dual choice

dual choice

adjective Referring to a health benefit offered by an employment group permitting eligible members of the group a choice between health plans, usually the employer’s primary insurer and an HMO. It is sometimes referred to as Section 1310.
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dual choice

Managed care A health benefit offered by an employment group permitting those eligible of the group a voluntary choice of health plans, usually the employer's primary insurer and an HMO; an HMO-like health plan with an indemnity plan. See Point-of-service plan.
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Eeco offers the dual choice of a five-seater or seven-seater.
Similar experimental procedures were followed as in the no-choice experiment, except that in the dual choice bioassay a larger arena was used (65 x 65 x 65 cm) and both intact uninfested and larval-infested cabbage plants were presented simultaneously to the test moths.
Dual choice test were also conducted to evaluate the visual effect of reproductive structures on the choice and orientation of the boll weevil.
An interesting examination of the spirituality of what runs our bodies, "Freedom in Your Relationship with Food" is a strong dual choice for spirituality and health collections.
NASA says the dual choice of name was a coincidence.
``Further consultation and pilots will determine whether single or dual choice menus will be introduced for the future.
MEAN ([+ or -]SE) NUMBER OF EGG MASSES AND EGGS LAID BY EUSCHISTUS HEROS ON ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL SUBSTRATES IN A DUAL CHOICE TEST (N = 5 PAIRS; 12 D), AND IN A MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST IN THE LABORATORY (N = 8 PAIRS; 3 D).
DUAL CHOICE: The new Audi S4 Quattro, available as a saloon or an Avant
The bruising taken by the two junior partners in the alternative coalitions on offer proved that Irish voters were not impressed at being offered a limited dual choice of Government.