The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India is aware of the reports that some hospitals in India are denying cashless treatment facility to the policyholders for Coronavirus despite such arrangements with the Insurance Companies. It has also been brought to their notice that some of these hospitals are asking the policyholders to make cash deposits from the policyholders.
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As per the provisions of regulation 31 (d) of IRDAI (Health insurance) Regulations, 2016, health and general insurance companies should have an agreement with both private and public healthcare providers and hospitals across the geographical spread. The Insurance Companies are required to publish a (list of the network hospitals) with whom they have a service level agreement shall be published on their websites along with the TPA.
All General and Health Insurers (Except ECGC and AIC)
All the Insurance providers in this regard are advised to ensure that where the insured person is notified about the cashless facility at network hospitals, the policy holder should receive cashless hospitalization benefits as per the policy terms and conditions and the Service Level Agreement between the insurer and the hospitals.
The details and email ids of Grievance redressal officers of Insurers can be accessed from their website.
IRDAI has directed the Insurance companies to ensure smooth cashless treatment to the policyholders in all the network hospitals as per the agreed policy terms.
Therefore, it is clear that the policyholders can avail cashless facility in all the network providers’ or hospitals that are registered with the insurer as per the norms of the Service Level Agreement (SLA)