Hospital Expense Insurance

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Hospital Expense Insurance

An insurance policy that provides coverage for the room and board and other basic expenses associated with a stay in a hospital. Hospital expense insurance may supplement one's ordinary health insurance, especially if it does not provide sufficient benefits for hospital stays. As with all insurance, one must pay a premium to receive the coverage.
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would provide Medicare supplement and hospital indemnity insurance.
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Whether or not you're ready to make changes today, you may need medical treatment based on health habits, so it makes sense to get a policy like hospital indemnity insurance, which pays benefits for hospital stays.
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today announced the launch of a new hospital indemnity insurance coverage that can help employees and their families reduce the financial burden of costly hospital stays.
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