DaleyCare Medicare Glossary
Learn more about Medicare. Start with these definitions.
Enrollees in a Medicare health plan may file a grievance if they are unsatisfied with their treatment by those who administer their health plan. Conversely, an enrollee would file an appeal to complain about a treatment decision or service that is denied coverage.
Guaranteed issue rights – also known as “Medigap protections” – require insurance carriers by law to offer you a Medigap policy, prohibiting it from denying you coverage or charging you more for coverage based on reasons that include pre-existing conditions.
Guaranteed renewable refers to a health plan in which the insurer is required to renew the policy if the policy holder has been consistently paid the policy premiums.