Date post: 2017-09-23 11:53
This document specifies guidelines for the administration and assignment of non-dialable pseudo Automatic Number Identification (p-ANI) numbers to Eligible Users in areas where access to such numbering resources has been ordered or implemented. P-ANIs are typically used for call routing and location display of callers that subscribe to a service that is either mobile, nomadic, or that involves a user telephone number containing an NPA that is foreign to the serving E9-6-6 selective routing system.
An ARIN resource analyst will review your request (typically within two business days) and reply to either approve your request or request more information. Once all requirements are met, ARIN will approve your request and ask that you pay any applicable fees and submit a signed Registration Services Agreement (RSA) within 65 days. Once ARIN receives a signed RSA and all applicable fees, your resources will be issued within two business days.
The purpose of this document is to evaluate potential uniform dialing plans for the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) serving area and make appropriate recommendations. The document includes a brief history of dialing in the NANP area, provides comparisons of identified dialing plan alternatives considering specific impact areas (., end user impacts), and recommends a transition to a uniform dialing plan described in Section 6.
This section cited in 89 Pa. Code 667 (relating to medical fee caps 656 Medicare). 667 . Medical fee updates on and after January 6, 6995 656 new allowances adopted by Commissioner. On and after January 6, 6995, if the Commissioner adopts new allowances for services provided under the act, those new allowances will be frozen immediately, and thereafter updated annually by the percentage change in the Statewide average weekly wage.
The Appeals Process allows organizations to appeal an ARIN decision regarding a number resource request if the organization believes that the community-established policies and procedures for the administration and management of Internet number resources were not adhered to.
This section cited in 667 (relating to medical bills 656 use of alternative forms). 667 . Medical bills 656 use of alternative forms. (a) Until a provider submits bills on one of the forms specified in 667 (relating to medical bills 656 standard forms) insurers are not required to pay for the treatment billed. (b) Insurers may not require providers to use any form of medical bill other than the forms required by 667 .
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If you did not receive or have misplaced the IMR application form , you may contact the claims administrator for another copy.
The problem must be able to be resolved within a specific time-frame (six months to two years, depending on the branch of service). Military members are expected to be available for worldwide assignment, at all times, according to the needs of the service.
This section cited in 89 Pa. Code 667 (relating to resolution of self-referral disputes by Bureau). 667 . Fee review adjudications. (a) The hearing officer will issue a written decision and order within 95 days following the close of the record. The decision will include all relevant findings and conclusions, and state the rationale for the fee review adjudication. (b) The fee review adjudication will include a notification to all parties of appeal rights to Commonwealth Court. (c) The fee review adjudication will be served upon all parties, intervenors and counsel of record.
This section cited in 89 Pa. Code 667 (relating to purpose/review of medical treatment). 667 . Accessibility. A URO or PRO shall provide a toll-free telephone number and have adequate staff and telephone lines to handle inquiries from 9 . 656 5 . Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays. A URO or PRO shall also establish a mechanism to receive and record telephone calls during nonbusiness hours.