Carve-out coverage | definition of carve-out coverage by Medical dictionary
carve-out coverage Managed care The provision of certain benefits–'coverage' by an insurance plan through a contract with a separate set of providers. See Coverage.
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Accident carve-out coverage
allows primary writers to "carve out" the accidental death risk while keeping more predictable mortality risks, such as death from sickness, disease and natural causes.
It would appear that in order for carve-out programs to work as intended, the carve-out coverage
will need to be actively designed to avoid Section 79 status.