level of co-payment an insurer asks its insured to bear for services and drugs
A tier is the level of member copayment for a specific prescription drug under a drug benefit plan. Tier 1 medications are generic medications and have the lowest copayment. Tier 2 medications are preferred brands and have the second-lowest copayment. Tier 3 medications are non-preferred brands and have the second-highest copayment. Tier 4 medications are specialty drugs and have the highest copayment. Please refer to your benefit booklet to determine if the Tier 4 Formulary applies to you, or check your BCBSNC member ID card for four levels of pharmacy copayment.
a sharp steepening in slope over a relatively short span that connects a higher elevation level with a lower level
a specific list of drugs
A new level on a tee, fairway or green. Many modern greens made today have multiple tiers, meaning if you hit the ball on the wrong tier, you will have to putt up or down a large slope to the hole.
A rise or level in a green or tee.
A 360° element of the spiral, either ascending or descending one level.
A Part D prescription drug plan's formulary includes different levels of drug coverage, or tiers. The copayment you pay depends on the tier (or coverage level) assigned to your prescription drug.
level; a two-tier system has two levels, a single-tier system has one. A person applying for asylum under a two-tier system can appeal a negative decision; no appeal is possible with a one-tier system
See ELITE LEVEL.