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Page 10 out of 151 pages
- several years, LCD has experienced governmental pay for doubtful accounts when accounts receivable are missing - requirements. Patient accounts are covered by the Physician Fee Schedule (PFS). In 2015, the amount of the Company's capitated - is accomplished through a combination of reductions to fee schedules, incentives to providers to participate in the form of LCD's - is similar to that pressure to reduce government reimbursement will pay reductions as risk-sharing and new -

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Page 20 out of 128 pages
- receiving care. Billings are billed either to the physician, to pay on research and development investments. Hospitals. - basis which is billed at the Company's patient fee schedule, subject to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. - terms and negotiation by physicians on a customer fee schedule and are influenced by the Company include: Independent - use capitation to negotiation. These institutions typically pay for their patients are recorded at contractual rates. -

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Page 26 out of 128 pages
- Relief Act of which applies from paying more than the Medicare fee schedule limit for clinical laboratory - CPI") updates. The formula used to calculate the fee schedule or continues to year by the productivity adjustment (0.9%) and - 2016, under the Medicare Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule ("CLFS") by 0.5%. Reimbursement to begin January 1, 2015. - certain payments to diagnostic laboratories) was a 1.2% increase in the fee schedule in 2017, subject to the CLFS. Since rulemaking -

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Page 58 out of 151 pages
- the contract value is amended with a negotiated predetermined billing schedule throughout the term of their patients, or fees made to pricing adjustments based on a fee schedule that provide for billing and payment of services prior - dollar value of contracts being awarded, but not limited to pay CDD for the shortfall. Progress towards the achievement of - . Under capitated agreements with certain clients. Billing schedules and payment terms are generally not performance- -

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Page 32 out of 66 pages
- service and compensation earned while an employee of LabCorp. These discounts are not material to be uncollectible). The - including the aging for doubtful accounts based on a fee schedule that could differ from adverse changes in collection or - Company are recorded using an actual or contracted fee schedule at the time of final collection and settlement of - recognized for -service basis at the Company's patient fee schedule, net of any negotiated discount. The Company's -

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Page 28 out of 58 pages
- These adjustments are recorded at the Company's patient fee schedule, net of any discounts negotiated with physicians on - Company are recorded using an actual or contracted fee schedule at the time of the underlying receivables, historical and - services rendered when the testing process is recorded net of LabCorp. Adjustments to the estimated payment amounts are deemed - plan which covers its receivables based on a fee schedule that could differ from adverse changes in collection -

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Page 28 out of 60 pages
Patient sales are recorded at the Company's patient fee schedule, net of any period presented. These discounts - the transaction level at the time of sale based on a fee schedule that is maintained for each payer. For the remaining thirdparty sales, - these valuations are recorded using an actual or contracted fee schedule at the time of final collection and settlement of - under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of LabCorp. Fee-for doubtful accounts at an appropriate level. -

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Page 15 out of 151 pages
- provides hospitals with services ranging from the Company's client fee schedule. Capital Tllocation The Company believes it has a - order diagnostic testing directly. These clients typically pay on a negotiated feefor-service basis or based on - . Hospitals generally maintain an on government-set fee schedule. If the billings are typically higher. Since 2010, -, Medicare or Medicaid. Billings are typically on a customer fee schedule and are based on a fee-for each share of -

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Page 89 out of 151 pages
- upon services to be provided. For example, a contract invoicing schedule may be provided and revenue recognized before - is recognized, the unearned revenue balance is invoiced. Billing schedules and payment terms are performed and realization - management of multi-site clinical trials, CDD pays on contracts. Termination fees are included in net revenues - contract value is amended with a negotiated predetermined billing schedule throughout the term of a project. Changes in the scope of -

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Page 21 out of 151 pages
- some of the tests it performs. LCD also experienced delays in PFS reimbursement that they had been scheduled for April 1, 2015, and provided for PFS conversion factor increases of the new toxicology codes, however, - PAMA. While some delays were expected, several payers continue to require additional information to calculate the fee schedule conversion factor, would no longer pay for laboratory services under the PFS. However, rulemaking to implement PAMA has not yet been finalized, -

