from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cancel enrolment; to remove oneself from a list.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To erase from a roll or list.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To erase from a roll or list. Also spelled disenrol.
And you are free to do so, "because it's a voluntary program," says Allison Henry, a spokeswoman for the C.nters for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Washington, D.C. To "disenroll," you would call the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213.
However, the Medicare Advantage open enrollment period cannot be used to start or to stop Medicare drug coverage, or to enroll or "disenroll" in a Medicare Medical Savings Account plan, Weems said in an agency news release.
It's important to note that the figure of 5,550 people currently on waiting lists is deceiving because some states reduced their formularies and changed eligibility criteria to disenroll patients from ADAP, making their ADAP crisis seem less dire.
The complaint alleges, "Walgreens has launched an aggressive campaign to disparage Express Scripts, disenroll Express Scripts' commercial and Medicare Part D members and to promote and prefer other Medicare Part D programs to the exclusion of those offered through Express Scripts."
Through the current agreement between the firms, the drugstore agreed it wouldn't attempt to disenroll any Express Scripts member or market one Part D plan over another, Express Scripts said.
If you change your mind about being in an Advantage plan after Dec. 7, you can "disenroll" between Jan. 1 and Feb. 14, as in past years, and return to traditional Medicare and add a Part D plan, or move into a top-rated Advantage plan.
Eventually people are going to disenroll from these private insurance companies and either join the public option or get a plan of their own.
Assuming everything is in line, Angela said, David will disenroll at Hampton and enroll at Virginia in time to begin school in Charlottesville in January.
If you have to relocate temporarily, take pains to ensure that your Part D plan understands that you aren't moving permanently and doesn't disenroll you.
MARTIN: And, Mr. Katz, is there a similar effort to disenroll Indians who are white-looking?
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