Admed Gap Cover - Supreme Option 2021 Benefits
The monthly 2021 premium for under 65 years old client policies will be R276.00
Benefits for 2021
Supreme, Supreme Pensioner Gap
Medical Expense Shortfall Benefits subject to a maximum of R173 000 per person per year
Benefit for shortfalls in medical practitioner costs
Covers the shortfall between what the medical practitioner charges and the medical scheme pays, up to 3 times the amount paid by the medical scheme for in-hospital and certain out-of-hospital procedures.
Benefit for co-payments applied by medical scheme for certain procedures
Covers co-payments which a medical scheme levies for approved in-hospital or out-of-hospital procedures which members need to pay upfront and out of their own pockets.
Benefit for co-payments on oncology treatment programmes / Oncology extender benefit
Covers the co-payment (including biological drugs and specialised medication) of up to 20% that medical schemes impose on members once they have reached their oncology treatment benefit limit for the year.
Covers the first 20% of cost (including biological drugs and specialised medication) of each treatment paid by members after they have reached their oncology treatment benefit limit and no further benefit is available from the medical scheme for that year.
Benefit for shortfalls in internal prosthesis costs
Pays the shortfall in internal prosthesis costs up to R30 000 per family per year. An internal prosthesis replaces a body part, with an exception of pacemakers and stents with a sub-limit of R6 000 which aggregates to the R30 000 limit.
Emergency accidental casualty benefit
Covers up to R15 000 of the costs paid by members for casualty visits due to an emergency and an accident. This benefit is limited to 4 casualty visits per family per year, however only 1 of these visits may be due to an emergency, for a dependent that is 5 years old or under on the date of the claim event. The benefit for this claim is limited to R2 000.
Lump sum Benefits
Lump sum benefit for first time cancer diagnosis
Pays a once-off lump sum benefit of R5 000 if an insured is diagnosed with minimum stage II, local and malignant cancer for the first time while covered on the policy OR
Pays R15 000 for first-time diagnosis of at least stage 2, regional and malignant cancer. Pays an additional R10 000 if the medical scheme oncology benefit limit is reached in the same year. Benefit is payable once per insured per lifetime.
Lump sum benefit for personal accidental death and disability
A lump sum of R50 000 will be paid if an insured dies or becomes permanently and totally disabled as a result of an accident while covered by the policy. The death benefit will be reduced if death relates to a minor. Subject to one claim per insured per lifetime.
Violent crime benefit
Doubles any lump sum accidental death or disability benefit paid if the death or disability is due to a violent crime. The death benefit will be reduced if death relates to a minor.
Premium waiver benefit
Pays the equivalent of R6 000 per month for 6 months towards medical scheme contributions and gap cover premiums, if the premium payer covered on this policy dies or becomes permanently and totally disabled as a result of an accident. The full amount of R36 000 is paid upfront and not over the 6-month period.
Trauma counselling benefit
Pays R750 per counselling session and up to R25 000 per family per year, for trauma counselling as a result of being a victim of, or witness to, an act of violence (such as murder, assault, robbery, rape, kidnapping or hijacking) or a traumatic accident.
Baby bump benefit
Pays a fixed amount of R2 000 upon diagnosis of pregnancy by a medical practitioner.
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