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13:40 Jul 28, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Insurance treminology, see below
1. Dispense fee co-pay (a deductible)
2. DIN
3. AHFS codes
4. USC codes

Thank you all
Ernesto Leigh
Chile
Local time: 03:32
Spanish translation:See below
Explanation:
Dispense a fee co-pay (deductible)= me parece a mi que el termino "dispense" en este sentido significa: "to determine (rather than to dispense) la co-cuota/o la co-prima a pagar (deducible; es decir, el cliente decide que tipo de deducible le merece la pena y dependiendo en eso se determina el deducible de la poliza.
DNI= Document Identificacion Number or Date Identification Number (depends on your context), segun acronym finder.
AHFS=American Hospital Formulary SErvices (I imagine this applies to your health insurance policies)
USC codes=this could be a myriad of things, here are some: United States Codes, United States Citizen, United Sugar Company ;o) Check http://www.acronymfinder.com to see which one might meet your requirements.

Happy translating! ;o)

P.S.: Ernie, won't you be glad when you are thru with this insurance garbage? he he ;o) As glad as when I am thru with my technological analysis of surgical catgut! (no doubt!)
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Maria
Local time: 01:32
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Thank you María (again). You seem to have this terminology down. And, thanks too for the tip (acronym finder).About the term dispense however, let me give you a little extra context. Subject multiple deductible types. The list goes: .....co-pay/co-insurance, formulary/non-formulary co-insurance,maintenance/regular product co-insurance, dispense fee co-pay, dispense fee co-insurance and annual lifetime maximums. Ain't that a handful???
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Explanation:
Dispense a fee co-pay (deductible)= me parece a mi que el termino "dispense" en este sentido significa: "to determine (rather than to dispense) la co-cuota/o la co-prima a pagar (deducible; es decir, el cliente decide que tipo de deducible le merece la pena y dependiendo en eso se determina el deducible de la poliza.
DNI= Document Identificacion Number or Date Identification Number (depends on your context), segun acronym finder.
AHFS=American Hospital Formulary SErvices (I imagine this applies to your health insurance policies)
USC codes=this could be a myriad of things, here are some: United States Codes, United States Citizen, United Sugar Company ;o) Check http://www.acronymfinder.com to see which one might meet your requirements.

Happy translating! ;o)

P.S.: Ernie, won't you be glad when you are thru with this insurance garbage? he he ;o) As glad as when I am thru with my technological analysis of surgical catgut! (no doubt!)


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Maria
Local time: 01:32
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 1496
Grading comment
Thank you María (again). You seem to have this terminology down. And, thanks too for the tip (acronym finder).About the term dispense however, let me give you a little extra context. Subject multiple deductible types. The list goes: .....co-pay/co-insurance, formulary/non-formulary co-insurance,maintenance/regular product co-insurance, dispense fee co-pay, dispense fee co-insurance and annual lifetime maximums. Ain't that a handful???
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