The reports analyze the financial risks and disenrollment rates of beneficiaries in private fee-for-service plans, spending trends, actual expenses and profits compared to projections, and enrollment in private health plans.
What does PFFS stand for?
PFFS stands for Private Fee-For-Service
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PFFS
- Public Facilities Financing Plan
- Punk Forever, Forever Punk
- Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics of North Carolina (est. 1918)
- Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (1996-1997)
- Perinatal Food Frequency Questionnaire (aka Pregnancy Food Frequency Questionnaire)
- Phyllosilicate Framework Fault-Rock (geology)
- Poder Factico Facilmente Reconocible (Spanish political term)
- Percent of Free-Flow Speed (engineering)
- Philadelphia Furniture and Furnishings Show (Philadelphia, PA)
- Prisoners' Families and Friends Service (UK)
- People for Fair Trade (Australia)
- Pre-Corrected Fast Fourier Transform (algorithm)
- Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont (South Burlington, VT)
- Partners for Fish & Wildlife (Program)
- Prague Free Fashion Weekend (est. 2006; Czech Republic)
- Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin (Madison, WI)
- Partners for Growth (various organizations)
- Party for Future Generations (political party; Japan)
- Pasty Faced Geek
- Patrol Frigate, Guided Missile
Samples in periodicals archive:
It lost more than 100,000 members by withdrawing from some Medicare Advantage private fee-for-service plans.
House of Representatives voted 225204 to adopt legislation that would effectively end the right of older Americans to spend their own money to save their own lives through the private fee-for-service alternative the National Right to Life Committee's efforts had added to Medicare in 1997 and expanded in 2003.
CMS officials announced that this temporary marketing moratorium is part of an effort to halt deceptive marketing practices being used in the private fee-for-service Medicare market.
It describes the role of supplemental medical insurance, Medicare Advantage and its coordinated care plans and private fee-for-service, Medigap services, Medicare's relationship with private insurance, and dual eligibility, when Medicare beneficiaries are also available for Medicaid.
Medicare now offers many plans, including HMOs, PPOs, and private fee-for-service.
Part C, the program's most recent addition, allows beneficiaries to use a broad array of provider-sponsored plans, Medicare preferred provider organizations, private fee-for-service plans, and medical savings accounts.