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AcronymDefinition
COINSCoinsurance
COINSCommunity Online Intelligence Network System
COINSCenter of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (University of California, Berkeley)
COINSCommunications and Information Systems
COINSCorporate Information Superhighway (Telekom Malaysia)
COINSConstruction Industry Solutions Ltd
COINSCommunity On-Line Intelligence System
COINSCorporate Information Network System
COINSCommerce Online Information Network System
COINSCommercial Operations Integrated System
COINSComputer Output Information System
COINSConsolidated On-Line Intelligence System
COINSConnection-Oriented Network Services
COINSConsumer On-Line Information Network Service (Canada)
COINSCommunity of Interest Network Service
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Outcome measures include in-network copayments (per visit, or per-admission for inpatient care) and in-network and out-of-network patient coinsurance rate.
Researchers used the Microsimulation Screening Analysis-Colon model to estimate the cost-effectiveness of waiving coinsurance for every component of colorectal cancer screening.
But it is unlikely that insurers will be game to see any cuts in the coinsurance percentage paid by the insured.
Getting back to the OIG's recommendations, along with the coinsurance recommendation, the OIG suggested periodically evaluating the national fee schedule to ensure that reimbursement is "aligned with the prices physicians pay for clinical laboratory tests.
Unfortunately, the much higher levels of cost-sharing that often result from coinsurance can lead patients to stop taking necessary prescription drugs.
The first additional condition explains how coinsurance works:
For condos and rental properties, the total annual rent roll can be used as the coinsurance basis.
But the good news is BI has its own coverage form equivalents of brown sugar, butter, maple syrup and marshmallows, provided via the coverage options to avoid coinsurance that can be activated simply by indicating the choice in the declarations page.
7 percent if coinsurance rates were zero, but would drop by 16 percent if coinsurance rates were ten times as high as they are now.
The choice of deductible versus coinsurance policy leads to changes in both risk characteristics and claims adjusting costs, even when expected claims payments are held constant.
In a section on Medicare, Bowles and Simpson suggest replacing the current deductible, coinsurance and co-payment rules with a single combined annual deductible of $550 for the Part A (hospital) and Part B (medical care) programs, along with 20% uniform coinsurance for health care spending above the deductible.
Card #1: The patient is to pay the specialty provider 30% of the coinsurance amount--after the deductible has been met--for the service provided on the day seen.