enrollee enrollee  /ɛn ˈroʊ ˈli/


  • (n) a person who enrolls in (or is enrolled in) a class or course of study


  1. In 1992, in the McAllen market, the average cost per Medicare enrollee was $4,891, almost exactly the national average.
  2. Medicare now pays three times as much per enrollee in Miami as in Honolulu, and costs are growing twice as fast in Dallas as in San Diego.
  3. The House plan also limits annual enrollee cost-sharing to $5,000 for individuals and $10,000 for families.


  • Can Medicare Save Money? How The Part D Program Can Be More Cost-Effective

    Since Medicare Part D went into effect in 2006, prescription drugs have been an integral part of the Medicare benefit package. So, the question of how seniors can save additional money on medications often comes up, but so does the question of how the entire Medicare Part D program can be more cost-effective and save taxpayers money without jeopardizing enrollee benefits. Will closing the Part D ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Santa Monica Mirror


  1. Moreover, Boehner noted, "The Reid amendment directs insurance companies to assess the cost of elective abortion coverage (p. 43), and charge a minimum of $1 per enrollee per month (p. 43, lines 20-22). In short, the Reid bill continues to defy the...
    on Dec 21, 2009 By: John Boehner Source: CNSNews.com

  2. "You will find in there the federal government would directly subsidize abortions, plus every enrollee in the Office of Personnel Management plan has to pay a minimum of $1 per month for reproductive rights, which includes abortion," Stupak said.
    on Mar 4, 2010 By: Bart Stupak Source: BP News

  3. "These increased contributions from other stakeholders join contributions already made by consumers through higher enrollee premiums and co-payments to Commonwealth Care," Patrick said.
    on Jul 18, 2008 By: Deval Patrick Source: Daily Comet

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