Enrollment Sample Clauses

Enrollment. The Competitive Supplier shall be responsible for enrolling all Eligible Consumers through EDI transactions submitted to the LDC for all enrollments of Eligible Consumers during the term of this Agreement.
Enrollment. Pursuant to Section 302D-34, HRS, the School shall make all student recruitment, admissions, enrollment, and retention decisions in a nondiscriminatory manner and without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, income level, disability, level of proficiency in the English language, need for special education services, or academic or athletic ability. The School shall maintain accurate and complete enrollment data. The School shall not impose enrollment preferences, except as allowed for in Section 302D-34, HRS. Any enrollment preferences adopted by the School shall be included in the admissions policy and procedures, as described in Section 7.3 of this Charter Contract.
Enrollment. You will determine each employee’s eligibility for enrollment in the Plan and submit electronically to Blue Cross and Blue Shield all of the information necessary for enrolling employees in the Plan. This enrollment information must include eligible employees, effective date of coverage, demographic information, dependent information, plan options, payment options, start and termination dates, class of coverage, whether the eligible employee is a late enrollee, and other information identified in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield enrollment process. You will provide this information in a timely manner to allow Blue Cross and Blue Shield to provide services in accordance with this Account-Based Offerings Administrative Services Agreement. Blue Cross and Blue Shield through its designated vendor(s) will perform certain enrollment functions in order to facilitate enrollment of your employees in one or more of the Plans you offer. Blue Cross and Blue Shield through its designated vendor(s) will provide you (or your eligible employee, as applicable) with a member welcome kit prior to the start of your policy year.
Enrollment. Enrollment and re-enrollment in plans shall be administered as follows:
Enrollment. You, and if you wish, your family or caregiver, will meet with the program representative to review and come to an agreement about your participation in the LIFE Program before you sign the Enrollment Agreement. At this meeting you will have an opportunity to discuss: • The plan of care recommended for you by the LIFE health team, which incorporates plans for family and caregiver involvement. • That when you are enrolled in LIFE, all your Medical Assistance and Medicare services must be authorized or coordinated by the LIFE health team. (Remember, approval is not required for emergency care.) • What to do if you are unhappy with your LIFE Provider. (See the Participant Grievance/Appeal Procedure section for more information)
Enrollment. (a) Unless a Dual Eligible is otherwise not eligible to enroll in the MA Product under federal Medicare Advantage plan rules, the MA Dual SNP will accept all Dual Eligible individuals who select the MA Dual SNP’s MA Product without regard to physical or mental condition, health status or need for or receipt of healthcare services, claims experience, medical history, genetic information, disability, marital status, age, sex, national origin, race, color, or religion, and will not use any policy or practice that has the effect of such discrimination.
Enrollment. To continue participation while on leave, an employee must notify the Benefits Office of desired coverage(s).
Enrollment. A. Enrollment in the School shall be open to all students of ages or in grades as set forth in Section 2.2 above who are residents of the District of Columbia. Students who are not residents of the District of Columbia may be enrolled at the School to the extent permitted by § 38-1802.06 of the Act. The School Corporation shall determine whether each student resides in the District of Columbia according to guidelines established by the D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education (“OSSE”).
Enrollment. For the hospital-medical, dental and vision care plans, an unenrolled employee eligible for enrollment may submit application for enrollment in a plan at any time. However, an employee who has previously been enrolled in a plan during the current enrollment year must, upon re-enrollment in that same enrollment year, select the same plan. Such an employee must wait until the next open enrollment period to effect a change of plans. The District shall process applications so as to make coverage effective on the earliest practicable date consistent with the plan provisions, and in no case shall this be later than the first day of the calendar month following the receipt of the completed application.