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TPA

(organic chemistry)

TPA

TPA

(Transient Program Area) See transient area.
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I'll preface my comments by saying TPAs traditionally are centered in the micro- and small-plan market, but fundamentally for most plan sponsors, the value of a TPA will be found in supplementing their HR [human resource] departments-particularly [with everything concerning] the design and implementation of benefits," Shelton says.
It also has become an issue in litigation if the TPA receives compensation from any other sources for services to be rendered in connection to the plan.
The TPA will believe in and promote transparency at all levels of business.
Many also relied more heavily on the TPA to guide claims handling and truly be an extension of a claims department that had seen a reduction in personnel.
TPA represents the most abundant cytokeratins pattern in malignant epithelial differentiation.
The current study did not address the possible incremental benefit from endovascular treatment of patients with a persistent occlusion following intravenous TPA treatment.
Third Party Administrator veterans Tom Slack and LaRea Albert founded Lone Star TPA (LSTPA) to provide comprehensive benefit administration for self-funded employers in Texas and nationwide.
The deal, under whose terms Wells Fargo TPA staff will join HealthSmart, is expected to close by the year-end.