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What is not covered in Health Insurance ?

Health Insurance Terms and Conditions, What is not covered ? Pre-Existing Diseases: For Individual & Family Floater, benefits will not be available for Pre-existing Diseases until 24 to 48 months have elapsed since inception of the first policy. To Know about Senior Citizen Plans, Click here 30-Days Waiting Period: We will not cover any treatment taken during the first 30 days since the commencement of the Policy, unless the treatment needed is a result of Policies with you due to an Accident. This waiting period does not apply for any…

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IRDA Proposing fantastic Changes in Health Insurance , Lets See Impact on COST… in future

In order to make the health insurance cover more customer-centric, a panel constituted by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has proposed several important changes to the existing health insurance exclusion rules. The revisions in the health cover are believed to make the coverage more comprehensive and efficient for the policyholders. The changes are proposed in the waiting period of the policy, inclusion of various diseases which were earlier excluded from the policy and inclusion of advanced medical treatments. The IRDAI even highlighted the numbers which show…

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Max Bupa Health Recharge – Super Topup Plan

Max Bupa Health Recharge is a pocket-friendly health insurance plan that is designed keeping you and your family (your spouse and up to 4 children) in mind. You can also opt for Personal Accident and Critical Illness cover along with the base product. With Max Bupa Health Recharge You have to mandatorily choose an annual aggregate claim deductible amount. Our liability to make payment under the policy in respect of any claim made for that policy year will only commence once the deductible has been exhausted The default policy term…

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