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subscriber

(in managed care) an individual, agency, or employer that has contracted for services under a health plan.

subscriber,

n the person, usually the employee, who represents the family unit in relation to the prepayment plan. Other family members are
dependents. Also called
certificate holders or
enrollees.
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