significant break in coverage

significant break in coverage

Under U.S. law, 63 consecutive days without creditable health insurance coverage.
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The certificate may indicate, when appropriate, simply that an individual has at least 18 months of coverage uninterrupted by a significant break in coverage, stating the date coverage began.
Days of creditable coverage before a significant break in coverage are not required to be counted in reducing the preexisting condition exclusion under the standard method, but are counted under the alternative method.