noncoverage


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noncoverage

(ˌnɒnˈkʌvərɪdʒ)
n
the state of lacking coverage, usually in reference to insurance
adj
(Insurance) insurance relating to a lack of insurance coverage for medical care
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Their out-of-pocket costs are consistently higher than men's, primarily due to noncoverage or limits on sexual and reproductive health services, and they are often prevented by law or custom from obtaining care.
At Munger's practice in Overland Park, Kansas, staff members routinely ask patients who come in for a wellness visit to sign an "advance beneficiary notice of noncoverage" acknowledging that they understand Medicare may not pay for some of the services they receive.
Data were weighted to adjust for noncoverage and nonresponse and represent the total population of women with a live birth in each state in 2015.
They said some indicators, such as the experience of hunger and noncoverage of health insurance, to determine extent of poverty in the country may be included.
After daycare provider and parents settled under a Miller-Shugart agreement, insurer moved for summary judgment on grounds of noncoverage and collusion.
In cases where DENR-EMB finds that an ECC is not applicable, a Certificate of Noncoverage (CNC) shall be issued confirming that the proposed project is not part of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and poses no environmental threat.
All regressions used PRAMS analytic weights to account for sampling, nonresponse, and noncoverage in the survey.
This means that members of HCSM are not subject to the tax penalties for noncoverage.
If the Medicare patient doesn't have a drug plan for those vaccines, or if the information in the system isn't up to date, it's a good idea to download the Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) of Noncoverage from the Medicare website and have the patient sign it.
All results, excepted for the reweighted results, were weighted using publicly available examination weights to account for different probabilities of selection, nonresponse, and noncoverage (Johnson et al.
Buto noted that noncoverage decisions are rarely issued and suggested that "there is an opportunity for us to take a look at whether we would advise CMS to take a look at using more of those tools more aggressively."
BRFSS uses a complex sampling design and CDC provides appropriate weights to adjust for survey noncoverage and nonresponses.