Things to know about Health Insurance with organ transplantation cover

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15 Jun 2023

Understanding Health Insurance for Organ Transplantation

As medical facilities experience great technological advancements, organ transplantation has become a prominent medical procedure in cases of organ damage or failure. However, this procedure can easily burn a hole through your pocket.

Organ transplantation is usually done in cases where a person is facing health issues because of a missing, malfunctioning, or damaged organ that is posing a threat to one’s life. Organs such as the heart, lungs, kidney, etc., can be transplanted if needed to save the patient. Certainly, this medical procedure comes at a high cost. Generally, organ transplantations can range between Rs. 5-20 lakhs approximately. It is impossible to anticipate medical emergencies, especially those that threaten life.

So, how can you safeguard yourself as well as your loved ones in these situations?

One commonly chosen option is to purchase health insurance or critical illness insurance that covers your expenses and protects your savings against any costs incurred due to an organ transplantation procedure.

Even when you choose a health insurance plan, it is important to check details about what kind of medical emergencies are covered by different policies.

All the details to know about health insurance with organ transplantation cover

Firstly, let us take a look at the steps involved in an organ transplantation procedure that could lead to major expenses.

  1. Organ screening

  2. Before hospitalization

  3. During hospitalization

  4. Organ transplant surgery

  5. Monitoring & post-surgery hospitalization

  6. Rectification of any post-surgery complications

When looking for a health insurance plan that covers organ transplantation, it's important to consider the expenses associated with these procedures.. To ensure that a policy covers all your needs, it's recommended that you visit Kotak General Insurance's website and carefully review the coverage details provided.

Purchasing a Critical Illness Insurance plan

A health insurance policy usually covers costs in cases of unplanned medical emergencies where hospitalization is required. However, depending upon the policy plan you choose, certain critical illnesses, like kidney failure, heart disease, cancer, paralysis, etc., may not be covered under regular health insurance.

Alternatively, you can purchase critical illness insurance separately or as an add-on to your health insurance plan. This shall allow you to get coverage against expenses and loss of savings that can be incurred during treatment of a critical illness Or organ transplantation. While choosing a critical illness insurance plan, make sure to go through the different options available and select the one that offers maximum features while also suiting your budget.

The following are essential details to consider when choosing critical illness insurance.

  1. Waiting Period

  2. Survival Period

  3. Number of days/years covered

  4. Sub-limits

  5. Medical conditions & procedures covered

Purchasing health insurance, especially critical illness insurance, should be done as soon as possible. It is a smart way to safeguard yourself and your family against the unpredictability of life. A healthy lifestyle is another smart decision to avoid any health risks.

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