Are Medicare third-party reimbursements to hospitals covered by the Drug-Free Workplace Act?
No, it doesn’t work that way. HMOs and PPOs just give you more coverage. There are also other, less popular types of insurance. Point-of-service (POS) assumes that you will pay less when you use in-network doctors and hospitals. Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) is the same as an HMO, but without a primary care doctor and mandatory referrals to specialists. I chose the plan from the list because I’ve been comparing medigap g vs n for a long time. I decided it was better to pay a little more while I was young. Later I will change it as necessary, but I don’t want to give up my hobbies either.
No, because such sales are not made through a procurement contract or a grant. However, hospitals that receive procurement contracts or grants must meet the requirements of the Act. Are banks and other financial institutions selling U.S. Treasury bonds covered by the Drug-Free Workplace Act? No, because such sales are not made through a procurement contract or a grant. However, such institutions that receive procurement contracts or grants must meet the requirements of the Act. Are contracts awarded with non-appropriated funds subject to the provisions of the Drug-Free Workplace Act? No. Funds explicitly identified as non-appropriated are excluded from the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and, therefore, are not subject to the Drug-Free Workplace Act. Are contractors or grantees performing work in Federal facilities required to have Drug-Free Workplace programs? Yes. Is the retail purchase of utility services by the Federal government covered by the FAR and, therefore, subject to
*Sadly, we had to bring back ads too. Hopefully more targeted.