Usual definition

Usual means the most frequent charge made by an individual Provider for a given medical service to non-industrially injured patients. (3-12-07)
Usual means the most frequent charge made by an individual Provider for a given service to non- industrially injured patients. (7-1-95)
Usual means that which past experience has shown to be normal or common or is anticipated to become normal or common, hence an expected or predictable event; that which affects more than just a few school districts or AEAs.

Examples of Usual in a sentence

If your child continues to visit the Pediatric Dentist upon the age of 7, you will be fully responsible for the Pediatric Dentist’s Usual Fees.

For services listed on your Patient Charge Schedule at any other dental office, you may be charged Usual Fees.

For Prescription Drugs purchased at a retail or mail order Participating Pharmacy, You are responsible for paying the lower of: • The applicable Cost-Sharing; or • The Participating Pharmacy’s Usual and Customary Charge (which includes a dispensing fee and sales tax) for the Prescription Drug.

The actual charge made by a non-Network Dental Provider for a Covered Dental Service may exceed the Usual and Customary Fee.

Packing & Marking5.1 Packing: Usual export packing to ensure safe journey up to the site of consignee.Marking: Each packing should be clearly marked in suitable size in bold letters as per requirement.


More Definitions of Usual

Usual means according to usage.
Usual means the most frequent charge made by an individual Provider for a given medical service to non-industrially injured patients. (7-1-95)(4-1-06)T
Usual means the amount normally charged for a service given or supplied by a provider; “Customary” means the range of usual charges by providers with similar expertise and services within the geographic area; “Reasonable” means those charges that, in the opinion of
Usual means the most frequent charge made by an individual Provider for a given medical service to non-industrially injured patients. ( )