Category 3 Sample Clauses

Category 3. The Administrator receives a pro-rata portion of the following annual fee on behalf of each Fund in Category 3 for administrative services: 0.10% of the first $100 billion of average daily net assets of all Category 3 funds in the JPMorgan Funds Complex plus 0.05% of average daily net assets over $100 billion. Name as of August 19, 2004 New Name as of February 19, 2005 JPMorgan 100% U.S. Treasury Securities Money Market Fund JPMorgan 100% U.S. Treasury Securities Money Market Fund
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Category 3. The Cable Channel Programming Specialist shall work two hundred twenty-five (225) days per year which includes nine (9) holidays. He/she shall have an eight (8) hour workday but will have a flexible schedule. The Cable Channel Programming Specialist shall be required to have a Bachelor’s Degree, and salary shall be based on education.
Category 3. Teachers who have been determined to be less than Effective in the classroom as documented through the current evaluation system that may result in an unsatisfactory rating or who fail to achieve gains based upon the state’s Student Growth model. These teachers shall be placed on a Professional Improvement Plan (PIP). Procedures for the Professional Improvement Plan are explained further in the Evaluation Manual and its glossary of terms.
Category 3. All other part-time personnel.
Category 3. Teachers hired on or after September 1, 1998, and before September 1, 2001, will contribute $45 per month to a Minnesota State Retirement System Health Care Savings Plan.
Category 3. For China and ASEAN 6, this refers to all products with applied MFN tariff rates lower than 5%. For the newer ASEAN Member States, this refers to all products with applied MFN tariff rates lower than 15%.
Category 3. 23.4.1 Liquidated damages up to $5,000.00 per day may be imposed for Category 3 events. For Category 3 events, a written CAPA/PC may be required and corrective action must be taken. In the case of Category 3 events, if corrective action is taken within four (4) Business Days, then liquidated damages may be waived at the discretion of DCH. Category 3 events are monitored by DCH to determine compliance and shall include the following: · Failure to submit required Reports and Deliverables in the timeframes prescribed in Section 4.18 and Section 5.7; · Submission of incorrect or deficient Deliverables or Reports as determined by DCH; · Failure to comply with the Claims processing standards as follows: o Failure to process and finalize to a paid or denied status ninety-seven percent (97%) of all Clean Claims within fifteen (15) Business Days during a fiscal year; o Failure to pay Providers interest at an eighteen percent (18%) annual rate, calculated daily for the full period during which a clean, unduplicated Claim is not adjudicated within the claims processing deadlines. For all claims that are initially denied or underpaid by the Contractor but eventually determined or agreed to have been owed by the Contractor to a provider of health care services, the Contractor shall pay, in addition to the amount determined to be owed, interest of twenty percent (20%) per annum (based on simple interest calculations), calculated from 15 calendar days after the date the claim was submitted. A Contractor shall pay all interest required to be paid under this provision or Code Section 33-24-59.5 automatically and simultaneously whenever payment is made for the claim giving rise to the interest payment. All interest payments shall be accurately identified on the associated remittance advice submitted by the Contractor to the Provider. A Contractor shall not be responsible for the penalty described in this subsection if the health care provider submits a claim containing a material omission or inaccuracy in any of the data elements required for a complete standard health care claim form as prescribed under 45 C.F.R. Part 162 for electronic claims, a CMS Form 1500 for non-electronic claims, or any claim prescribed by DCH. · Failure to comply with the eighty percent (80%) of screening ratio on the Contractor’s CMS-416 Health Check as described Section 209 · Failure to achieve the Performance Target for any one Quality Performance Measure. · Failure to provide an initia...
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Category 3. Pursuant to 42 CFR 438.704(c), ASES may impose a civil money penalty for the Contractor’s imposition of premiums or charges in excess of the amounts permitted under the Medicaid program. The maximum amount of the penalty is the greater of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) or double the amount of the excess charges. ASES will deduct from the penalty the amount of overcharge and return it to the affected Enrollees.
Category 3. Those DMOQs which the Parties may determine to be necessary and appropriate, but which require additional evaluation to permit that determination. The Implementation Team established under this Attachment will review and consider each such Category 3 DMOQ to make the aforementioned determination. If the Implementation Team determines that a Category 3 DMOQ is necessary and appropriate, it will reclassify the DMOQ in question as Category 1 or Category 2.
Category 3. 20.4.1 Liquidated damages in accordance with any applicable provision this Contract of five-thousand dollars ($5,000) per day may be imposed for Category 3 events. The following constitute Category 3 events:
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