All Terms G-M N-ZAgent
A qualified representative of one or more insurance companies licensed to sell insurance.
The amount an insurance company pays to a policyholder when a loss occurs.
Brand-Name Prescription Drug
Drugs developed, manufactured, and marketed with a brand name by a pharmaceutical company. Brand name drugs are typically more expensive that generic drugs.
An insurance salesperson that searches for quotes and plan options for individual clients.
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A company that provides insurance plans.
A management system in which case managers monitor patients' health care, to improve quality, reduce cost, and ensure the patient receives appropriate care.
A request to an insurance company for payment of a service received.
COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act)
Legislation allowing employees to keep their group health coverage temporarily after they leave the job.
A portion of a single medical bill, expressed in a percentage, the insured is responsible for paying.
A portion of a single medical bill, expressed in a dollar amount, the insured is responsible for paying.
The yearly amount an insured must pay out-of-pocket before insurance coverage begins.
Any person directly financially relying on insured. Usually includes spouse and unmarried children.
The date when insurance coverage begins.
Any medical or health care services not covered by an insurance plan.
Fee For Service (FFS) Plan
Also known as traditional 'indemnity' coverage, FFS plans reimburse policyholders for the care they receive, as long as it's covered, from any health care provider.
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
A savings account in which income can be deposited tax-free for health care expenses. At the end of the year, any unused funds in an FSA are forfeited.
The list of all covered prescription drugs.