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enrollee

an individual who has signed up to receive health care under a particular type of plan. Not applicable in Canada. Also called beneficiary member, participant.

enrollee

Health insurance An eligible person who is enrolled in a health plan or a member's qualifying dependent. See Beneficiary.

enrollee

(en-ro-le')
A person who is registered in and receives health care from a commercial or governmentally administered health plan.
Synonym: subscriber

enrollee,

n an individual covered by a benefit plan. See also beneficiary.
Entamoeba gingivalis
(en´təmē´bə),
n a genus of protozoan found in the oral cavity; repeatedly, but not conclusively, associated with the initiation and continuation of periodontitis.
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If the Medicare fee-for-service program offered enrollees the kind of annual out-of-pocket spending cap that Affordable Care Act-compliant private major medical plans now provide, "the addition of an annual cap would reduce the need of some beneficiaries to purchase supplemental insurance," James Cosgrove, a GAO director, writes in a new GAO report.
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Plans that improve the quality of care they deliver to enrollees will see higher updates and can grow and enhance the benefits they offer to enrollees.
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This paper answers three specific research questions: What type of health insurance coverage, if any, did HIFA enrollees report just prior to enrollment in the HIFA program?
We find that new enrollees had first-month claims experience that was nearly $29 lower per enrollee than that for those who were continuously enrolled.
To what extent do Medicaid enrollees move across states, causing national Medicaid enrollment estimates to be artificially high and uninsured estimates to be artificially low?
Costs for enrollees have been higher than anticipated, possibly because of deferred health care prior to their enrollment, he said.
Key findings include that nearly one of every five Part D non-LIS enrollees reached the coverage gap in 2009 and that among Part D non-LIS enrollees who filled one or more prescriptions in 2009 about one in five had spending high enough to reach the coverage gap.
The private organizations that run Medicare Advantage plans are supposed to avoid using premium rates, plan features, or other underwriting techniques to "cherry pick," or attract healthier enrollees and repel enrollees with health problems.
The Insurance Department urges enrollees covered through Fox to look for letters being mailed to them this week by CMS explaining the agency's decision to cancel Fox and the options now available to them.