disenrollment

The formal leaving of a managed care plan or other health coverage program; the termination of a person’s or group’s membership in a health plan

disenrollment

(dis″ĕn-rōl′mĕnt)
The termination of a person's health insurance coverage by the insurer or the withdrawal from coverage by the insured.
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The lowest 90-day plan cancellation rate -- called rapid disenrollment -- which, at just 0.
More recent analyses of SCHIP enrollment patterns have used the renewal month as a control variable when examining the effect of premiums on enrollment and disenrollment behaviors (Kenney et al.
We note, however, that this choice may introduce recall bias for some survey items due to the time elapsed between the disenrollment and related decisions about subsequent coverage and the survey field pedod.
There is now a 45-day Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP) that runs each year from January 1-February 14 and affects seniors in the following situations:
The immediate effect of these policy changes was a dramatic disenrollment among OHP Standard enrollees.
While these studies have identified significant deleterious effects for beneficiaries associated with involuntary disenrollment from a Medicare HMO, such as increased out-of-pocket expenditures for prescription drugs, higher premium prices for supplemental coverage, and disruptions in their usual source of care, they have not provided an account of the utilization and expenditure impact.
This negative affect has pressured enrollment and premium growth in this business segment due to in-group disenrollment resulting from layoffs, decreased sales of complementary products and pricing pressures as employers look to contain benefit costs.
As for the disenrollment issue, the Henthorn/Pata/Lohse family traces its lineage through Ida Louella Henthorn Pata, who was the daughter of Myrtle and Ben Henthorn.
When the premium changes occurred, the FHKP had a passive renewal process, and the average monthly disenrollment rate among families with 101 and 200 percent FPL was approximately 3 percent.
General Accounting Office (1996;1997) recommended public disclosure of disenrollment rates from Medicare managed care plans to help Medicare beneficiaries choose among competing plans, seeing voluntary disenrollment rates as a valuable indicator of plan quality.
TriZetto systems and services have helped us sustain our competitively low disenrollment rate of just under 5 percent.
Genevieve Kenney (Volume I) used administrative data from two states, Arizona and Kentucky, to assess the impact of SCHIP premiums on enrollment and disenrollment in the SCHIP program.