billhead

[bil-hed]
noun
1.
a sheet of paper with a printed heading, usually giving one's name and address, on which a statement of money due is rendered.
2.
the heading itself.
3.
a printed form for itemized statements.

Origin:
1835–45; bill1 + head

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Bills rendered by ambulance services may be submitted on billhead, as may bills from foreign providers.
Charge for you services may be presented in the space below or your billhead stationary.
Charges by hospitals, pharmacies, and nursing homes may be itemized on billhead stationary.
Nursing homes must itemize charges for appliances, supplies or services on the provider's billhead stationery.
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