Patients with at least two diagnoses of constipation were required to be 18 years or older and continuously enrolled in their health plan for at least one year following the study index date, which was the patient's first eligible diagnosis of constipation.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Continuously Enrolled
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We have 138 other meanings of CE in our Acronym Attic
- Consultative Examination
- Consumer Electronics
- Consumption Entry (process of declaring the importation of foreign made goods for use in the US)
- Contact Explosive
- Contagious Ecthyma (orf in Goats; aka sore mouth)
- Content Engine (Cisco)
- Content Express
- Contents Expediter
- Continuing Education
- Continuous Evaluation
Samples in periodicals archive:
To be eligible for the study, beneficiaries had to be continuously enrolled in Medicare fee-for-service Parts A and B for [greater than or equal to] 365 days before and including the latest month of continuous enrollment in the calendar year.
Those who participate will benefit from a tuition freeze until graduation as long as they remain continuously enrolled, allowing students to save money by graduating early as well as giving transfer students the ability to catch up.
To consider the possibility that Medicaid claims corroborating CCR diagnoses appear with some time lag, we also examined records of the subgroup of cancer patients diagnosed in the first half of 1998 who were continuously enrolled in Medicaid for 6 months from diagnosis.
8 million sexually active, continuously enrolled females.
Only healthy infants who were delivered at term, had a normal birth weight and were continuously enrolled in a fee-for-service plan from age two months through two years were included.
One of the study's proposals calls for higher education students to receive financial incentives to stay continuously enrolled until degree completion.