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2015-10-19 13:50:29
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One should appoint a nominee in case if the policy holder dies during hospitalization in non-network hospital, his/her nominee can process a claim and entitled to get reimbursement from the insurer. So it is strongly advised to appoint a nominee at the time of buying health insurance.

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