While more than 80% of the urban and rural population is not even insured, a major percentage of the rest are unaware of the fineprint of a policy.
If you are buying a family insurance for your family, have you read the fine print properly? Or have you compared the various plans properly? If you just shook your head for a “NO,” you might also land into a trouble. Comparison and research will give you a fair idea of benefits offered by various plans available. Like you don’t buy a car without overanalyzing, don’t buy health insurance before you do your homework.
If you think just getting a family health insurance is end of discussion and it will cover all your family health cost, you are wrong. There are exclusions. Wondering how they matter?
Let’s see what does your family health insurance NOT cover.
Pre-Existing Conditions,Maternity Expenses,Certain Surgeries,Treatment Other Than,Allopathic,Costs of Hospital,Birth Disorders,Minor Illnesses,Eyeglasses for Kids
If your kid develops a myopic or hypermetropic condition which requires going for vision treatment and needs your kids to wear sunglasses, then the cost of these sunglasses might not be covered by your family health insurance policy.
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