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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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1, FHS will have ceased offering its HMO product in 82 counties, affecting 57,000 Medicare enrollees.
The screening/assessment pro,ram can be utilized for new Medicaid/medicare managed care enrollees to provide early referral of cases to case managers and specialists as well as identify current enrollees with emerging chronic or high-tisk conditions.
In July 1997, the New England Journal of Medicine published a study comparing hospital utilization rates among HMO and FFS Medicare enrollees in the year before the HMO enrollees left FFS Medicare to join an HMO, and in the three months after some of the HMO enrollees disenrolled and returned to FFS Medicare.
It will be difficult for the program to implement cuts to the rates it pays physicians, or to expand coverage to two to three million new enrollees without widening the gap in access to care between Medi-Cal enrollees and the general insured population - and running afoul of federal law requiring equal access to services.
The best measure of hospital day utilization is patient days per 1,000 enrollees per year ("enrollee" includes the employee and his or her enrolled spouse and children).
Although OPM had promised that the new self-plus-one option would lower costs for enrollees, in some cases enrollees will be charged more for selecting the self-plus-one plan than they will if they stay in the family plan.
To control for differences in benefit generosity, we also constructed three measures of the cost sharing faced by enrollees in each BCBS plan: one specific to prescription drugs, another for physician visits, and a third for all nonprescription drug utilization.
One certain reason enrollees are continually satisfied is that 2012 premiums are lower on average than 2011 premiums.
Costs for enrollees have been higher than anticipated, possibly because of deferred health care prior to their enrollment, he said.
Prices increased at similar rates for the 96 drugs frequently used by BCBS FEP Medicare enrollees and the 91 drugs frequently used by BCBS FEP non-Medicare enrollees.
The data for this analysis were drawn from surveys of 16,700 SCHIP enrollees fielded in 10 states in 2002.
During the past year, 26 percent of CDHP enrollees didn't fill a prescription because of cost, compared to only 15 percent in traditional plans.