SA Hospital Cover

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About 'SA Hospital Cover' Channel

Medical Aid Hospital Cover, Hospital Cash Plans & Medical Insurance in South Africa

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Medical Aid Paid Member and Not Doctor

[...] There are several reasons why a medical aid may pay the member directly and not the doctor. If the member is paid by the scheme, it is [...]

Medical Aid for Children Without Adult Members

[...] There are instances where children may need to be on a medical aid on their own, without parents or other adult members. This is often seen in divorce where the [...]

Already Pregnant Women Who Need Medical Aid

[...] If you are already pregnant and need medical aid that will cover your existing pregnancy then you need to be aware of some of the facts. First [...]

Late Joiner Penalty Fee for Medical Aid

[...] A late joiner penalty is a fee that a medical aid in South Africa levies for new members who join the scheme after 35 years of age. While South [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] Hospital cover in South Africa can mean one of two things. You are either talking about a medical aid plan [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] Hospital cover in South Africa can mean one of two things. You are either talking about a medical aid plan [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

[...] a hospital plan specifically, remember that the chronic benefit is just as important as the hospital cover. Fortunately there have been some new regulations passed in recent years that does in fact [...]

Scans and Scopes May Not Be Covered By Hospital Plan

[...] cannot be fully met by these benefits, your scheme will not pay the remainder from your hospital cover. You will have to make up for the shortfall in cash. Authorisation for Scans and Scopes [...]

Hospital Insurance Pays Cash To You Not Your Doctor

[...] Recently there has been widespread advertising in the local media about hospital insurance versus medical aid. While some consumers may be confused into thinking that these products [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] simply referred to as a hospital plan. However, the growing popularity of the cash payout hospital insurance, it is important that the different plans are clearly identified from each other. For this [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

[...] Most of us focus on the extremely high cost of medical care within hospital. While these medical bills can be exorbitant, especially if you need major surgery, another very costly aspect of medical [...]

Hospital Insurance Pays Cash To You Not Your Doctor

[...] accrue. This means that while you could end up with money in your hand after settling all your medical bills from the payout you received from your hospital insurance. But it could also mean that your [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] , in this case cover when in hospital Benefits Medical aid hospital cover will pay for all medical bills that are accrued when hospitalised. This includes the hospital charges, doctors’ fees, [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

[...] Most of us focus on the extremely high cost of medical care within hospital. While these medical bills can be exorbitant, especially if you need major surgery, another very costly aspect of medical [...]

Already Pregnant Women Who Need Medical Aid

[...] . The same applies to pregnancy. Does medical aid cover pregnant women? Yes, South African medical aids do cover pregnant women. They cover any person of any age irrespective of their health status. [...]

Medical Aid Paid Member and Not Doctor

[...] provider, be it a healthcare professional or hospital, may or may not be contracted into medical aids. This means that they will or will not be paid directly by the scheme but it does not mean [...]

Late Joiner Penalty Fee for Medical Aid

[...] later in life a penalty is added to your monthly medical aid contribution. It is one way that medical aids cover the risk of accepting older members who are more likely to require more cover which is [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] or pharmacy will not accept the hospital cash plan as a guarantee of payment. Only medical aids are recognised in this regard. Therefore a hospital cash plan should be seen as a handy [...]

What is Hospital Cover?

[...] plans are clearly identified from each other. For this reason, the term ‘medical aid hospital plan’ is more accurate. It defines the type of cover and the specific level of [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

[...] , that play a part in management. Hospital Plan Only with Chronic Cover These days a medical aid hospital plan is becoming the preferred option as the cost of full cover is unaffordable. With [...]

Medical Aid for Children Without Adult Members

[...] to commit to a full medical aid at the outset with comprehensive day to day benefits. A medical aid hospital plan is not ideal and a hospital cash plan will not do as it is not a medical aid. You may [...]

Hospital Insurance Pays Cash To You Not Your Doctor

[...] cover. Both products cover you for hospital-related expenses but in different ways. A medical aid hospital plan will cover your hospital stay, medicines, tests, consultations and treatment while you [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

[...] aid regulations in recent years has ensured that members are protected against exhausted chronic benefits. Since chronic conditions can be life threatening if not constantly managed, the prescribed [...]

Hospital Cover with Chronic Benefits

Most of us focus on the extremely high cost of medical care within hospital. While these medical bills can be exorbitant, especially if you need major [...]

Scans and Scopes May Not Be Covered By Hospital Plan

[...] a fairly new procedure. Most medical aid members are still uninformed when it comes to authorisation procedures and get caught off guard at a time when they need immediate care. Remember that your [...]

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Medical Aid Paid Member and Not Doctor

[...] There are several reasons why a medical aid may pay the member directly and not the doctor. If the member is paid by the scheme, it is [...]

Medical Aid for Children Without Adult Members

[...] There are instances where children may need to be on a medical aid on their own, without parents or other adult members. This is often seen in divorce where the [...]

Already Pregnant Women Who Need Medical Aid

[...] If you are already pregnant and need medical aid that will cover your existing pregnancy then you need to be aware of some of the facts. First [...]

Late Joiner Penalty Fee for Medical Aid

[...] A late joiner penalty is a fee that a medical aid in South Africa levies for new members who join the scheme after 35 years of age. While South [...]

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