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 The difference between indemnity and traditional health insurance plan?

Answer Indemnity plans do not have to pay the hospital or doctor. Indemnity plans are designed to indemnify either the insured or the provider. That means if you have services that cost 20,000.00 dollars ... Read More »
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What is the difference between Indemnity and Pay on Behalf of in an insurance policy?

Indemnity, indemnify (as I understand it) is protection from loss, and to make whole, after a loss has been sustained.On Behalf of would be the person the sum is being paid for/in your stead/repres... Read More »
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What Is Indemnity/Traditional Insurance?

Indemnity/traditional insurance is a type of insurance cover that protects employees and business owners when they are at fault for a financial or physical error or professional malpractice/neglige... Read More »
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Which of these statements describes the elements of a traditional fee for service health insurance plan?

It is usually the most expensive heathcare choice but offers the most flexibility =]---emmy g
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What is indemnity health insurance?

Indemnity health insurance is one of two main health plans in the United States, with managed care insurance being the other. This insurance policy allows the insured to control and have flexibilit... Read More »
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