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medical care plan

The goals of the physician's care and the treatment instituted to accomplish them.
See also: plan
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The Hayatuna Medical Care Plan, available for a monthly premium as low as RO7, offers a maximum coverage of RO10,000 for treatment of seven critical illnesses, including heart attack, cancer, kidney failure, major organ transplant, multiple sclerosis, stroke and coronary artery by-pass surgery.
Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) are another type of commonly used health care plans, with a 40 percent enrollment share of those with employer medical care plans. HMOs provide health care for their members through a network of hospitals and physicians.
Among workers covered by a prepaid medical care plan, BLS data for the 2002 NCS show that about three-fifths could receive hospital room and board services for any type of illness without any restrictions on the amount of coverage or without any required patient payment.
One may select and change, at will, one's physicians, or may choose a medical care plan such as that provided by a closed panel or group practice or health maintenance organization.
A voluntary medical care plan was supported by the American Medical Association in opposition to a compulsory health insurance plan proposed by Pres.
The core plan would not provide anything but a basic medical care plan, but the cost would be zero to the employee, with some cost for dependent coverage.
MUSCAT Eoe1/4" BankMuscat, the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate, and Badr Al Samaa, the largest private medical institution, have come together to promote the bankEoe1/4aos unique Hayatuna Medical Care Plan that offers affordable insurance coverage against seven critical illnesses.
* Full-time union workers were more likely to participate in a medical care plan than their nonunion counterparts;
For example, a traditional fee-for-service medical care plan may cover skilled nursing care for 60 days during each confinement.
One important factor in determining benefit limitations is the type of medical care plan. Traditional fee-for-service plans, which reimburse patients or providers after care is received, typically limit available inpatient substance abuse treatment to a maximum number of days per year.

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