PBP

(redirected from Plan Benefit Package)
AcronymDefinition
PBPPicture by Picture (TVs and monitors)
PBPPlay-By-Play
PBPParis-Brest-Paris (bicycle race)
PBPPlay by Post (roleplaying games)
PBPPrison Book Program (various organizations)
PBPPersonal Business Plan
PBPPenicillin Binding Protein
PBPPanda Business Partner
PBPProvider Backbone Port
PBPPicture by Picture
PBPPersonal Basis Profile
PBPPacket Burst Protocol
PBPPeripheral Bus Protocol
PBPParallel Bus Peripheral
PBPPixel by Pixel
PBPProgressive Bulbar Palsy
PBPPoor Boyz Productions (Hermosa Beach, CA)
PBPPerformance-Based Payment (US DoD)
PBPPoint Blank Period
PBPPersonal Basis Profile (connected device configuration)
PBPPay Back Period
PBPPay By Phone
PBPPlease Be Patient
PBPPheromone Binding Protein
PBPPlan Benefit Package (health care)
PBPPot-Belly Pig
PBPPoint by Point
PBPProject Better Place (cars)
PBPPeace Between People (Seattle, WA)
PBPProduct Based Planning (UK)
PBPPreburner Boost Pump (US NASA)
PBPPuffing Billy Posse (graffiti crew)
PBPPERL (Practical Extraction and Report Language) Best Practices (computer programming)
PBPPaperboard Packaging (magazine)
PBPPacket-By-Packet (Cisco)
PBPPost Boost Phase
PBPPicture Bleeds Paint (band)
PBPPooled Bonds Program (New Jersey)
PBPPracticality Beats Purity
PBPProven Best Practice
PBPPolo Boy Productions
PBPPeanut Butter Panic (Blue Bunny ice cream flavor; also Atari game)
PBPPakistan Border Patrol
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But, in responses to industry commenters on the EGWP controversy, CMS officials note that statutes give CMS the authority to require that each employer submits its plan benefit package and bids to CMS for review.
To ensure MA plan benefit package designs do not discriminate against beneficiaries in poor health with high expected health care costs, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reviews and approves all benefit packages yearly.
Survey employees about the cafeteria plan benefit package.
We did not determine whether [Medicare Advantage organizations] structured their plan benefit packages in response to enrolled beneficiaries' health status or whether beneficiaries of a given health status chose certain MA plans specifically because of their benefit package designs," James Cosgrove, a GAO director, writes in a letter summarizing the GAO findings.
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