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Gatekeeper

In insurance, requirements that a policyholder must fulfill before becoming eligible for a benefit. This especially applies to eligibility for long-term care in health insurance.

gatekeeper

a person who controls important information flows and access to other persons within an organization. The person concerned may have control over the information which goes up or down the organizational structure or in and out of the organization.

gatekeeper

A slang expression to describe the person you must persuade or impress just to get your proposal in front of a decision maker.

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In other words, the team is now focusing less on the gate-keeper and more on a specific response.
People were seeing arguing with the gate-keeper that why the rate is so high, while the staff deployed at the main gate said he has nothing to do with fixation of entry fee, adding it is the decision of high-ups.
The spokesman said that after storming the gate, they injured the gate-keeper and then barged into the family quarters.
Remember you're the gate-keeper of your day and life.
Rhiner encouraged agents to look out for the landlord first and earn their trust by helping to make their job easier, while also forming relationships with building supers who are gate-keepers to personal listings.
As the gate-keepers to the consumer market, the logistics sector gains power when producers have to compete to sell, and thus force down their input costs.
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Instead of dealing with tall office buildings, barriers and gate-keepers of traditional law practice, you could park, walk in, and speak to an attorney within seconds, without the fear of the billable hour.
Crisis-hit Greece, Italy and Malta, the EU's gate-keepers, have repeatedly pressed European Union partners to do more to help handle the flood of migrants.
The gate-keepers of this beautiful and historic property are the Dunwoody Preservation Society and will only lease to financially qualified Tenants with a solid plan for success.
Hospice access is limited primarily by two factors, the necessity to certify clients terminal within a specified time period (six months for Medicare-certified facilities) and the requirement that physicians be the only gate-keepers for admission to hospice facilities as mandated by the Medical Hospice Benefit Regulations.