Eligible Beneficiary Sample Clauses

Eligible Beneficiary. For the purpose of this contract, and as laid out in Section III.C.1 of the Memorandum of Understanding between CMS and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts dated August 22, 2012 (MOU), a Consumer who is eligible to enroll in the Demonstration but has not yet done so. This includes individuals who are enrolled in Medicare Part A and B and eligible for and receiving MassHealth Standard or CommonHealth, have no other comprehensive private or public health coverage, and who meet all other Demonstration eligibility criteria. Individuals who turn sixty-five (65) while enrolled in the Demonstration may remain enrolled as long as they continue to be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B and eligible for Medicare Part D and MassHealth Standard or MassHealth CommonHealth, and have no other comprehensive private or public health insurance.
Eligible Beneficiary. Unless [NAME BENEFICIARY] is a person which is approved in writing as an eligible beneficiary by the State, [NAME BENEFICIARY] is:
Eligible Beneficiary. An individual who is eligible to enroll in the Demonstration but has not yet done so. This includes individuals who are enrolled in Medicare Part A and B and are receiving full Medicaid benefits, have no other comprehensive private or public health coverage, and who meet all other Demonstration eligibility criteria. In other materials including the CFR, such an individual is sometimes referred to as a “potential enrollee.”
Eligible Beneficiary. An individual who is eligible to enroll in the Demonstration but has not yet done so. This includes individuals who are enrolled in Medicare Part A and B and are receiving full Medicaid benefits, have no other comprehensive private or public health coverage, and who meet all other Demonstration eligibility criteria.