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Gatekeeper

What is 'Gatekeeper'

Requirements that must be met before an individual can qualify for a long-term care plan. A person must qualify for the plan's benefits before he or she can be paid out.

Explaining 'Gatekeeper'

These standards are called gatekeepers because they are what stands between the individual and the policy payouts.


Further Reading


The effect of financial incentives on gatekeeping doctors: evidence from a natural experiment
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Business angel syndicates: an exploratory study of gatekeepersBusiness angel syndicates: an exploratory study of gatekeepers
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

The editorial gatekeepers of the accounting academyThe editorial gatekeepers of the accounting academy
www.emerald.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Choosing gatekeepers: the financial statement insurance alternative to auditor liabilityChoosing gatekeepers: the financial statement insurance alternative to auditor liability
heinonline.org [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Primary care, financing and gatekeeping in western EuropePrimary care, financing and gatekeeping in western Europe
academic.oup.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Renewable energy cooperatives as gatekeepers or facilitators? Recent developments in Germany and a multidisciplinary research agendaRenewable energy cooperatives as gatekeepers or facilitators? Recent developments in Germany and a multidisciplinary research agenda
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

How and why credit rating agencies are not like other gatekeepersHow and why credit rating agencies are not like other gatekeepers
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Gatekeepers of economics: The network of editorial boards in economic journalsGatekeepers of economics: The network of editorial boards in economic journals
books.google.com [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Rationing health care: the ethics of medical gatekeepingRationing health care: the ethics of medical gatekeeping
heinonline.org [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …

Information gatekeepers on the internet and the competitiveness of homogeneous product marketsInformation gatekeepers on the internet and the competitiveness of homogeneous product markets
www.aeaweb.org [PDF]
In many health care systems generalist physicians act as gatekeepers to secondary care. Under the English fundholding scheme from 1991/1992 to 1998/1999 general practices could elect to be given a budget to meet the costs of certain types of elective surgery …



Q&A About Gatekeeper


How does this relate to the concept of a gatekeeper state?

Gatekeeper states are countries whose main function is balancing the instability of internal political control against external factors because they have trouble extending their power and command over peoples respect inward but can control the interface between national economies and world economies.

How did colonial powers gain resources from Africa?

Colonial powers mainly sought to extract resources like natural resources and labor from Africa.

What are some examples of replacement of colonial leaders with native African leaders doing little to improve stability among constituents?

Examples include Mobutu Sese Seko replacing Joseph Kasavubu as president of Zaire, Idi Amin overthrowing Milton Obote as president of Uganda, and Robert Mugabe overthrowing Ian Smith as prime minister of Zimbabwe.

Who determines if these requirements have been met?

The insurance company will determine if these requirements have been met.

How do you know if you meet these standards?

You will need to contact your insurance provider directly to see if you meet their qualifications.

What does "extending their power" mean in this context?

Extending their power means gaining legitimacy, authority, or support from constituents.

What are the requirements that must be met before an individual can qualify for a long-term care plan?

The person must qualify for the plan's benefits before he or she can be paid out.

What is a gatekeeper?

A gatekeeper is a requirement that must be met before an individual can qualify for long-term care.

Why did limited political foundation result in weak African states?

Limited political foundation resulted in weak African states because it made it difficult for native leaders to routinize authority or gain legitimacy over time.

Why did Cooper believe African governments were dysfunctional?

Cooper believed that Africa was systematically conquered but not so systematically ruled and hence colonial states had been gate-keeper states which had trouble extending their power and their command of peoples respect inward.

What are some of the standards set by insurance companies to determine eligibility for coverage?

There are many different standards set by insurance companies to determine eligibility, including age, health status and financial situation.

What is the definition of a gatekeeper state?

A gatekeeper state is a country whose main function is balancing the instability of internal political control against external factors.