Chiropractic Sample Clauses

Chiropractic. Coverage for chiropractic Services is up to a maximum of thirty (30) visits per Plan Year as stated in Exhibit A.
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Chiropractic. 100% of the costs of a licensed chiropractor, to a maximum of $800.00 per benefit year, per employee and dependent. In addition, a maximum of $100.00 will be payable per benefit year, per employee and dependent, for x-ray examinations required by the licensed chiropractor.
Chiropractic. Coverage for chiropractic Services are up to the Annual Maximum Benefit per Plan Year as stated in Exhibit A.
Chiropractic. The Plan shall include coverage for chiropractic services to a maximum of six hundred dollars ($600) per person per year.
Chiropractic. The Company shall provide coverage for a maximum of 30 visits per year.
Chiropractic. 14.1 Chiropractic services may be received by employees and dependents. This benefit allows up to a maximum of 40 visits per calendar year. Co-payments for services are $10.00.
Chiropractic. 17.1 Chiropractic services may be received by employees and dependents through a chiropractic insurance plan.
Chiropractic. (2) Podiatric Once the employee's physician informs the employee that it is medically necessary for the employee to receive physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic treatment or podiatric treatment on an ongoing basis, the employee must contact the City's medical utilization review administrator to obtain continued treatment authorization. Also, if the employee's physician instructs the employee to receive any of the listed advanced technological procedures, it is necessary for the employee to contact the City's utilization review administrator to obtain pre-treatment authorization. In the event the employee does not obtain authorization for continued therapy, treatment or technological review, the employee will be responsible for ten percent (10%) of the total charges, in addition to the deductible, coinsurance and out of pocket maximum. In the event the care the employee receives is determined to be medically unnecessary, the employee will be responsible for the cost of all medically unnecessary care.
Chiropractic. Effective January 1, 2005, for chiropractic services the plan will pay 90% In-Network and 70% reasonable and customary Out-of-Network costs for a maximum of 36 visits per calendar year.