But you could still benefit from an employer’s health care flexible spending account, which allows you to set aside money to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses.
What does OOPME stand for?
OOPME stands for Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Office of Orphan Products Development (FDA)
- Object-Oriented Programming Environment
- Out of Pocket Expenses (health insurance)
- Out of Programme Experience (training programs; UK)
- Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
- Object-Oriented Particle-in-Cell (plasma physics)
- Object-Oriented Programmable Integrated Circuit
- Object Oriented Programming Language
- Object Oriented Project Management
- Object-Oriented Programming and Models of Concurrency
- Object-Oriented Programing Meta-Language
- Object-Oriented Petri Net
- Ohio Organization of Practical Nurse Educators (Cleveland, Ohio)
- Out-of-Position Occupant (airbag studies)
- Objective Oriented Project Planning (planning tool, see ZOPP / GTZ)
- Open ORB (Object Request Broker) Python Prototype (Lancaster University; UK)
- Osobni Ochranne Pracovni Prostredky (Czech: Personal Protective Equipment; employer health requirements)
- Out of Process Plug-ins (Mozilla Firefox)
- Organization of Promotional Products Salespeople (Natick, MA)
- Object-Oriented Programming (usually seen as OOP)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Agreement with Health Payment Advocates (HPA) helps customers manage and reduce out-of-pocket medical expenses MILWAUKEE, Feb.
Thirty-six percent spent more than 10 percent of their household income on out-of-pocket medical expenses in 2007, compared with 27 percent of workers in larger firms.
And 33% of working-age Americans spent 10% or more annually on these out-of-pocket medical expenses, compared with 21% in 2001.
Consider itemizing your deductions Home ownership, state and local taxes, charitable donations, out-of-pocket medical expenses, and miscellaneous expenses are all deductible.
Employees typically balk at paying higher copays and other out-of-pocket medical expenses.
Cancer patients had the highest out-of-pocket medical expenses, at an average of $35,000--more than triple the average patient's bills.
HSAs, which allow employees to contribute pretax dollars to an account to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses, were passed as part of The Medicare Prescription Drug and Modernization Act of 2003 and became available for the first time on Jan.