• newly
  • NRS 695C.173 Required provision concerning coverage for newly born and adopted children and children placed for adoption. (nv.us)
  • The forum uti lized the countys newly formed Community Health Advisory Panel, a health-minded thinktank comprised of local hospital, municipal government, health department, board of education and chamber of commerce representatives. (ufl.edu)
  • entities
  • The plan would use tax-code changes to encourage the consolidation of insurers and providers into single entities. (aapsonline.org)
  • Kaiser Permanente is administered through eight regions, including one parent and six subordinate health plan entities, one hospital entity, and nine separate, affiliated medical groups: In addition to the regional entities, in 1996, the then-twelve Permanente Medical Groups created The Permanente Federation, a separate entity, which focuses on standardizing patient care and performance under one name and system of policies. (wikipedia.org)
  • group
  • In 1932, the American Medical Association (AMA) adopted a strong position against prepaid group practices, favoring instead indemnity-type insurance that protects the policyholder from expenses by reimbursement. (docplayer.net)
  • The AMA s opposition set the tone for continued state and local medical society resistance to prepaid group practice at the state and local medical society levels. (docplayer.net)
  • In 1937, the Home Owner s Loan Corporation organized the Group Health Association (GHA) in Washington, D.C., to reduce the number of mortgage defaults by families who had large medical expenses. (docplayer.net)
  • AMA delegates say they will accept the plan if (among other conditions) the AMA is exempted from antitrust laws to allow group negotiations (AM News 12/21/- 92). (aapsonline.org)
  • insurers
  • After the Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans were developed, however, the traditional insurers noted the community rating practices and realized that they could enter the market and attract the healthier community members with lower rates than the community rates. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • provision
  • NRS 695C.1691 Required provision concerning coverage for continued medical care. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1693 Required provision concerning coverage for treatment received as part of clinical trial or study. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1707 Required provision for continuation of coverage. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1709 Required provision concerning coverage for enrollee on leave without pay as result of total disability. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.171 Required provision concerning coverage relating to mastectomy. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1717 Required provision concerning coverage for autism spectrum disorders. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.172 Required provision concerning coverage relating to complications of pregnancy. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1723 Required provision concerning coverage for treatment of certain inherited metabolic diseases. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1727 Required provision concerning coverage for management and treatment of diabetes. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1731 Required provision concerning coverage for screening for colorectal cancer. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1733 Required provision concerning coverage for certain drugs for treatment of cancer. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.17335 Required provision concerning coverage for orally administered chemotherapy. (nv.us)
  • NRS 695C.1734 Required provision concerning coverage for prescription drug previously approved for medical condition of enrollee. (nv.us)
  • coverage
  • NRS 695C.167 Eligibility for coverage: Certain accommodations to be made when child is covered under health care plan of noncustodial parent. (nv.us)
  • 1) Coverage would be limited to treatments judged effective by the National Health Board. (aapsonline.org)
  • Different health insurance provides different levels of financial protection and the scope of coverage can vary widely, with more than 40 percent of insured individuals reporting that their plans do not adequately meet their needs as of 2007. (wikipedia.org)
  • benefits
  • Although businesses pursued the HMO model for its alleged cost containment benefits, some research indicates that private HMO plans don't achieve any significant cost savings over non-HMO plans. (wikipedia.org)
  • A tax of 34% would be imposed on any ``excess'' (or unqualified) health benefits that employers offered. (aapsonline.org)
  • All AHPs would have to offer a ``uniform set of effective benefits,'' defined by a 5-member, politically appointed National Health Board. (aapsonline.org)
  • Prevention
  • Source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), 2010)Physical ActivityAn estimated 30 percent of adults over the age of 20 in Columbia County said they do not participate in any physical leisure activities and 39 percent said they do not have adequate access to locations for physical activity. (ufl.edu)
  • individuals
  • By introducing health screening to identify the healthier individuals, and offering lower rates to younger individuals, these companies were able to lure lower-risk populations to their health plans. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The proportion of non-elderly individuals with employer-sponsored cover fell from 66% in 2000 to 56% in 2010, then stabilized following the passage of the Affordable Care Act. (wikipedia.org)
  • injuries
  • Michaela N. Johnson, 19, Lake City, suffered critical injuries and was transported to UF Health Shands for treatment. (ufl.edu)
  • annual
  • A joint effort between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation health philanthropy and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, the fifth annual County Health Rankings & Roadmaps aims to highlight root causes of health problems in communities. (ufl.edu)