preexisting


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Synonyms for preexisting

existing previously or before something

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Grace Lu-Yao, Ph.D., M.P.H., from the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson in Philadelphia, and colleagues examined the short-term outcomes of AA and ENZ in patients by preexisting CVDs in a population-based retrospective study.
However, Morowitz filed a Form 1040, Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business, claiming deductions as a sole proprietor with regard to costs of preexisting cases paid out of the S corporation's bank account.
Preexisting conditions is a wonderful consumer benefit but a terrible idea in terms of controlling the cost of health insurance.
These statutory provisions set forth both the exemption afforded to all legally preexisting nonconforming structures and uses from the application of zoning ordinances and bylaws, as well as how those protections can be forfeited or retained when such nonconforming structures or uses are extended or altered.
18, he said: "The lies about preexisting condition coverage being taken away have been scored a Four Pinocchio by The Washington Post.
Continuing protections for people with preexisting conditions was the
A total of 66% said that continuing protections for people with preexisting health conditions was the "single most important factor" (14%) or "very important but not the most important factor" (52%).
However, numerical simulations are able to study the distribution of the stress and redistribution condition during the failure process of the samples with preexisting fractures [25-27].
Experimental investigation on the failure process of brittle materials with a preexisting open-hole defect was carried out by utilizing a 3D digital image correlation method [18].
Under the ACA, health plans are barred beginning in 2014 from discriminating against adults with preexisting conditions.
In Notice 2004-8, the IRS addressed abusive tax-motivated IRA schemes and found that the IRC Section 4793 excise tax applies in situations where an owner of a preexisting business transfers shares of that business into a Roth IRA maintained for his benefit for tax avoidance purposes.
A key component to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 is coverage for preexisting conditions.
WASHINGTON -- A report released earlier this year by the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) says more than 100 million Americans with a preexisting condition could be denied coverage if health care reform is repealed.
One of the hallmarks of the I Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is that people with preexisting medical conditions will no longer be denied coverage by insurance companies.
President Obama has signed legislation that states that insurance companies must provide coverage for all persons, even those with preexisting health conditions.