disenrollment

The formal leaving of a managed care plan or other health coverage program; the termination of a person’s or group’s membership in a health plan

disenrollment

(dis″ĕn-rōl′mĕnt)
The termination of a person's health insurance coverage by the insurer or the withdrawal from coverage by the insured.
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The proposed rule has already led to disenrollment from public health programs.
(1) An important indicator of health plan quality is the rate of voluntary disenrollment, which CMS has reported since 2000.
FRIDAY, July 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- For patients with mental health (MH) disorders, disenrollment in Medicaid is associated with a reduction in the likelihood of receiving any outpatient service and any MH-related outpatient service, according to a study published in the August issue of Medical Care.
The data showed that 8.3 million children currently receiving Medicaid, CHIP or SNAP benefits are potentially at risk of disenrollment.
The fact that the Arkansas work experiment (5) has been implemented to predictably disastrous effect with mass disenrollment ongoing as of December 2018, that in turn caused the state and the federal government to already begin modifying its crucial reporting requirements simply has happened because the lawsuit to stop it was not filed until several months after its June 1, 2018 start date.
The Open Enrollment Period for residents in Tennessee will take the place of the Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP) which was January 1 through February 14 every year.
Since no data were collected after disenrollment, their fate is unknown.
We find that the CMS-HCC model reduced the phenomenon that MA plans avoid high-cost beneficiaries in traditional Medicare plans, whereas it led to increased disenrollment of high-cost beneficiaries, conditional on illness severity, from MA plans.
Noting that time was running out on the program, the advocates stated that "Many states are just weeks away from setting in motion processes to establish waiting lists and send out disenrollment notices to families.
Dismembered: Native Disenrollment and the Battle for Human Rights
Previous research (Bansak and Raphael 2007 and Wolfe and Scrivner 2005) suggests that, in general, increases in the complexity of application and renewal requirements within public insurance programs will lead to reductions in take-up rates and increases in disenrollment rates among those eligible.