MEDICAL EXPENSES Sample Clauses

MEDICAL EXPENSES. Medical expenses – Medical Expenses means those expenses that an Insured person has necessarily and actually incurred for medical treatment on account of illness or Accident on the advice of a Medical Practitioner, as long as these are no more than would have been payable if the Insured Person had not been insured and no more than other hospitals or doctors in the same locality would have charged for the same medical treatment.
MEDICAL EXPENSES. In the event of accidents at work, the employer shall pay the cost of transporting the injured person to his home or a hospital and will reimburse him for all medical expenses incurred in any given case, other than those paid by the State Social Security Institute. Accidents occurring on a direct route to and from work are considered accidents at work as regards medical and transport costs.
MEDICAL EXPENSES. 15 To the extent permitted by law, Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan 16 (MERP) accounts, which allow employees to pay for deductibles and unreimbursed 17 medical, dental, and vision expenses with pre-tax wages, will be available according 18 to the terms of the Multnomah County Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan 19 number 504.
MEDICAL EXPENSES. The COVID–19 public health emergency continues to have devastating effects on public health; the United States continues to average hundreds of deaths per day and the spread of new COVID–19 variants has raised new risks and genomic surveillance needs.43 Moreover, our understanding of the potentially serious and long-term effects of the virus is growing, including the potential for symptoms like shortness of breath to continue for weeks or months, for multi- organ impacts from COVID–19, or for post-intensive care syndrome.44 State and local governments may need to continue to provide care and services to address these near- and longer-term needs.45 Strategy for K–12 Schools through Phased Prevention, available at xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/ coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools- childcare/operation-strategy.html. 41 Many of these expenses were also eligible in the CRF. Generally, funding uses eligible under CRF as a response to the direct public health impacts of COVID–19 will continue to be eligible under the ARPA, including those not explicitly listed here (e.g., telemedicine costs, costs to facilitate compliance with public health orders, disinfection of public areas, facilitating distance learning, increased solid waste disposal needs related to PPE, paid sick and paid family and medical leave to public employees to enable compliance with COVID–19 public health precautions), with the following two exceptions: (1) The standard for eligibility of public health and safety payrolls has been updated (see section II.A of this SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION) and (2) expenses related to the issuance of tax-anticipation notes are no longer an eligible funding use (see discussion of debt service in section II.B of this SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION). 42 Coronavirus Relief Fund for States, Tribal Governments, and Certain Eligible Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx, 00 XX 0000 (Xxx. 15, 2021), available at xxxxx://xxxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/system/files/136/CRF- January–May 2020, Morb. Mort. Wkly. Rep. Guidance-Federal-Register_2021-00827.pdf. 70(5):155–61 (Feb. 5, 2021), xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/ mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7005a2.htm; Xxxxx X. Xxxxxx & Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxx, Health Justice Strategies to Combat COVID–19: Protecting Vulnerable Communities During a Pandemic, Health Affairs Blog (Mar. 19, 2020), xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/ do/10.1377/hblog20200319.757883/full/. 39 See, e.g., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, supra note 34; Xxxxxx & Wiley, supra note 38; Xxxxxxxxx X. Xxxxx et al., Disparities i...
MEDICAL EXPENSES. Recognizing that the continued good health of ---------------- the Executive and his family is of vital concern to the Company, since such good health is directly related to the services which the Executive will be expected to render to the affairs of the Company, the Executive agrees to undergo a thorough and complete medical examination at least once during each year of his term of employment. The executive further agrees to have the examining physician report the findings of each examination to the Company, if so requested. Moreover, in keeping with the Company's objectives in this regard, the Company agrees to reimburse the Executive up to $1,000 during each calendar year of this Agreement for those reasonable medical (including the aforementioned annual medical examination), dental, and optical expenses incurred by the Executive during each such year on behalf of himself and his immediate family if such expenses are not otherwise reimbursed to the Executive through insurance. The unused reimbursement in one calendar year will be carried forward up to a maximum of $3,000; expenses not reimbursed in one calendar year can be submitted for reimbursement in subsequent years. The Company, at its own expense, shall also provide the Executive with medical insurance coverage under its group medical insurance plan.
MEDICAL EXPENSES. During the Employment Period, the Company shall pay, or reimburse the Executive for, all medical and dental expenses incurred by the Executive or his spouse or Dependents (as defined in Section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code ("CODE")). The Executive acknowledges that the Company may enter into insurance agreements with respect to the payments and reimbursements described in this subsection. The Executive will use reasonable efforts to assist the Company in recovering payments and reimbursements from such insurers.
MEDICAL EXPENSES. We shall reimburse the Medical Expenses incurred arising from Bodily Injury up to the benefit limit applicable to the selected plan as specified in the Schedule of Benefits for each and every Accident, and the relevant specified sums under the extended benefits as follows: Extended Benefits
MEDICAL EXPENSES. WE WILL PAY For the following Medical Expenses recommended by the attending Physician for the treatment of the injury due to an Accident: -