disenrolling

disenrolling

(ˌdɪsɪnˈrəʊlɪŋ)
n
the act of depriving enrolment
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It discusses banishment in general and in indigenous nations; the rise of the term AaAaAeA enrollmentAaAaAeA from the mid-1800s to early 1900s; the 1930s Indian New Deal era and the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act; the rise of Native nationalism and tribal sovereignty in the wake of federal policies of termination, relocation, and Public Law 280; specific Native nations that are disenrolling or banishing citizens and the factors involved; how indigenous and federal courts have addressed cases; and implications of these policies and actions for indigenous nationhood, citizenship, and the status of Native individuals in their own land and in the US, as well as reform ideas.
First, we do not know whether the apparently large difference that we observe in 2009-2010 is due to ineligibles disenrolling or just random variation.
As the premium is in dollar increments, the coefficient on the effective premium variable represents the incremental increase in the probability of disenrolling associated with a one-dollar change in the effective premium.
Even if the retiree doesn't disenroll and keeps his paid Tricare Prime enrollment, he should consider disenrolling the activated Reserve spouse so the Tricare records don't show two different enrollments for the Reserve member when she picks up her own entitlement.
Less than 24 hours later, Attorney General Greg Abbott successfully filed an appeal in the Fifth Circuit that granted the state an emergency stay - meaning the health department could start disenrolling clinics.
But online schools have access to a wealth of data to evaluate why students are disenrolling and make changes to reduce that rate," Ice says.
The option of disenrolling could preserve the patient's ability to seek Medicare reimbursement for the services of nonenrolled physicians, while introducing potential but probably surmountable problems of access to items or services ordered by a nonenrolled physician.
This means that seniors would stop receiving a Social Security check and would be required to repay any benefits received prior to disenrolling from Part A.
NAHU also said it would work to repeal a provision of the law dealing with Medicare Advantage that beginning January 1, would prevent beneficiaries from disenrolling from their Medicare Advantage plan in order to enroll in traditional Medicare.
The AOT group in this subset of laboratories that participated in PT for the full 13 years had lower PT failure rates overall than the AOT group in the total all laboratories data set (Figure 2), which included new laboratories enrolling and laboratories disenrolling during various years of the total 13-year timeframe.
In fact, VA estimates these fees could result in more than 213,000 veterans disenrolling.
Question 1: Holding other factors constant, are disabled persons more likely than other beneficiaries to cite particular reasons for disenrolling from their Medicare managed care plans?