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Definition von withholder im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

withhold
{f} alıkoymak
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saklamak
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esirgemek
withhold
{f} vermemek
withhold
{f} tutmak
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{f} (from) (-den) -i saklamak; (-e) -i vermemek: Don't withhold any information from me. Benden hiçbir şey saklama
withhold
tutulmak
withhold
tut
withhold
esirge/tut
withhold
{f} for bir
withhold
{f} (with.held)
Englisch - Englisch
Agent noun of withhold; one who withholds
a person who restrains or checks or holds back a person who refrains from granting; "a withholder of payments
a person who restrains or checks or holds back
One who withholds
a person who refrains from granting; "a withholder of payments"
{i} one who withholds; someone or something that holds back, restrainer; one who refrains from giving
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{v} to keep back, stop, stay, restrain
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A percentage of a provider's payment that is "held back" during the plan year to offset or pay for any cost overruns for referral or hospital services Any part of the withhold not used for these purposes is distributed to providers
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If you withhold something that someone wants, you do not let them have it. Police withheld the dead boy's name yesterday until relatives could be told Financial aid for Britain has been withheld. to refuse to give someone something (with + hold)
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means a percentage of payments or set dollar amounts that are deducted from a the service fee, capitation or salary payment, and that may or may not be returned, depending on specific predetermined factors
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To keep (information, etc) to oneself rather than revealing it
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To hold back; to restrain; to keep from action
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That portion of the monthly capitation payment to physicians withheld by an HMO to create an incentive for efficient care A physician who exceeds utilization norms does not receive the withheld amount This system serves as a financial incentive for lower utilization The withhold can cover all services or be specific to hospital care, laboratory usage, or specialty referrals
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A percentage of providers' fees that managed care companies hold back from providers which is only given to them if the amount of care they provide (or that the entire plan provides) is under a budgeted amount for each quarter or the whole year
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– That portion of the monthly capitation payment to physicians withheld by an HMO to create an incentive for efficient care A physician who exceeds utilization norms does not receive the withheld amount This system serves as a financial incentive for lower utilization
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{f} hold back; restrain, keep in check; retain, deduct; refrain from giving
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an unspoken, unannounced transgression against a moral code by which the person was bound Something the preclear did that he or she is not talking about A withhold is always the manifestation which comes after an overt Any withhold comes after an overt See also moral code; overt act
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retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments; "My employer is withholding taxes
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A percentage of payment to a provider held back by an HMO (or other entity) until the cost of the physician’s referrals, hospital, or ancillary services has been determined Physicians exceeding the amount determined as appropriate by the HMO lose the amount withheld
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Money withheld by an insurance company from a physician's fee to cover exceeding preset cost targets Withholds can be for several different targets and may be based upon pharmacy costs, laboratory or xray testing, emergency room visits, hospitalizations, surgeries, or consultations to name just a few
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A percentage of providers' fees that managed care companies hold back; the withhold is only paid if the amount of care provided is under a budgeted amount for a specific time period, such as quarterly or yearly
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Means a percentage of payment or set dollar amounts that are deducted from the payment to the physician group/physician that may or may not be returned depending on specific predetermined factors
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To retain; to keep back; not to grant; as, to withhold assent to a proposition
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Scientology An unspoken, unannounced transgression against a moral code by which the person was bound Something the preclear did that he or she is not talking about A withhold is always the manifestation which comes after an overt Any withhold comes after an overt See also moral code; overt act
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hold back; refuse to hand over or share; "The father is withholding the allowance until the son cleans his room" retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments; "My employer is withholding taxes
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To keep; to maintain; to retain
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To keep (a physical object that one has obtained) to oneself rather than giving it back to its owner
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A percentage of payment to the provider held back by the HMO until the cost of referral or hospital services has been determined Physicians exceeding the amount determined as appropriate by the HMO lose the mount held back The amount of withhold returned depends on individual utilization by the gatekeeper; referral patterns through the year by the gatekeeper, groups of physicians or the overall plan pool: and financial indicators for the overall capitated plan
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The portion of the monthly capitation payment or fee schedule amount to physicians withheld by an HMO until the end of the year or other time period to create an incentive for efficient care The withhold is "at risk " If the physician (or group of physicians) exceeds utilization norms, he/she does not receive it It serves as a financial incentive for lower utilization The withhold can cover all services or be specific to hospital care, laboratory usage or specialty referrals
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hold back; refuse to hand over or share; "The father is withholding the allowance until the son cleans his room"
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retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments; "My employer is withholding taxes"
withholder

    Silbentrennung

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    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ with-'hOld, wi[th]- ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from with from + holden to hold; more at WITH.

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