indemnity plan

indemnity plan,

n 1. a plan that provides payment to the insured for the cost of dental care but makes no arrangement for providing care itself.
2. a dental plan in which a third-party payer provides payment of an amount for specific services regardless of the actual charges made by the provider. Payment may be made to enrollees or by assignment directly to dental professionals. Schedule of allowances, table of allowances, and reasonable and customary plans are examples of indemnity plans.
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The indemnity plan must in this case at least a basic cover lump sum of 3,000,000 EUR for property damage and personal injury and 1 million EUR for pecuniary damage have.
We focus on those enrolled in HMOs but also compare results to those for enrollees in the indemnity plan.
Indemnity plan (or fixed benefit): Indemnity plans pay a fixed amount for specific services rendered; the amounts are predefined.
The rates are considerably lower than what we have been receiving from Blue Cross' indemnity plan," Smith said.
In addition to two large private MC plans, residents were covered by a large indemnity plan and by MC and non-MC Medicare plans.
Preferred Provider Organization (PPO): This type of insurance plan combines elements of the traditional indemnity plan with those of an HMO.
With an indemnity plan (sometimes called fee-for-service), you can use any medical provider (such as a doctor and hospital).
In an extension to an existing contract with Aetna US Healthcare, LabCorp has been selected to provide lab services to Aetna's PPO, POS, and indemnity plan members nationwide, as well as most of its HMO members.
If an employee has 25 years or more of county service, he is entitled to a total subsidy of his insurance premium based on the county's indemnity plan.
As of January 1995, 24 states paid the full cost for employee-only coverage under the most popular indemnity plan, a decline from 25 states in 1994; the number paying 80 percent or more decreased from 43 to 42 states (Exhibit 2).
Holston's company, CIBA Vision, manufacturers of contact lenses, had a self-insured traditional indemnity plan at that time.