PMPY

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PMPYPer Member Per Year
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"For example, in a health system with 100,000 adult members with online access, if the rate of office visits increases by 0.5 visits per member per year, concomitant with an increase in telephone encounters by 0.3 per member per year, over the course of a year clinicians would need to provide 50,000 more clinic visits and respond to 30,000 more telephone calls.
The current fee of $1 per head, plus $250 per member per year, may not be sufficient to cover the cost of employing a manager.
On average the costs will be EUR120 (USD151) per member per year which is half the costs charged by comparable group pension scheme administrators.
A center like that can improve the quality and convenience of patient care, increase employer loyalty, and save the health plan hundreds of dollars per member per year.
The low deductibles, sometimes under $100,000 per member per year, require various internal limits in order to keep reinsurance premiums affordable for the HMO.
"I'd like to know what we're getting for what we are sending them." Shays is referring to the fact that while each chapter sets its own membership fees, chapters must send $15 per member per year back to the national office--a bone of contention for some chapters with limited funds, resources, and members.
Membership costs pounds 2 per member per year. The walking group is free but all the other activities, although subsidised are costed.
* Average gross cost per member, spread over the total employee population, decreased an average of $75 per member per year.
There was no general dues increase budgeted, therefore dues remain at S34.50 per member per year for the fifth consecutive year.
Switching to postcards shaves almost $3 per member per year off your communication cost with no significant loss of revenue.
Since our members tend to be 'tape-aholics,' we've gotten a tremendous response to that - and it costs about $4 per member per year. We've tried very hard to increase the perception of the value members are getting."