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Make the Most of the Cashless Claim Facility

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Apr, 2013

Make the Most of the Cashless Claim Facility

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Consider this… Amit’s father suddenly suffered a heart attack one day and it was advised by his family physician that his father should be hospitalized immediately. However, there was one problem… the cost involved in this sudden hospitalization. Since Amit was the owner of a small startup business, his financial status was a matter of concern. Luckily, Amit’s father had health insurance with an insurer which gave him access to a good spread of network hospitals. As a result, he could avail the benefit of the cashless claim facility at […]

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5 Questions on Health Insurance that Every Woman Should Ask

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Apr, 2013

5 Questions on Health Insurance that Every Woman Should Ask

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The days of men being the only earning member of a family are long gone. Today, not only do women contribute to household income, in some cases they are also the sole earning member. Even if a woman is a homemaker, her falling ill can really upset the family’s finances. Thus, it is important for every woman to have her own health insurance plan. Every woman should ask 5 key questions before buying health insurance for herself. How much cover do I need? The most important question is regarding how […]

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8 Medical Tests Women Cannot Afford to Miss

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Mar, 2013

8 Medical Tests Women Cannot Afford to Miss

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Every woman’s average day is almost routine … care for your family, meet deadlines and possibly hope for some time to relax later. But in the midst of all this, have you noticed how health automatically takes a backseat? And no, we aren’t talking about your exercise regime. We are talking about diseases that affect women, and the medical tests you cannot afford to miss if you want to prevent them in their earliest stages. Cholesterol (Lipid Profile) Check Studies say that women are more susceptible to heart disease than […]

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Tax Planning Series III – Health Insurance Saves Tax Too!

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Feb, 2013

Tax Planning Series III – Health Insurance Saves Tax Too!

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Health insurance plans, commonly known as mediclaim policies, are today one of the most popular policies for a good reason. Health insurance provides cover to your medical expenses if the insured (individual) is hospitalised for more than 24 hours. The expenses normally covered are cost of operation, nursing and doctors fees, diagnostic tests, room charges as well as pre and post hospitalisation expenses. Health insurance is normally a 1 year/2 year contract and needs to be renewed every time. Individual Health Insurance: It covers the medical expenses (up to sum […]

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World Diabetes Day

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Feb, 2013

World Diabetes Day

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World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign of the diabetes mellitus world and is held on November 14 of each year. It was introduced in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization in response to the alarming rise of diabetes around the world. The day marks the birthday of Frederick Banting who along with Charles Best first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922. The prevalence of diabetes is increasing quite rapidly and in fact, most people now feel […]

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Managing Your Health Insurance Cover

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Jun, 2012

Managing Your Health Insurance Cover

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As health expenditures increase, government spending on health care is reducing. This makes health insurance a necessity for the common man, to protect his lifestyle and income from unforeseen medical costs due to illnesses, hospitalisation or accidents. Where before, only people in metro cities went for health insurance to offset the higher cost of healthcare, today mid- and small-town residents are also opting for health insurance. But are people aware of how much insurance they should buy? Is it just a matter of buying a policy and assuming it’s sufficient, […]

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