Critical Illness Insurance
Known as incurable disease insurance, the patient can receive comprehensive coverage that covers treatment, radiology, and examinations required for critical diseases such as tumors, cancers, stroke, and others. Previously, survival rates from these diseases were not high, but thanks to advances in medicine, the cure rate for these diseases, which were previously considered fatal and in which the patient incurred high costs has increased beyond the ability to bear. The existence of Health insurance helps cover the expenses of these diseases, but to a certain extent, the expenses of covering examinations and treatments for them are very high, which makes them insufficient to cover the remaining part of the cost of staying in the hospital and so on. The aim of having critical illness insurance is to reduce the financial burden on people with illness, in addition to supplementing the benefits of medical coverage provided by public Health insurance. What conditions are covered by critical illness insurance؟ Doctors differ on the description of patients as terminally ill, but within this difference, all of the following diseases can be classified as critical,: Cancers, including certain types of cancer? Strokes. Heart attack. Paralysis. Renal failure. Coronary artery bypass or angioplasty. Transplantation and transfer of various bodily organs. Alzheimer's.