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enrollment

The act of placing subjects in a clinical trial.

enrollment

Clinical trials The placing of a subject in a clinical trial. See Federal open enrollment, Open enrollment, State open enrollment Health insurance A term that refers to the total number of enrollees in a health plan; may also be used to refer to the process of enrolling people in a health plan.

enroll

, enrol (en-rōl′)
To register or be registered as a participant in a clinical trial, course of study, or insurance plan.
enrollee (-rō-lē′) enroller (-rōl′ĕr) enrollment (-rōl′mĕnt)
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If you've answered the questions in part one, you probably have a sense of which enrollment would work best.
The study period was from 2001 to 2007 and focused on the impact of outreach and enrollment strategies on the number of new enrollments in public insurance programs for children in California counties with CHIs.
Another way of counting enrollment is by full-time equivalents, which is how many students a university would have if all were taking classes full time.
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According to him, since he took over at the junior college, enrollment has increased by 30 percent.
We also have to train the enrollers on the enrollment process.
Managers of state-based exchanges are trying to win back the hearts of health insurers by setting up special enrollment period verification efforts of their own.
Belton and other Southern officials cite stepped-up recruiting efforts, strengthened partnerships with area high schools and community colleges, and a beefed-up recruiting staff as key factors in the enrollment reversal, despite state-aid cuts for the student-aid-dependent institution.
As the chart shows, Spanish courses were by far the most popular, accounting for more than half of all enrollments in languages other than English.
Overall, enrollment is continuing on an upward trend.