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Exclusiones y limitaciones: Lea con cuidado la letra pequeña

​Understanding what your policy doesn't cover is just as important as knowing what it does cover.

Every health plan includes a section with exclusions and limitations. This is a list of medical services and equipment your health plan will not pay for (i.e. the fine print). It is worth taking the time to read this section all the way through to save yourself from any unpleasant surprises while you file an insurance claim.

Services Typically Not Covered in Managed Care Plans

While benefits, limitations and exclusions may vary from policy to policy, there are some services often excluded from coverage. Check your plan for specifics. 

Many managed care plans also have general exclusions, such as services or supplies that are not medically necessary or for which there are no accepted standards of medical practice.

Commonly Asked Questions

Are there limits on what the plan will pay for?

All plans limit some services, such as mental health care and home health care. If your child needs services that are limited by your plan, you should seek advice from your pediatrician.

How long can a child remain on a parent’s health insurance plan?

With passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), children can now remain on their parent’s health insurance plan up to age 26. 

Have Additional Questions?

If you have questions, talk to a representative of the plan. If your plan is through your employer, talk to the personnel or benefits manager. Services covered by the plan may change periodically, such from one benefit plan year to another. Review your plan at least annually. Do not assume that a service will be covered. Be certain it will.

Última actualización
8/20/2015
Fuente
American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright © 2013)
La información contenida en este sitio web no debe usarse como sustituto al consejo y cuidado médico de su pediatra. Puede haber muchas variaciones en el tratamiento que su pediatra podría recomendar basado en hechos y circunstancias individuales.
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