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enrollee

an individual who has signed up to receive health care under a particular type of plan. Not applicable in Canada. Also called beneficiary member, participant.

enrollee

Health insurance An eligible person who is enrolled in a health plan or a member's qualifying dependent. See Beneficiary.

enrollee

(en-ro-le')
A person who is registered in and receives health care from a commercial or governmentally administered health plan.
Synonym: subscriber

enrollee,

n an individual covered by a benefit plan. See also beneficiary.
Entamoeba gingivalis
(en´təmē´bə),
n a genus of protozoan found in the oral cavity; repeatedly, but not conclusively, associated with the initiation and continuation of periodontitis.
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With few exceptions, notably age and state of residence, children in the established enrollee sample closely resemble the children in the recent enrollee sample (Table 1).
There is a clear need to develop better estimates of dual (Medicare and Medicaid) enrollees and the subpopulation of dual enrollees who receive full Medicaid benefits.
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This paper answers three specific research questions: What type of health insurance coverage, if any, did HIFA enrollees report just prior to enrollment in the HIFA program?
For a new enrollee with family income near the poverty level, this may be significant if the child has no immediate need for health care.
In 2016, HHS plans to start publishing the enrollee survey results itself.