9%, according to the study If Congress decides to try an alternative, such as tying fee increases to the Medicare Economic Index, Medicare spending would rise by 6.
What does MEI stand for?
MEI stands for Medicare Economic Index
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- Manual of Engineering Instructions
- Manufacturing Engineering Instructions
- Maritime Education Initiative
- Maryland English Institute
- Master of Electronic Imaging
- Mathematics in Education and Industry (UK syllabus organisation)
- Maximum Exposed Individual
- Measured Equation of Invariance
- Measuring Eco-Innovation (Netherlands)
- Medical Examiner Investigator
- Medium Energy Ion
- Meeting Etichette Indipendenti (Italian: Meeting of Independent Labels)
- Mennonite Educational Institute (Canada)
- Meridian, MS, USA - Key Field (Airport Code)
- Message Exchange Interface
- Micro Electronics, Inc. (various locations)
- Middle East Institute
- Middle East International
- Midwest Economy Index (nonfarm business activity)
- Miller Electric Incorporated
Samples in periodicals archive:
If the Congress decides to try an alternative, such as tying fee increases to the Medicare Economic Index, Medicare spending would rise by 6.
According to the proposed rule, CMS intends to convene a technical panel to review all aspects of the Medicare Economic Index.
Now, and through December, they will be allowed $1,590 worth of services for PT/SLP and OT, respectively, now that the Medicare Economic Index (MEI) adjustments have been applied.
9) The observed changes in both payment rates and effective rates are deflated by the change in the Medicare Economic Index (MEI) between 1976 and 1978, in order to adjust for changes in physicians' costs over the period.
The concept was to begin with the premise that TC for 1993, say, would be a certain percentage larger than TC for 1992, the increase reflecting growth in the number of enrollees, growth in technology-driven intensity, and inflation as measured by the Medicare Economic Index, adjusted for any changes in law or regulation along the way.
At that time, primary care doctors will receive a full Medicare Economic Index update, currently estimated at about 5 per cent.