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English translation: (Prescription Drug) Coverage

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English term or phrase:Creditable
English translation:(Prescription Drug) Coverage
Entered by: Tomy Goh
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12:59 Feb 9, 2009
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Medical - Insurance
English term or phrase: Creditable
Creditable Prescription Drug Coverage

Which noun is the main noun of Creditable?

Appreciated if you can explain the meaning of this phrase .
Tomy Goh
Local time: 00:13
(Prescription Drug) Coverage
Explanation:
What is creditable is the fact that you has prior insurance coverage for prescriptions. You usuallyy get a certificate attesting to this fact from the previous insurance company or the administrator of the pan (often your employer)
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David Russi
United States
Local time: 11:13
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5 +1(Prescription Drug) Coverage
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creditable
(Prescription Drug) Coverage


Explanation:
What is creditable is the fact that you has prior insurance coverage for prescriptions. You usuallyy get a certificate attesting to this fact from the previous insurance company or the administrator of the pan (often your employer)

David Russi
United States
Local time: 11:13
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PRO pts in category: 3
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Suzan Hamer: Yes, David who must have been typing like a maniac to be first with the correct answer; "you has prior insurance coverage...." (Pardon me for being so pedantic.)
2 hrs
  -> Yes, have, of course. Actually I was typing like a maniac to get out of the house and pick up my daughter... Thanks!
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