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coverage

[′kəv·rij]
(communications)
(graphic arts)
In microfilming, the portion of a document plane included in the lens field.

coverage

1. A measure of the area over which a gallon of paint may be spread at a given thickness, usually expressed as square feet per gallon at 1 mil dry film.
2. The amount of surface that can be covered by a particular amount of roofing material.
3. The ratio of the area of the footprint of a building to the total area of the site on which it is located.

coverage

i. The ground area represented on imagery, photomaps, mosaics, maps, and other geographical presentation systems.
ii. A cover or protection, as the coverage of troops by their own air defense aircraft.
iii. An area in which radar can detect targets; referred to as radar coverage.
iv. An area on the ground covered by the cameras of an aircraft.
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Individual taxpayers first began filing ACA-related tax forms in early 2015, for the 2014 coverage year. Early last year, individual taxpayers filed ACA-related forms for the second time, for the 2015 coverage year.
However, beneficiaries may update their effective prices depending on the remaining time in the coverage year. We did not fully incorporate this time component because that task would involve additional assumptions and computational complications, which may not be tractable.
That puts the total at 4.13 million plans for the 2019 coverage year in the 39 states that use the HealthCare.gov platform, the CMS reported.
Finally, we confirm our results by estimating a "placebo" model without data for coverage year 2010 that falsely assumes that the ACA was implemented in 2009.
Generally, most standard policies will cover claims for at least $1 million during any coverage year (although some may cover less, depending upon the carrier and advisor).
The so-called doughnut hole is the gap in coverage that goes into effect during a coverage year when a patient's drug expenditures reach $2,250, and continues until the expenditures reach $5,100.
4-10) of open enrollment, the total for the 2019 coverage year stands at nearly 1.18 million for the 39 states that use the Healthcare.gov platform, which is down 20.4% from the 1.48 million plans selected through the first 2 weeks of last year's enrollment period.
Under Schering-Plough's design, Medicare Part D beneficiaries are still eligible for free drugs if they meet the income eligibility requirements for the patient assistance plans and have already spent at least 3% of their household income on outpatient prescription drugs that coverage year. The free drugs do not count toward the beneficiary's true out-of-pocket costs and will not be billed to either the Part D plan or Medicare.
Exchange plan users can also choose to get the tax credit in the form of an "advance premium tax credit," while the coverage year is still under way, to reduce the amount of cash they have to pay every month to the health insurer.
The government pays the tax credit subsidy money to the exchange plan issuers while the coverage year is under way, to cut the amount of cash the exchange plan users have to pay out of their own pockets for premiums.
IRS officials talk about their health coverage reporting ideas in a set of draft 1095-B instructions for the 2016 coverage year.
Those filers claimed an average of about $40 million in APTCs each for the 2015 coverage year, according to the TIGTA data.