Supplemental
(Voluntary) Benefits

Supplemental Insurance Policies

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Many times, illnesses, injuries and hospital stays require more spending than you are allowed through your primary and traditional medical health insurance plan. Insurance companies consider costs for testing, overnight hospital stays and anesthesia for the course and generally pay them with little prodding or requests. However, there are other costs that might come into play that your insurance carrier will not end up paying, so you need to find a backup plan in case you need extra funds during an illness or injury.

A good supplemental insurance plan can end up saving you a lot of time, worry and money since you can carve out a certain amount of your regular pay to make payments for this type of insurance plan.

What It Is:

Supplemental insurance can help you pay for supplementary medical expenses, such as costs involved with overnight stays. While the insurance company covers the basic stay, you will find other incidental costs that you will need to pay.

Who It Is For:

Anyone who has to undergo a major or even minor surgery that requires an overnight stay of one night or more. This overnight stay might stem from an illness or injury, and you will find that there are many smaller items to consider during an overnight stay at the hospital.

How It Works:

Whether your office offers a supplemental or cafeteria plan or you find something on your own through your insurance agent, pay your premiums and prepare to reap the benefits if you need to stay in the hospital.

Different Types of Coverage In Existence:

Some items that your supplemental plan will cover include incidental costs involved with an overnight hospital stay such as private rooms and private duty nurses, meals, any type of transportation, telephone calls and even childcare in some cases.

Major Benefits:

Knowing that you can take your time in the hospital to recover from whatever has you staying overnight will give you the peace of mind to rest and not worry about any of the extras you might need.

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