Definition of Preenrollment

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preenrollment

preenacted
preenacting
preenacts
preened
preener
preeners
preengage
preengaged
preengagement
preengagements
preengages
preengaging
preening
preeningly
preenings
preenrollment (current term)
preens
preequilibrated
preequilibrium
preerect
preerected
preerecting
preerects
prees
preestablish
preestablished
preestablishes
preestablishing
preestablishment
preeternity

Literary usage of Preenrollment

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1. Welfare: The Political Economy of Welfare Reform in the United States by Martin Anderson (1978)
"... correlation between income at preenrollment and experimental plan, and the method of estimating normal income and wages—has produced estimates of normal ..."

2. Medicare+Choice Program After One Year: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Michael Bilirakis (1998)
"Beneficiaries who stayed enrolled in the HMO had the lowest preenrollment expenditures, averaging about 56 payment ..."

3. Medicaid Financial Management: Better Oversight of State Claims for Federal by Linda M. Calbom (2003)
"... preenrollment site visits, usually to higher-risk provider types, such as pharmacies and durable medical equipment suppliers. ..."

4. Medicare HMO's: HCFA Can Promptly Eliminate Hundreds of Millions in Excess by Jonathan Ratner (1998)
"... enrollees' average costs can rise and approach the average costs of the FFS beneficiaries, rather than remain at their preenrollment levels. ..."

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