One contributor to the overall decline in reinsurance can be traced to the level of coinsurance business.
What does COINS stand for?
COINS stands for Coinsurance
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We have 6 other meanings of COINS in our Acronym Attic
- Constructive Incremental Cost Model (software engineering)
- Cooperación Indígena para el Desarrollo Integral (Spanish: Indigenous Cooperation for Integral Development; Guatemala)
- Cultural Objects in Networked Environments
- Concurrency in Enterprise Systems (International Workshop)
- Centro Odontológico Integrado de Nova Friburgo (Portugese)
- Council of International Neonatal Nurses, Inc. (Edmond, OK)
- Counter Insurgency Operation
- Counter Insurgency Operations (various armed forces)
- Constructores Industriales Peruanos SA (Spanish)
- Center of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (University of California, Berkeley)
- Commerce Online Information Network System
- Commercial Operations Integrated System
- Communications and Information Systems
- Community of Interest Network Service
- Community On-Line Intelligence System
- Computer Output Information System
- Connection-Oriented Network Services
- Consolidated On-Line Intelligence System
- Construction Industry Solutions Ltd
- Consumer On-Line Information Network Service (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We show that the combination of deductibles and coinsurance can be used to sort rationed policyholders.
Residents must pay a coinsurance charge on days 21-100 in a SNF Part A stay.
Situation 1: A is an individual covered by an HDHP, with an 80/20% coinsurance feature above the deductible.
Any amount remaining unpaid, such as a deductible, coinsurance, copayment, or uncovered amount, would be paid by the camp's Blanket Excess Accident and Sickness Medical policy up to the limit of the policy.
If the standard coinsurance for an outpatient visit to an internist is 20%, then the coinsurance for a visit to a psychiatrist would also be 20%," he said.