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MODULE 110 - UNIT 4
Automated teller machine
Certified Medical Assistant
Universal Claim Form
Date of services
Electronic Health Record
Employer identification number
Instensive care unit
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Not otherwise specified
Non sufficient funds
A feature in some life and disability insurance policies that provides for twice the face amount of the policy to be paid if death results to the insured from accidental causes.
The maximum amount of time for which benefits will be paid to the injured or ill person for a disability.
The time period from the beginning of disability to receiving the first payment of benefit.
What is the time for a veterant to file a claim to receive outpatient at VA expenses for a service connected to disability.
Within 1 year of sustaining the injury.
What do residual benefits pay?
A partial benefit when the insured is not totally disabled.
What are dismemberment benefits?
This offers the insured person protection when loss of sight or loss of limb occurs.
In 1956 Congress established a program under title II of the
Social Security Act for long-term disability known as?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Where is Disability Income Insurance available thru?
a- Private insurance companies (individual policies)
b- Employer-sponsored plans (group policies)
c- Goverment plans.
Coverage that provides a specific monthly or weekly income when a person is unable to work due to illness or injury is known as?
Disability Income Insurance.
A reason for denial of disability income benefits is insufficient medical info.
If a state has State Disability Insurance : All type of workers are covered.
For patients receiving VA medical care travel expenses to and from the facility are a covered benefit.
For people trying to qualify for SSDI or SSI determination is always made by a physician.
Disable workers younger than 65 years of age are eligible for SSDI.
Medical requirements are the same for both the SSDI and SSI programs.
When an employer provides disability income insurance and the employee leaves the company the insurance terminates unless the employee is disabled.
Temporary disability exist when an illness or injury prevents a person from performing one or more of the functions or the regular job.
Benefits for medical expenses are provided through disability income insurance.
Disability income policies do not provide medical expenses benefits.