Exclusions, Medical Benefits


Definition of "Exclusions, medical benefits"

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Limiting provision. Exclusions listed in group health plans include: benefits under Workers Compensation; certain dental procedures; convalescent or rest cures; medical expenses resulting from the insured person and/or covered dependents committing a felony or misdemeanor; cosmetic surgery, unless required immediately because of non-occupational disease, illness, accident, injury, or congenital anomaly in an insured newborn infant; expenses incurred by a member of a health maintenance organization (HMO) or other prepaid medical plan; expenses associated with intentional self-inflicted injuries or attempt at suicide; unreasonable charges for services or supplies; convenience items such as telephone and television.

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