Physician contingency reserve

Physician contingency reserve,

Definition of Physician contingency reserve:

  1. A stored amount of funds made up of money deducted from a claim. Prior to paying the doctor, this amount is kept by the health plan. This is done to motivate the physician to provide appropriate care. The amount kept is sometimes paid to the physician later on or it may be used toward claims that must be paid.

Meaning of Physician contingency reserve & Physician contingency reserve Definition