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The Big Fight: Hospitals V/s Insurance Companies V/s TPAs

Purandar Bhavani from Medimanage.com All kinds of news are currently floating in the media and the industry regarding the Cashless Mediclaim. After PSU Insurance Companies taking a stand to stop Cashless at some high ended hospitals in top cities, as a reverse salvo Hospitals in Mumbai have united against Insurance companies and decided to refuse cashless hospitalization. There is always a danger of adverse reactions . . .

Cashless Chaos: Making Sense of it All

Cashles Chaos: Making sense of it all News Flash:  “The General Insurance Public Sector Association consisting of four major state-run insurance companies - United India, New India, Oriental Insurance and National Insurance have decided to stop cash-less hospitalization in most hospitals” Shock and outrage are the two words that describe the reaction of most of the customers and media reports on this piece of news.  We demanded to . . .

Medimanage Exclusive: Analyzing PSU Health Insurers delisting Popular Hospitals!

Financial losses by health insruance company Health insurance companies are trying to salvage the losses which are just increasing each year and here is another of their moves. Public Health insurance Companies (Oriental, New India Assurance, United, National) have announced that they are taking down large number of the hospitals from their list of network hospitals to access Cashless service. From the 800 hospitals which were . . .

How a health checkup can be bad for your health!

Health check ups can be bad for you We all know that prevention is better than cure, and this is one of the reasons that executive health checkups have become so popular. They promise to help your doctor to pickup medical problems early, so they can be treated more effectively.Unfortunately, even though the logic is very appealing, the sad truth is that in real life, health checkups are . . .

Have Health Insurance? Will be overcharged!

overcharging hospitals What is the first thing that the hospital staff asks you as you try to get your close one admitted? Along with the other questions about name, age, symptoms experienced, there is one question that they do not fail to ask, “Do you have health insurance?” The answer to this question has more implications on your final bill than you . . .

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