noncoverage


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noncoverage

adjective Referring to a lack of insurance benefits, usually used in the context of limited access to 'covered' medical care. Cf Coverage.
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Weighting methods allow researchers to compensate for nonresponse, noncoverage, and conform to external values.
To reduce the effects of any nonresponse and noncoverage bias in the sample, we applied a poststratification adjustment, using demographic distributions from the most recent Current Population Survey.
The City Defendant argues that Plaintiff's complaint against the City Defendant arose in Kings County, as the services for which Plaintiff now seeks a declaration of noncoverage were provided at Kings County Hospital, which is located in Kings County.
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Insurers in the individual market used to be able to keep premiums relatively low, and profits up, through use of preexisting coverage exclusions, benefit exclusions including noncoverage for maternity care or prescription drugs, and high cost sharing.
This fourfold difference should be large enough to allow the salary data to discriminate between the various schemes, which are ranked in Table 1 from least aggressive to most aggressive, in terms of the combined impact of the assumptions about noncoverage and convexity.
Luke, "Reevaluating the need for concern regarding noncoverage bias in landline surveys," American Journal of Public Health, vol.
The noncoverage part of the objective function is also better in the case of the CRO solution, whereas the electromagnetic field is quite similar in both solutions.
References [22, 23] aim at improving network coverage ratio and maintaining network connectivity when there are noncoverage areas or shadow zones.
Sample weights, which account for the differential probabilities of selection, nonresponse, and noncoverage, were incorporated into the variance estimation process.
In any case, in deciding whether to maintain coverage instead of simply paying the penalty, taxpayers will also have to consider many factors including the risks of noncoverage, availability of a premium tax credit under Sec.
QIOs investigate individual patient complaints about the quality of care and respond to (1) requests for review of notices of noncoverage issued by hospitals to beneficiaries, and (2) requests for reconsideration of QIO decisions by beneficiaries, physicians, and hospitals.