Definition of underinsured
: not sufficiently insured
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Providers at these federally qualified health centers, which receive some government funds to serve the uninsured and underinsured, do not ask patients about their citizenship status.
The event was the first large-scale dental clinic organized by the local nonprofit, which annually hosts eight to 10 free health clinics to improve access to care for the underinsured and uninsured.
What: Free dental clinic for the underinsured and uninsured in Northeast Ohio Where: Huntington Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Ave.
Last November, ADPH launched a pilot program in three other rural Alabama counties to make annual physicals and other preventive health care available to women who are underinsured or who don't have insurance.
The clinics mainly serve the uninsured, underinsured and those with trouble accessing primary and specialty care, including undocumented immigrants.
But single-payer is likely a financial winner for others — the uninsured, the underinsured and the chronically unhealthy.
According to Egan, the separate litigation involves a claim that the driver of the car who hit Colletti was underinsured.
And fourth, all of the proceeds will go to Turner House, a pediatric clinic for uninsured and underinsured kids in Kansas City, providing medical and behavioral health care and dental care.
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Legal Definition of underinsured
: not sufficiently insured : having insufficient insurance to cover losses or damages an underinsured motorist
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