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[fee-fer-sur-vis] /ˈfi fərˈsɜr vɪs/
pertaining to the charging of fees for specific services rendered in health care, as distinguished from participating in a prepaid medical practice:
fee-for-service medicine. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Most notably, it's based on the fee-for-service model that produces high costs and poor care.
  • If the programme works properly, doctors can monitor all aspects of care, in contrast to the fragmented fee-for-service system.
  • The doctor is being reimbursed on a fee-for-service basis, so he or she has no incentive to reduce the amount of service provided.
  • There will be no way to pay for health care without moving to a universal single payer without fee-for-service.
  • We need a single payer, no fee-for-service, private non-profit.
  • We need to eliminate fee-for-service, to minimize the incentive to over-treat.
  • Others, perhaps, think that the fee-for-service system is inherently flawed.
  • As for health care, only a single payer that drops fee-for-service will do the trick.
  • Such liquid markets are different from the fee-for-service arrangements that pertain to such things as watershed management.
  • We need to eliminate fee-for-service to get rid of the temptation to overtreat.

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