Does your medical aid cover 100% of your in-hospital procedure bill? Did you know that medical practitioners can charge up to 500%? Working in conjunction with your medical aid, Elixi Gap Cover offers you peace of mind by providing cover from 101% up to 500% of the medical practitioner cost for in-hospital procedures and specified outpatient procedures.
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This plan covers from 101% to 500% of the medical practitioner cost for in-hospital procedures and specified outpatient procedures. Cover is limited to five times the Medical Scheme Tariff and does not provide for additional costs of prosthesis, materials and medication. It covers the services provided by specialists, general practitioners and medical professionals during the period of hospitalisation.
If you receive emergency medical treatment in a hospital casualty unit, this benefit will cover the treatment costs.
Limited to R10, 000 per insured person per annum.
“Emergency” means the sudden and, at the time, unexpected onset of a health condition requiring immediate medical treatment and/or operation. If the treatment is not available, the emergency could result in weakened bodily functions, serious and lasting damage to organs, limbs or other body parts, or death.
This covers you for charges above most limits for in-hospital procedures and treatment which exceeds limitations imposed by the medical scheme.
The Medical Aid Scheme sets sub-limits on Medical Aid benefits. These limits can be set per procedure type in order to manage exposure.
If you are required to pay an upfront fee, before medical assistance is administered (e.g. MRI scan), co-payment can help you cover the cost.
“Co-Payment” means a stated amount imposed as a co-payment or deductible by a medical scheme. A co-payment or deductible must be indicated in the rules of the medical scheme as approved by the Council for Medical Schemes.
A co-payment or deductible as a result of an agreement between a member and a medical scheme will not qualify for benefits in terms of this policy.
Following the death or the total and permanent disability of the principal member of the medical scheme, the benefit will pay the medical aid premiums at the time of the incident for six months within the stated limitations. This benefit will commence on the first day of the following month from the date of the incident.
The Premium Waiver Benefit terminates at the earlier of the member reaching the benefit expiry age of sixty-five. Claims submitted before the benefit expiry age will be assessed and paid, but claims after the benefit expiry age will not be accepted. The Premium Waiver Benefit is not available on the Senior package.
This benefit provides cancer treatment in a private hospital subject to the sub-limitations and co-payments imposed by the medical scheme and covers charges for treatment subject to a defined list of biological Cancer drugs for specific oncological conditions and/or sub-groups of cancer.
This benefit provides for Cancer treatment in a private hospital subject to an excess of R200,000 per Treatment Cycle.
Treatment includes hospital expenses, chemicals, medication and out-patient radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
Covers the excess amount which exceeds the limitations applicable under the Medical Aid option and/or above the hospital limitation. Hospital Excess Cover is subject to a minimum excess of R200,000.
All benefits are limited to R157,000 per insured person per annum.
The 24 hour GP helpline is staffed by medical professionals. This critical service provides advice and assistance. Members will be able to discuss a number of medical related matters with a qualified GP and or nurse on the following: medical advice, second opinion, confirmation and clarity of medical diagnosis, guidance on drug regime, guidance to a specialist GP, guidance and advice on the side effects of prescribed treatment, telephonic follow up after diagnosis and treatment.
In the event that a policyholder is exposed to HIV through a trauma or assault, the member will have access to: 24 hour Telephonic HIV advice and counselling line, emergency evacuation to HIV treatment facility (ER24 only), medical consultation, 3 day starter pack, 25 day antiretroviral HIV treatment including, sexually transmitted disease therapy and pathology tests.
In the event that a member is involved in a traumatic event or is witness to a traumatic event the member will have access to unlimited telephonic counselling, referral to a qualified counsellor, face to face counselling with a qualified counsellor.
Limited to R3,000 per event.
In the case of a life-threatening or life-altering diagnosis, a second opinion is regarded as ‘international best practice’. Diagnosed with a serious medical condition? EMSO is your access to a second opinion from the world’s best doctors and leading medical research centres, giving you peace of mind that your diagnosis is 100% accurate and your treatment plan is right for your condition. EMSO is an independent review of your diagnosis and, most importantly, your treatment plan.
There are no additional costs for receiving a second opinion and no restriction on usage – you can use the service when needed, as long as you are an Elixi Gap Cover member.
Provides Elixi Gap Cover members with a callout and up to one hour’s labour (initial fault only), for emergency events that relate to plumbing, electrical faults, faults with appliances, damage to external windows, and emergencies where a locksmith is required.
MEDICAL INSURANCE DISCLAIMER: This is not a medical scheme and the cover is not the same as that of a medical scheme. This policy is not a substitute for medical scheme membership. The benefits are subject to waiting periods and applicable limits. These are outlined in the policy wording which you are required to read and understand. T&Cs apply. The increase would be based on risk and inflation rates. This is not your policy wording and for the full disclaimer please go to www.elixi.co.za/disclaimer-notice
GAP COVER DISCLAIMER: This is not a medical scheme and will not be a substitute for medical scheme membership. It fills the GAP between what is covered by your Medical Aid, and the actual amount charged by your medical practitioner for in-hospital procedures. This is not your policy wording and for the full disclaimer please go to www.elixi.co.za/disclaimer-notice
Please note that the premiums presented on this website are based on the current rates and is subject to an increase which should take place in December 2018. The increase would be based on risk and inflation rates.
Constantia Insurance Company Ltd – an authorised FSP 31111. Talksure Trading (Pty) Ltd – an authorised FSP 42788. Ambledown Financial Services (Pty) Ltd – an authorised FSP 10287.