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Her reporting on systemic billing irregularities led to tough new patient protection laws.

Part of it is because the fragmentation in the market means it’s hard to implement new standards across the board, covering hundreds of insurance payers, healthcare providers, pharmaceutical groups, billing and collections organisations and more.

Many also need a business structure—scheduling, billing—if they don’t belong to a large network or have technical acumen.

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If you can notify clients when their payment fails and give them a simple one-click link where they can update their billing info it’s gonna be a game-changer.

Skillz shares jumped in its trading debut as investors embraced a business billing itself as the first publicly traded mobile esports company.

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They all insist that Health Republic/MagnaCare had not told their billing departments that I was out of network.

The customer-service representative said they had notified the billing service used by my doctors that I was not “in network.”

Li offered not only global billing with a personality to boot, but an entire new platform of fans—billions of them.

Producers, while giving Rusev top billing, are keeping their options open about his “character.”

Another started an “Ideal Clinic” in New York where volunteers help her do the billing.

But it was large enough to prevent Mr. Billing from securing his usual seat.

By prohibiting the manufacture of starch the Government has done something to please Mr. Pemberton-Billing.

Wery difrent, I can tell you, from all the hammerous billing and kewing which had proceeded their nupshuls.

Modern billing systems make it possible to tabulate certain of these statistics when the bills are made.

Now, for one month to come, to say the least, I shall be made perfectly sick with their billing and cooing.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to billing, such as: announcement, announcing, ballyhoo, blasting, broadcasting, and buildup.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.