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nonage

Law the state of being under any of various ages at which a person may legally enter into certain transactions, such as the making of binding contracts, marrying, etc.
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The nonaged (age <65) in the analysis sample, enrolled in Medicare due to disability, numbered close to half a million, were as likely to be male as female, and were about 25 years younger with an average age of 51.
Only one-third of Medicaid payments go to the nonaged poor; thus, a 5 percent increase in AFDC enrollments would boost overall Medicaid expenditures by 1 1/2 percent, or about $1.
To calculate PRI, the mean of several tests is divided by the mean of tests on nonaged samples and the result then multiplied by 100.
Estimates of food stamp income among CPS AFDC families in 1972 and 1973 on Figure 4 use average food stamp recipient household size in the July 1974 CPS for nonaged female householders receiving public assistance, and average food stamp bonus values for households of that size and income level.
Over the last two decades federal policymakers have invented an array of programs designed to make the system more efficient--health maintenance organizations, peer review organizations, health systems agencies, certificate-of-need, a prospective payment system, resource-based relative-value-scale fee schedules, to name the most prominent--but they have been unwilling to extend health coverage to the 17% or so of the nonaged population that lacks it or to change the nation's mixed public-private health insurance system in basic ways.
Finally, in a sharp distinction from persistently high-cost beneficiaries, the episodic high-cost group contains a sizable share of nonaged adults and children--specifically, 13.