QMB


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AcronymDefinition
QMBQualitäts-Management-Beauftragter (German: Quality Management Representative)
QMBQuaker Marching Band
QMBQuantitative Methods of Business (academic course)
QMBQualified Medicare Beneficiary
QMBQuality Management Board
QMBQuake Made Better (gaming, Quake 1 modified engine)
QMBQuartz Microbalance
QMBQueen Mother Board (Red Hat Society)
QMBQuickchange Moveable Barrier (Barrier Systems Inc.)
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Finally, we excluded 47 beneficiaries who are enrolled in both Medicaid (in any of the three versions, full dual eligible, QMB, and SLMB) and a MA plan.
Concerns about low participation by eligible persons, which have focused primarily on the experience of the newer QMB and SLMB programs, have drawn attention to states' outreach and application procedures (Nemore 1999; Families USA 1993).
Based in part on research that assessed state variations in Medicaid QMB and SLMB enrollment of low-income Medicare beneficiaries and identified best practices among states in administration of the QMB and SLMB programs.
In addition, higher research and development expenses, higher personnel related costs, sales commissions for QMB and the acquisition of Digitec Inc.
Beneficiaries may be approved for Medicaid, QMB, or SLMB status several months before the data are entered into the CMS system and available to the M+C plans.
This includes beneficiaries who received assistance through the QMB and SLMB programs.
8 million project for our QMB system which we expect to ship in the first half of fiscal 2011.
QMBs are those Medicare beneficiaries who have resources at or below twice the standard allowed under the SSI program, and incomes at or below 100 percent of the FPL.
Medicaid-Only Dually Eligible Beneficiaries (Non QMB, SLMB, QDWI, QI-1, or QI-2)--These individuals are entitled to Medicare Part A and/or Part B and are eligible for full Medicaid benefits.
The definition of QMBs was subsequently switched by the Technical and Miscellaneous Revenue Act of 1988, from exclusive (limited to those meeting the criteria and otherwise ineligible for Medicaid) to inclusive (anyone meeting QMB requirements, even if otherwise eligible, e.
4 million low-income elderly and disabled persons who are eligible do not participate in the QMB program.