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major medical

n.
Insurance that covers all or most of the medical bills engendered by major or prolonged illnesses above a set amount.
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Shplit also talked about ICC's, move into Europe and through acquisition how they hope to a major medical marijuana player in places like Denmark and the UK.
"Even when employers have a major medical plan, it can be tough for employees to meet their deductible, copay or coinsurance requirements.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) chief who is opposed to the Affordable Care Act essential health benefits (EHB) coverage mandate, and to the idea that all major medical policies should cover maternity and newborn care.
If the House Republicans' American Health Care Act proposal really becomes law and takes effect as written, what could it do to the individual major medical insurance products and supplemental health products?
Accident insurance, hospital indemnity insurance, cancer insurance, critical illness insurance and other supplemental products are like umbrellas that workers can use to make up for the holes in the employer's major medical coverage.
Two major medical institutions have applied for acquiring land from Railway authorities on lease for construction of heart and dental hospitals on Railway land in Rawalpindi.
WITH bad news stories the norm when it comes to healthcare here it is refreshing to see a major medical breakthrough being made in this country.
* For major medical plans, the cost more than doubled the short-term costs: $286 and $727 respectively
Al-Shehabi said that Bahrain is proud to host major medical conferences and scientific congregations concerned with diagnostics and treatment of widespread diseases.
Gerald Riley, vice president of Product Development, said, 'Major medical insurance does not cover all expenses incurred when a person has cancer or a critical illness.