Hospitalization Sample Clauses

Hospitalization. The equity-adjusted rate of HHSC Inpatient Bed Days in the population of the local service area shall be less than or equal to 1.9%.
Hospitalization. In the event an employee is hospitalized overnight, the employee will have access to their EIB accrual at the first day of absence due to the hospitalization. Same day surgery, if requiring five (5) or more days of recovery, may also be paid from the employee’s EIB account.
Hospitalization. Hospital charges (excluding physician charges) for employees covered by the PPO will be waived if a plan participant is hospitalized at SHC and/or LPCH. Hospitalization includes same day surgery and ATU. This does not include charges when the plan participant is not hospitalized, e.g., outpatient charges for MRI.
Hospitalization. Effective 1/1/2011 or as soon as is practicable thereafter, all employees go to PPO 4 (80%/20% coverage with $500/1000 Deductible, annual co- insurance max of $1,500/3,000, Rx-$2/25/50, with 2 times mail order on drugs) and contribute by payroll deduction 5% of the carrier’s rate for the health care and dental coverage they select (single, double, family). Effective 7/1/2011, all employees contribute by payroll deduction 10% of the carrier’s rate for the health care and dental coverage they select. For 2011, any buy-up to a different plan offered through County Choices, employee will contribute by payroll deduction the equivalent to 5% of the monthly premium for the buy-up plan plus additional buy up costs effective 1/1/2011, and 10% of the monthly premium for the buy-up plan plus additional buy up costs effective 7/1/2011. Effective 1/1/2011 there shall be a spousal surcharge of $10 per pay period for enrolled spouses. Employees hired on or after 1/1/2011 shall contribute 20% toward the cost of the PPO 4. The County may substitute an alternate medical and hospitalization insurance carrier provided 90% of the doctors in the Community Blue PPO 4 network are in the new network and the benefits are commensurate or better than current benefit levels. At the request of the Union, the Employer will meet with the Union to discuss the alternative carrier. However, if no agreement is reached within thirty (30) days of the notice of carrier change, the Employer may proceed with the substitute if the benefits are commensurate with or better than current benefit levels. Notwithstanding the above, if the County Board of Commissioners implements, in its discretion and pursuant to 2011 PA 152, either a cap election or employee contributions necessary to meet the requirement that the employer pay no more than 80% of the total annual costs of all of the medical benefit plans election, then the above section shall be superseded and unit employees will be required to make contributions under the election made by the Board of Commissioners. The Employer will give the Union notice of any change in the election for complying with 2011 PA 152 and will, upon request, bargain regarding mandatory subjects regarding the implementation of such election.
Hospitalization. If you need to be hospitalized, your PCP or participating OB/GYN can arrange for your care at a local participating hospital. Your PCP or participating OB/GYN will make the necessary arrangements (including referrals) and keep you informed. HMO shall review the referral request and issue a determination indicating whether proposed services are preauthorized within 24 hours of the request by the PCP or participating OB/GYN. You may have to pay a copayment and any other applicable coinsurance or deductibles for some of these services, depending on your plan. When you think you need hospital care, in non-emergency situations, first call your PCP. Special rules apply in emergency situations or in cases where you are out of the area (see the “Emergency Care” section below.)
Hospitalization. (a) Full time Nurses will be enrolled in the Ontario Health Insurance Program if they are eligible for such enrolment immediately following their employment: one hundred percent (100%) of the billed premium for semi-private or private benefits shall be paid by the Employer.
Hospitalization. Any admission of a Policy holder to hospital centre (hospital or clinic) proven by a hospitalization form prescribed by a medical doctor, consecutive to an Illness or Accident and requiring at least one night in the establishment.  Illness A pathological condition diagnosed by a medical doctor, which is of a sudden and unforeseeable nature and requiring medical attention.  Insurance card The insurance card issued to each Policy holder by AVI INTERNATIONAL, on which features their surname and first name, the trip start and end dates, the identification number, policy number and assistance centre phone numbers.  “Major risk” Option When the major risk option has been subscribed to, it covers the following situations:  In the context of a manual or physical activity, whether paid or not, in the context of a training course in a company or laboratory, injuries to the Policy holder consecutive to an accident that occurred during a training course will be covered as subsidiary and complementary cover when the hosting company or training session tutor do not have insurance, or have insufficient insurance cover, especially an Excess.  Use of a motorcycle or motorised vehicle: use as the driver or the passenger of all two or three wheeled vehicles.  The practise of a dangerous sport listed in appendix 1. In the event of the Policy holder having an accident while practising a sport in a club, the Insurer will intervene after the Policy holder’s strops club coverage has been fully exhausted.  Natural Disaster A natural phenomenon such as an earthquake, a volcanic eruption, a tidal wave, a flood or a natural disaster caused by the abnormal intensity of a natural agent, and recognised as such by the public authorities in the country in which it occurs.  Place of residence Your main and usual place of residence in your country of residence is considered to be your Place of residence.  Pre-existing conditions Any event, the origin of which is a pre-existing illness and/or injury that has been diagnosed and/or treated by continuous hospitalization, day hospitalization or outpatient hospitalization during the 6 months prior to his/her departure to the trip cannot be covered, whether the event is the appearance or the deterioration of the said condition.  Property made available Movable or immovable property belonging to third parties of which the Beneficiary has the temporary use.  Territoriality Entire world.  Travel . All your travel, both inside and outside ...
Hospitalization. 1. In the event of the hospitalization of a member of the immediate family, the employee will be allowed one (1) day per admittance, and, if needed, one (1) day to bring the member of the immediate family home, which will be deducted from paid leave.
Hospitalization. PHP does not guarantee the admission of a participant to any specific hospital or other facility or the availability of any accommodations or services therein. Inpatient Hospital Service is subject to all rules and regulations of the hospital or other medical facility to which the member is admitted.
Hospitalization. 25.07 When an employee on a scheduled period of vacation is admitted to hospital as an in‐patient as a result of illness or accident she/he shall be entitled to claim sick pay in accordance with Article 30 in lieu of vacation for such days of hospitalization, provided that written verification by the hospital confirming the duration of the stay, is given to the Executive Director upon the Employee's return to work. The period of vacation shall be rescheduled for a later date and unless pre‐approved shall not be considered as an automatic extension of the originally approved vacation schedule. Pro‐rating Vacation with Pay