Creditable coverage definition

Creditable coverage means, with respect to an individual, coverage of the individual provided under any of the following:
Creditable coverage means health benefits or coverage provided to an individual under any of the following:
Creditable coverage means, with respect to an individual,

Examples of Creditable coverage in a sentence

  • Creditable Coverage Coverage is creditable if the actuarial value of the coverage equals or exceeds the actuarial value of standard Medicare prescription drug coverage, as demonstrated through the use of generally accepted actuarial principles and in accordance with CMS actuarial guidelines.


More Definitions of Creditable coverage

Creditable coverage means coverage that meets the definition of "creditable coverage" under RCW 48.66.020 (13)(a) and includes payment of medical and hospital benefits.
Creditable coverage means coverage of an individual under any of the following: a group health plan, health insurance coverage, Medicare, Medicaid (other than coverage consisting solely of benefits under the program for distribution of pediatric vaccines), medical and dental care for members and certain former members of the Uniformed Services and their dependents, a medical care program of the Indian Health Service or a tribal organization, a State health benefits risk pool, a health plan offered under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, a public health plan, or a health benefit plan under Section 5(e) of the Peace Corps Act, or Title XXI of the Social Security Act (State Children’s Health Insurance Program). To the extent that further clarification is needed with respect to the sources of Creditable Coverage listed in the prior sentence, please see the complete definition of Creditable Coverage that is set forth in 45 C.F.R. § 146.113(a).
Creditable coverage means coverage solely for an individual,
Creditable coverage means any period in which a late joiner was -
Creditable coverage means any period of verifiable medical scheme membership of the applicant or his or her dependant, but excluding membership as a child dependant, terminating two years or more before the date of the latest application for membership. Any years of creditable coverage which can be demonstrated by the applicant or his or her dependant shall be subtracted from his or her current age in determining the applicable penalty.
Creditable coverage means coverage of an individual provided under any of the following:
Creditable coverage means prior health care coverage as defined in 42 U.S.C. 300gg as amended and in effect on February 17, 2009, and includes coverage remaining in force at the time the enrollee obtains new coverage.