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v. i.1.To erase from a roll or list.
[imp. & p. p. Disenrolled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Disenrolling.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Kevin Robertson, senior vice president, chief revenue officer at HSA Bank, says, "If you don't want that to happen, you have to take an active effort to disenroll from Medicare.
CMS's aim in developing the Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Disenrollment Reasons Survey was to help plans identify reasons why their members disenroll and provide consumers with easy-to-understand, valid, and reliable information as a useful supplement to existing measures of beneficiaries' experiences with their MA plans and PDPs.
This MADP would only allow beneficiaries to disenroll from their Medicare Advantage coverage and switch back to Original Medicare, they couldn't switch from MA plan to MA plan.
As such, the government needs to work arduously to enforce enrolment in Fata schools, considering all factors that motivate a decision by parents to disenroll their daughters and sons.
OLE Health, a large health provider based in Napa Valley, Calif., that serves many immigrants, said it has seen patients disenroll from Medicaid in the past year.
Advocates and social service providers are also already seeing a "chilling effect" caused by fear and misinformation that is leading immigrants who aren't subject to the public charge test or who use programs other than those listed in the new rule to disenroll themselves or their citizen family members from public benefits they are legally entitled to access.
But on Monday morning, she stopped by an aid center to disenroll her 13-year-old daughter from Medicaid.
No action is required by beneficiaries, and enrollees are able to disenroll from any TRICARE plan at any time.
This volume examines the origins and significance of tribal disenrollment, in which Native governments banish, deny, or disenroll Native citizens, and what it means that the US has laws and policies that protect citizensAE rights more than Native nations.
If retirees disenroll from Medicare Part A they lose future Social Security benefits and must return all past benefits.
We're working with a managed care organization around which members of their population are most likely to disenroll after being in the program for one year.