- Absence ManagementAbsence management is an employer effort to reduce unscheduled employee absenteeism and, in turn, lower the associated costs such as health care expenses and lost productivity. Among the approaches used to reduce absenteeism are paid-time-off ("PTO") programs, case management, integrated(...)
- AbsenteeismAn employee's frequent failure to physically appear for work.
- AccessibilityOne of five governing principles under the Canada Health Act that provides for access to services regardless of income, age, health status, or gender.
- Accident InsuranceAccident Insurance is a form of health insurance that protects against loss by accidental bodily injury.
- Accident Only CoverageA disability policy covering disabilities due to injury only.
- Accidental Death and DismembermentAccidental death and dismemberment provides a lump-sum payment if death occurs as a result of an accident. It also provides payments for injuries as sustained or loss of use of specified body parts as a result of an accident.
- Accidental Death BenefitA provision added to an insurance policy that pays an additional benefit in case of death by accidental means.
- Accidental Dental BenefitsA type of insurance coverage found in group and individual extended health insurance plans that typically covers the cost of dental treatment due to an accident that causes injury to the natural teeth. Payment is made in accordance with the limits set out in the policy.
- Accidental Fracture BenefitAn optional benefit that pays a lump sum in the case of fracture of a bone with the amount dependent on the particular bone fractured.
- Accidental Medical Reimbursement BenefitA benefit included in some injury policies at no extra cost that reimburses medical expenses related to injury such as hospital costs, ambulance, and other practitioners' fees not covered by provincial hospital insurance plans; sometimes offered as optional benefit at an additional cost.