Basic coverage definition

Basic coverage means health care coverage that at a minimum provides coverage for emergency care, inpatient and outpatient hospital care, physician services whether provided within or outside a hospital setting, and laboratory and x-ray services.
Basic coverage means a policy of professional liability insurance required to be maintained by each healthcare provider pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 40-3402(a) or (b), and amendments thereto.

Examples of Basic coverage in a sentence

  • Basic coverage of MNT for the first year a beneficiary receives MNT with either a diagnosis of renal disease or diabetes as defined at 42 CFR §410.130 is three (3( hours.

  • Basic coverage remained at $100,000 and an additional $100,000 of supplemental coverage was made available to members of the uniformed services upon application.

  • Basic coverage in subsequent years for renal disease or diabetes is two hours.

  • Basic coverage in subsequent years for renal disease or diabetes is two (2) hours.

  • AGE REDUCTIONS FOR YOUR BASIC COVERAGEThe following age reduction rules apply to all Basic coverage for You.


More Definitions of Basic coverage

Basic coverage means coverage, including health benefit coverage, that meets the basic coverage standards required under Section 1601.053(a)(1).
Basic coverage means any of the following:
Basic coverage means the coverage provided in the Basic Health Care Plan under
Basic coverage. The MiSalud Covered Services listed in Section 7.5 of this Contract, which are available to all Enrollees.
Basic coverage means the coverage provided in the Basic Health Care Plan under 166 Subsection 31A-22-613.5(2).