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65% Of American Cancer survivors said they did not have sufficient income to cover out-of-pocket expenses for cancer treatment and other incurred debts related to the illness following treatment. 

Insights From Survivors: Managing the Personal, Emotional and Financial Impact of Cancer, Washington National Institute for Wellness Solutions, 2014.

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Q: How does it work?
An Inpatient Medical Expense Insurance policy is designed as a companion to your medical coverage. It can reduce or in some cases, even totally eliminate the inpatient out-of-pocket expenses you or your covered dependents may incur.
 
This benefit is designed to offset the cost you incur as an inpatient in the hospital when your health plan applies such expenses to your deductible or coinsurance. Coverage includes inpatient hospital stays, inpatient surgeries, and physician’s in-hospital charges. Also includes coverage for emergency room treatment if the ER treatment results in a hospital admission
 
For an expense to be eligible it must:
 
•Be an Inpatient procedure
•Be medically necessary for the treatment of an injury or sickness.
•Be covered by your health insurance plan and applied to a deductible/ co-insurance/copayment 
•Must be incurred while policy is inforce.
 
This policy does not pay 100% of out-of-pocket expenses. Exclusions, limitations and other provisions apply.