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eligible

(el′ĭ-jĭ-bĭl) [L. eligibilis]
Qualified to be considered a candidate for a role, e.g., membership in a professional society or enrollment in an insurance program or a research study.
eligibility (el″ĭ-jĭ-bil′ĭt-ē)
References in classic literature ?
A man not eligible for a lieutenancy in the army unless he can prove four generations of noble descent?
He would be ELIGIBLE,' returned Traddles, with a strong emphasis on that word.
If Tim's eligible now, he was eligible the first time.
Dual eligibles will have a plan randomly chosen for them to make sure that they have Part D in place on time and their treatment is not interrupted.
The costs for the medications for dual eligibles are now split with the federal government.
Founded in 2003, Senior Whole Health offers intensive, integrated case management services for Medicare/Medicaid dual eligibles and Medicare Part D.
Using data from the CMS enrollment database, we compared the dually eligible beneficiaries and Medicare-only eligibles by compiling the percentage of respondents for both groups that fit into various demographic and medical condition categories.
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Cambridge, MA, Senior Whole Health is a privately-held company offering intensive, integrated case management services for Medicare/Medicaid dual eligibles and Medicare Part D.
However, CMS will automatically assign, on a pro-rata basis, those dual eligibles who do not enroll themselves in one of the PDP's whose bids for the standard product fall below the applicable regional benchmark calculated by CMS as a result of the bidding.
Blue Cross of California SmartValue PFFS plan is already being offered to seniors and other Medicare eligibles in San Francisco, Fresno, Santa Barbara and Yolo counties.
Because Verispan captures data from all payment types, including cash and Medicaid, analysis can be conducted among Medicare eligibles who do not have co-insurance or who may be considered "dual eligible" as a Medicaid patient.
They tend to be sicker, more depressed, and report more pain than Medicare-only eligible (Lied and Haffer, 2004).