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What does HI stand for?

HI stands for Hospital Income (health insurance)


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Seventy percent budget is received in the form of grants from various government and other departments (40 percent abroad and 30 percent domestic) whereas the rest of 30 percent is generated from hospital income, he stated.
There needs to be a system where healthcare professionals are account able when they are negligent, prevent surgeons profiting the most by taking the lion share of hospital income, focus on preventive medicine," after a momentary pause he adds that there are many more ideas that can be added to the list, which he wishes to take part in when building a developed healthcare system in Kurdistan.
The New York Times reports on a Tennessee Hospital Association study that finds hospital income will increase under the Obama approach more by more than $16 billion beyond the cost savings that hospitals promised the administration.
The plan was to enhance hospital income by co-opting various fee-for-service technical procedures, replacing independent practitioners with hospital employees.
Hospital Income Insurance Hospital income insurance--also known as hospital indemnity, hospital confinement or supplemental medical insurance--pays a set number of dollars for days that the insured is in the hospital.
The study looked at direct costs (such as nursing costs and operating room time), indirect costs (such as dietary, environmental, or administrative costs) and both hospital and physician reimbursements for each procedure, then calculated net hospital income.
The study looked at direct costs (such as nursing costs and operating room time), indirect costs (such as administrative costs) and hospital and physician reimbursements for each procedure and then calculated a net hospital income.