Yes, it is. It could fall on either life or health insurance - that is if you have either.
There are many different varieties of people who are considered insurance health individuals. These people include, but are not limited to, people who purchase health insurance individually, and those that purchase it for an individual.
Paul R. DeMuro has written: 'The financial manager's guide to managed care & integrated delivery systems' -- subject(s): Health Insurance, Health Services, Health services administration, Insurance, Health, Managed Care Programs, Managed care plans (Medical care), Medical care, Organization & administration, Economics, Health insurance, Fees and Charges, Integrated Delivery of Health Care
AnswerGet a job with insurance ... I've got two, they're out there.
In India, LIC of India sells health policy viz., Jeevan Arogya. But technically, health insurance policy comes within the purview of general insurance. Star Health & Allied Insurance Co.Ltd. in the general insurance sectors sells only Health insurance polcies.
The delivery of health care.
Competetive Insurance is the theory of health care delivery services that holds that the quality and efficiency of such services would improve if independent groups had to compete for health care consumers.
Four components make up the current healthcare system; financing, insurance, delivery and payment.
I think what you are suggesting is considered fraud by the insurance company and you would get free health insurance in prison.
If it's considered a "pre-existing condition" the insurance won't pay for it.
Liposcution prices mostly likely will not be impacted by health insurance. Many liposuction procedures are considered cosmetic and not required for the overall health of the patient and therefore not related to health insurance.