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Reimbursement

Quick Answer

Reimbursement is the standard way that a Long-Term Care Insurance policy will pay the policyholder (or provider) at the time of claim. The insured or a care provider submits a claim for the charges for the care delivered, and the claim is paid up to the daily or monthly maximum specified in the policy.

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Reimbursement is the standard way that a Long-Term Care Insurance policy will pay the policyholder (or provider) at the time of claim. The insured or a care provider submits a claim for the charges for the care delivered, and the claim is paid up to the daily or monthly maximum specified in the policy. See also Indemnity and Cash Benefit.

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