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What is covered expense and how is it limited?

What is covered expense and how is it limited?

A covered expense is one for which you will receive reimbursements. The reimbursement may be whole or in part. For example, in most healthcare plans, doctor visits are considered covered expenses. So, the doctor’s fee will be reimbursed by the company to a specified limit. You need to observe that the coverage is not unlimited. Both base level plans and group plans have these limitations. In addition, most plans require that you pay some sort of coinsurance or deductibles. Insurers often impose strictures on the amount you can spend under covered expenses. In addition, some sort of co insurance and co payments are always imposed. The company can restrict the amount they have to pay in a number of ways. They may set a ceiling on expenses over a certain procedure or service. They may also specify the number of days or visits that they will pay for doctors. These may include home care and services by skilled nurses etc. They may also set down certain charges for these services.

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