Medical expenses not reimbursed or payable in case of cashless hospitalizationLooking for some examples of non-medical expenses that are not covered under cashless hospitalization in a travel insurance policy? Here are some.
Apnainsurance.com Research Bureau
11 Jan 2008
Here are some common examples of non-medical expenses that are not covered under cashless hospitalization in a travel insurance policy:
- Admission fees
- Registration charges
- Administrative expenses
- Documentation charges
- Telephone expenses
- Food for patient/attendant
- Double occupancy - two hospital beds occupied for one patient
- Rehabilitative aids such as crutches, slings, orthopedic belts, etc.
- Water bed
- Toiletries such as soap, razor, shaving cream, comb, etc.
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