covered lives

covered lives

The number of people (and their dependents) enrolled in a particular health insurance program.
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The insurer now has a total enrollment in New Hampshire of 22,300 covered lives, according to the company.
The Company also announced that it has recently expanded the services, conditions being managed and the covered lives under management for three of the Company's current disease management clients.
The best comparison is to review the use of bed days per thousand covered lives per year.
Hospitals, insurers and other health care providers offer discounts to large purchasers in exchange for the volume of covered lives they can deliver as patients.
The organization therefore gets Kairos' expertise in contracting, while managed care gains access to Kairos' wider geographic base and 20,000 covered lives.
In response to pressure from MCOs, providers often band together to accept risk, manage populations of covered lives, and share revenues.
Increases its Retail and Mail Order Prescription Drug Covered Lives
The 2006/07 NRC Healthcare Market Guide study surveyed over 200,000 households representing 400,000 covered lives in the contiguous 48 states and the District of Columbia.
These activities are undertaken to complement the development of an integrated delivery system (IDS) that will be positioned to gain access to the covered lives necessary to effectively compete in a managed care environment.
APS Healthcare, one of the country's leading specialty healthcare companies, has recently been awarded 18 new and expanded care management and behavioral health/employee assistance program (EAP) contracts, totaling more than 760,000 covered lives, in the private and public sectors.
HMO membership increased from 440,000 covered lives at December 31, 1993 to 470,000 at March 31, 1994, an increase of 30,000 lives.
AEPC will endorse ICM and encourage its 26 organizations, totaling 200,000 covered lives, to offer this important health management and cost savings program to its members.