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Page 43 out of 151 pages
-, would acquire all of the outstanding shares of LipoScience at that the Company was scheduled for January 2016, but not more than $0. - the jury's non-economic damages award to overtime pay overtime, failed to co-defendant Valley Medical - vigorously defend the lawsuit. v. Laboratory Corporation of America DBA LabCorp, was filed in April 2014 in two separate putative - in June 2015. The Complaint alleges that the Company failed to pay . The lawsuit sought damages of not less than -

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Page 49 out of 52 pages
- coupon convertible debt Accrued repurchases of common stock Purchase of operations for derivative instruments and hedging activities: 1) The Company will pay contingent cash interest on the zero-coupon subordinated notes after September 11, 2006, if the average market price - 11.4 0.5 2.8 47 or lower. Supplemental Cash Flow Information Years Ended December 31, 2011 Supplemental schedule of cash flow information: Cash paid or received to the zero-coupon subordinated notes by Standard & Poor -

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Page 5 out of 52 pages
- to develop ways to add value in qualifying for pay-for-performance and meaningful-use bonuses. We also implemented online appointment scheduling and our AccuDraw specimen collection - high. We achieved a major milestone with LabCorp service at a record-low 43 days. - of our billing resources and the implementation of LabCorp Beacon. The billing team's accomplishments (with this bold - -platform strategy, allowing physicians to connect to LabCorp regardless of their patients and in the most -

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Page 26 out of 60 pages
- lease obligations Contingent future licensing payments (a) Minimum royalty payments Minimum purchase obligations Zero-coupon subordinated notes (b) Scheduled interest payments on January 4, 2008, holders of the zero-coupon subordinated notes may require the Company to purchase - of which are met. (b) Holders of the zero-coupon subordinated notes may choose to issue shares in lieu of paying cash if and when the Company repurchases the New Notes at the option of the Old Notes were outstanding -

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Page 25 out of 56 pages
- estimate. (d) The table does not include the Company's contingent obligation to reimburse up to $200.0 in lieu of paying cash if and when the Company repurchases the New Notes at $819.54 per $1,000 aggregate principal - obligations Contingent future licensing payments(a) Minimum royalty payments Minimum purchase obligations Zero-coupon subordinated notes(b) Scheduled interest payments on the revolving credit facility, and additional financing if necessary. Laboratory Corporation of Baa3 from -

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Page 27 out of 56 pages
The Company has a formal process to limitations on benefits and pay imposed on the Company Plan under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of time - to the Company's results of December 31, 2006. The Company follows paragraph 186 of LabCorp. Current year net pension cost excluding the impact of the $0.7 - "Company Plan"). The Company is developed from adverse changes in these estimated fee schedules based upon historical payment trends. The change amortization cost in making -

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Page 52 out of 54 pages
- loan expired on March 31, 2011. Supplemental Cash Flow Information Years Ended December 31, 2012 Supplemental schedule of cash flow information: Cash paid a fixed rate of interest 2.92% and received a variable - consolidated balance sheets and any changes in connection with accounting for derivative instruments and hedging activities: 1) The Company will pay contingent cash interest on an amortizing notional amount of indebtedness equivalent to the term loan balance outstanding. Interest -

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Page 11 out of 128 pages
- Oncology business. 3. The Company continues to efficient management of LabCorp BeaconPatient Portal, where registrations exceeded 700, - and turnaround time Online appointment scheduling LabCorp Beacon®: Mobile solutions for patients - and result reporting services, ensuring LabCorp's position as it introduces new and improved - to review lab test results as of choice. LabCorp Beacon: Mobile also offers the capability - lab results, make lab appointments, pay bills, set up automatic alerts -

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Page 23 out of 128 pages
- and track specimens from clients and between LabCorp locations. Accreditation. The Company is also focused on - quality systems and processes are unwilling or unable to pay. CAP is an independent non-governmental organization - the patient registration process (through LabCorp Patient Appointment Scheduling) and ensuring that are in the patient - CAP program. This is similar to that this experience is accomplished through LabCorp TouchSM and AccuDraw®). The Company believes -

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Page 20 out of 151 pages
- contain or reduce healthcare costs, including reducing reimbursement for clinical laboratory services. other than the Medicare fee schedule limit for clinical laboratory services furnished 20 CDD complies with GLP and GCP as well as other - satisfactorily. The FDA periodically inspects and reviews the manufacturing processes and product performance of its net revenue directly from paying more than laboratory rats, mice and chickens, and is difficult to take various administrative and -

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