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The combination of two therapeutic methods can have remarkable cooperative effect and reduce the medical expenses.
      
This development will translate into a great reduction in patient morbidity and medical expenses.
      
A large dose of contrast medium is not needed, thereby reducing medical expenses to a minimum.
      
The proper execution and interpretation of CT in this setting reduces morbidity, mortality, and medical expenses.
      
In France the obligatory social insurance system, called Social Security, reimburses most medical expenses for 99% of the population.
      
Participants were more likely to be 40-54 years of age versus younger or older, divorced/separated, and able to pay some/all medical expenses.
      
There is also a system under which the government pays all or part of medical expenses, and/or pays medical expenses not covered by insurance.
      
This is referred to collectively as the "medical expenses payment system" and includes the provision of medical assistance for specified intractable diseases.
      
Total medical expenses for the care of patients with each disease entity were also estimated.
      
The highest medical expenses were incurred for ventricular septal defect, congenital coagulation factor VIII disorders, atrial septal defect, tetralogy of Fallot, and spinal anomalies, in descending order of magnitude.
      
Although Japan currently has the lowest mortality from heart failure among those countries, the number of patients is gradually increasing as our lifestyle becomes more Westernized; the associated medical expenses are rapidly growing.
      
Reduction in headache patients' medical expenses associated with biofeedback and relaxation treatments
      
Both group's medical expenses were tracked for 6 months prior to and 6 months after the treatment time interval.
      
We then empirically examine how earnings and expected medical expenses are associated with low wage workers' ability to obtain insurance before and after enactment of federal benefit non-discrimination rules.
      
We find no evidence that the non-discrimination rules helped low wage workers (especially those with high own or children's expected medical expenses) to obtain insurance.
      
From a sample of low-income households, out-of-pocket medical expenses are found to average about $25 per month.
      
For each household, these expenses vary with annual income, type of insurance for medical care, priority of medical expenses, ethnicity, and number of ill family members.
      
These excess AOPs would cost $5.1, $7.6, or $9.2 million dollars in direct medical expenses, offsetting anticipated savings by 19.2%, 29.0%, or 34.9%.
      
This result is consistent with the possibility that they do so in order to gain access to employer-provided health insurance or to pay high outofpocket medical expenses.
      
You can deduct the cost of certain household equipment such as air filters and cleaners as medical expenses on our personal income tax.
      
 

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