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American Association For Homecare An industry association for the home care industry, including home IV therapy, home medical services and manufacturers, and home health providers. AAHomecare was created through the merger of the Health Industry Distributors Association's Home Care Division (HIDA Home Care), the Home Health Services and Staffing Association (HHSSA), and the National Association for Medical Equipment Services (NAMES).
American Association Of Homes And Services For The Aging (aahsa) AAHSA represents not-for-profit organizations dedicated to providing high quality health care, housing and services to the nation's elderly. Its memberships consists of over 5,000 not-for-profit nursing homes, continuing care retirement communities, senior housing facilities, assisted living and community services. AAHSA organizations serve more than one million older persons of all income levels, creed and races. It serves these members by representing the concerns of not-for-profit organizations that serve the elderly through interaction with Congress and Federal agencies. It also strives to enhance the professionalism of practitioners and facilities through the Certification Program for Retirement Housing professionals, the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, conferences and programs offered by the AAHSA Professional Development Institute and publications representing current thinking in the long-term care and retirement housing fields.
Annual Election Period The Annual Election Period for Medicare beneficiaries is the month of November each year. Enrollment will begin the following January. Starting in 2002, this is the only time in which all Medicare+Choice health plans will be open and accepting new members.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: A plaintiff ’s own negligent actions may contribute to the injury sustained. Six states adhere to the doctrine of contributory negligence. In these states any negligence on the plaintiff ’s part automatically bars recovery for damages. In the remaining states differing forms of comparative negligence are used. Under comparative negligence doctrines, damages are proportionally reduced according to the plaintiff ’s negligence.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: Compensatory damages awarded to plaintiff winners were reduced in 15% of tort trials disposed in the national sample in 2005. These awards were reduced by 40% on average.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: In two-fifths of the premises liability trials with a plaintiff winner, the compensatory awards were reduced due to the plaintiff ’s own negligence. The award reduction in these premises liability trials was, on average, about 51%.
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