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capitation

a tax levied on the basis of a fixed amount per head
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In the 1990s, capitation was touted as the wave of the future.
The regulations define the capitation fee as 'any kind of donation or contribution or payment, by whatever name, other than the fee approved by the Regulatory Authority'.
'The additional funds will cater for capitation for new students and bursaries.'
FINANCIAL CRISESOther institutions facing financial crises include Lechagu, Kio and Mutara secondary schools.The government has, however, indicated that this year's capitation, which amounts to S6 billion, will only be disbursed through the Nemis system.
This comes on the back of the implementation of the Strengthening Social Accountability for Social Protection Project, aimed at empowering key stakeholders to monitor the disbursement of the Capitation Grant and the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) in the Municipality.
19 October 2018 - Maine, US-based healthcare service and technology company Citra Health Solutions has acquired Oregon, US-based healthcare data solution provider DataWing Software, to expand capabilities for eligibility and capitation management, the company said.
"If you're spending your night awake because you have not got the funds to run the school effectively, you are not focused on what you should be, which is 91k running costs but grant[euro]46,000 a year snb no improving teaching and learning for pupils." The Social Democrats also called on the Government to restore capitation rates for primary schools in this year's Budget.
Also, under the proposed changes, no school will be allowed to charge any capitation fee ( directly or indirectly) from the students.
One is capitation, which goes to schools in the counties directly.
In the brave new world of capitation, this will result in real costs to the patients crossing the AC/PAC divide as well as the entity holding the "pot" filled with capitation rewards and risks (be they hospitals, health systems, physician practices or insurance companies).
While the Federal government has tinkered with the payment system in the past, it has been unwilling to bite the political bullet necessary to discard the fee-for-service payment system and announce a plan to transition to capitation as the primary payment methodology.
In some circumstances, they receive capitation payments as a reimbursement method from the HMO.