PET - Plain English Taxonomy

Label: Expense Fees Excluding Medicare Benefit Amount
TREF ID: DE14060
Data Type: xbrli:monetaryItemType
Period Type: duration
Balance Type: debit
Business Description & Guidance:
This is the value, during the relevant period, for the total fee charged excluding the Medicare benefit component. 

Usage
Form Labels
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.
Label:
Guidance:
Fees excluding Medicare benefits
When reporting by age category, the fees charged should be reported against the relevant age at the time the treatment was done, not the against the age of the person in the current reporting period, because sometimes claims are made and benefits paid long after the actual treatment.