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Medically Necessary Care

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This is the reasonable and appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care (including supplies, appliances, and devices) as determined and prescribed by qualified appropriate health care providers in treating any condition, illness, disease, or injury. 

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Detailed Answer

This is the reasonable and appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care (including supplies, appliances, and devices) as determined and prescribed by qualified appropriate health care providers in treating any condition, illness, disease, or injury. In a Long-Term Care Insurance policy, it will pay for either medically necessary skilled services or custodial care.

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