band)
BBABalkan Bulgarian Airlines
BBABordj Bou Arréridj (French; Algerian province)
BBABreeding Bird Atlas (population survey project)
BBABombay Bullion Association (India; est. 1948)
BBABroadband Aggregation
BBABroadband Antenna
BBABorn before Arrival (pregnancy)
BBABig Brother Award
BBABipartisan Budget Act of 2013
BBABuilding Block Approach (various organizations)
BBABlack Business Association
BBABroadband Adapter
BBABalanced Budget Agreement
BBABrowser-Based Authentication (computing)
BBABail before Arrest (Pakistan)
BBABuilt By ATI
BBABankruptcy Bar Association
BBABig Brass Alliance
BBABudget Balance Available (finance)
BBABeam-Based Alignment (imaging)
BBABrabantsche Buurtspoorwegen en Autodiensten (Tilburg, Netherlands)
BBABelgian Bioindustries Association (trade group)
BBABaku Baku Animal (video game)
BBABasic Banking Account (finance)
BBABeyblade Battle Association (gaming)
BBABajuwarische Befreiungsarmee (Bavarian Liberation Army; terrorist group in Austria)
BBABlood Bank of Alaska
BBABrass Band Aid
BBABelgian Boomerang Association
BBABasic Belief Assignment
BBABudget Balancing Assistance (Australia)
BBABuy Back Adjustment
BBABaroda Bar Association (India)
BBABelgian Bankers' Association (est. 1997)
BBABlood Brothers Alliance (gaming clan)
BBABeyblade Arena
BBABack Bay Association (Boston, Massachusetts)
BBABucket Brigade Algorithm
BBABorrel Bouvard Arthaud (French uniform accessories manufacturer)
BBABig Brothers of America
BBABudget By Account
BBABasic Build Analysis
BBABressuire Bocage Animations (French event planning company)
BBABest Bitter Ale (beer style UK)
BBABernard Bourgois Automobiles (French automobile dealership)
BBABlue Band Amplifier (DWDM)
BBABudget Activity Account
BBABembridge Business Association (UK)
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The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 mandated $2 billion in laboratory cuts over five years, capped the CLFS at 74% of the national median with no CPA updates for five years and authorized a study of laboratory reimbursement methodologies in the Institute of Medicine study (5).
Other scoring practices that underpin the congressional budget process, including reconciliation procedures, are rooted partly in scorekeeping guidelines that were included in the joint explanatory statements accompanying two reconciliation acts--the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 and the Balanced Budget Act of 1997. (12)
In the last Congress, NLC supported the "Spectrum Availability for Emergency-Response and Law-Enforcement To Improve Vital Emergency Services Act," or the SAVE LIVES Act because it would set a firm deadline of December 31, 2008, by which the federal government must give public safety agencies the broadcast frequencies Congress set aside for them as part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997. The bill also authorized $1 billion from the sale of broadcast spectrum to be available to assist consumers in obtaining access to digital broadcast signals.
It is important enough for Congress to mandate in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 that Medicare not exceed its calculated sustainable growth rate in payments to physicians.
Under the auspices of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, Medicare had drastic budget reductions.
Sparks blamed the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, which resulted in Medicare and Medicaid cuts, for leaving the hospital in critical condition.
The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 defined that Medicare would calculate the allowable or reimbursement amount for respiratory medications as ninety five percent of the medications average wholesale price (AWP).
Though enacted as part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (BBA) to go into effect in 1999, the therapy caps were put on hold by Congress through 2002.
These expectations about Medicare managed care, along with broader policy concerns about future federal budget deficits and Medicare shortfalls, converged into what became known as efforts to "modernize Medicare," ultimately finding their way into the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (BBA)--a landmark piece of Medicare reform legislation.
The original law was set to expire in 1995, but was extended several times, most recently in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997.
The Balanced Budget Act of 1997, which established SCHIP, included this reduction to ensure the overall federal budget was balanced by 2002.
To help relieve some of the unintended consequences of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, I have strongly supported legislation to provide financial relief to beneficiaries, hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, and other providers who have been affected adversely.