The insurance plan (or other payer) that provides the first coverage for expenses.
When coordinating benefits, the health plan that pays benefits first and to the full extent of its coverage.
Insurance which pays first.
The plan that pays first when you have coverage through two benefit plans.
An insurance carrier that pays compensation for a loss ahead of any other insurance coverages the policyholder may have.
Health insurance policy that pays first when a person is covered by more than one insurance plan.
An insurance policy, plan, or program that pays first on a claim for medical care. This could be Medicare or other health insurance.
When coordinating benefits, the health plan that pays benefits first on a claim for medical care.
The carrier responsible for providing benefits before any other insurer makes payment.
The first insurer to pay medical claims when an individual uses multiple sources of health coverage.