Reciprocal billing report, Canada, 1999/2000: H115-9/2000E-PDF
The Reciprocal Billing agreement, which became effective April 1 of 1988, allows physicians to bill their own provincial and territorial medical care plans for services provided to residents of other jurisdictions. The physician receives payment from the medical care plan and the medical care recovers the payment amount from the medical care plan of the patient’s home province or territory. The Reciprocal Billing Report, Canada, 1999/2000 presents two sets of tables, summary and detailed. The summary tables indicate the total number of services and cost per service. The detailed tables show utilization for each individual province by home province of the patient and host province of the provider. Both summary and detailed tables show breakdowns by physician specialty and type of service.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Institute for Health Information.|
|Title||Reciprocal billing report, Canada, 1999/2000|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Subject Terms||Health care facilities, Emergency services, Health care|
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