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group health plan

an insurance plan that offers health care coverage to a group of individuals under a single insurance contract. In the United States, group health plans are often offered by employers to their employees as a fringe benefit. Membership organizations, such as unions, alumni associations, and professional associations, may also offer group health plans as a benefit of membership.

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Psychology term of the day

May 26th 2024



1. adj. having the quality of diminishing or retarding a function or activity of a body system or organ.

2. n. any agent that has this quality, especially a CNS depressant.