from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective That cannot be covered by insurance.
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- adjective Not
insurable, unable to be insured.
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- adjective not capable of being insured or not eligible to be insured
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The holocaust of the poor and uninsurable is ending.
Young people with deadly diseases should not remain uninsurable forever.
I was walking down the hill tonight - to the party in the street thinking about this about how just this last month I actually thought about not paying my health insurance - it is higher then my rent - it costs $640 a month - because of the cancer I am "uninsurable" - so I can't give it up or I will never be able to get it again.
- Children with chronic and acute medical conditions are now eligible to enroll in Tennessee's high risk pool for people classified as uninsurable by commercial insurance providers.
Under the current health care system, when children with type 1 diabetes become young adults, and go off their parents health insurance, they become "uninsurable".
- Extension of Medicaid for those deemed "uninsurable"
Under the current health care system, when chidren with type1 diabetes become young adults, and go off of their parents health insurance, they become "uninsurable".
As someone who is "uninsurable" in Florida (read: I can not buy private insurance for _any price_) I was hoping for a single payer plan to be put into effect immediately.
With sharply rising uncertainty, reaching now a radical, "uninsurable" level even for short-term, such "unforeseen" externalities become critically important.
Similarly, I see the world as an enormous problem of optimization under radical, "uninsurable" uncertainty.