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uninsured

(ŭn″in-shoord′)
Not indemnified by either a private or publicly funded health insurance plan. In 2011, approximately 50 million Americans were uninsured.
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8 Source: Author's calculations * Existing 30 per cent rebate plus the new rebate for people aged 65-69 and 70+ ** Rebate required for a previously uninsured person to buy insurance at the same price as an insured person
A second, related, factor is the realization that an uninsured person has no regular provider--primary care or mental health.
d) Office-based physicians' charity care hours per uninsured person.
Closer proximity to a CHC significantly reduces the probability that an uninsured person reports having had an unmet medical need or having postponed or delayed obtaining needed medical care.
If an uninsured person can't afford care, often the only option is Medicaid.
4 billion, or $1,180 per uninsured person, with significant savings likely through better health, preventive care and reduced spending by "safety net" providers, according to a new study from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
By excluding any uninsured person who had had or could have qualified for insurance two years before visiting the hospital, CHW's newest policy would exclude 99 percent of the uninsured population.
It means that the ranks of uninsured persons in 37 states will not be swelling by more than 6 million, bad debt will not rise, and insurance markets will not be disrupted.
Prior to the 2006 reform, health care institutions that provided care to uninsured persons were reimbursed through the state's Uncompensated Care Pool.
Moritz explained, the story was about three people in the Texarkana area and the difference in how the two adjoining states deal with medically uninsured persons.
For low-income uninsured persons in Dane County, the St.
She explained that the Health Ministry would propose legal changes stipulating that medically uninsured persons who were not socially underprivileged and still wanted to have their medical services covered by the National Health Insurance Fund had to pay all unpaid healthcare insurance installments since 2000 to restore their rights as medically insured persons.