Insurance policies will pay for such expenses incurred up to 60 days after discharge. Some premium variants reimburse such amounts for up to 90 days. This would include medicines prescribed in the discharge summary, follow-up visits to your doctor or the hospital and even diagnostic tests during the period. If you need to take nursing care at home, that will be reimbursed too. Similarly, if you have undergone a spine surgery that necessitates post-operative physiotherapy sessions, you can claim the expenses under the post-hospitalisation cover. … [Read more...] about Explained: Post-hospitalisation expenses covered by health insurance policies
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The third infection pathway is in very tiny airborne particles of liquid and material, known as aerosols, that stay suspended in the air for a long time. If the virus attaches to these tiny particles, it can float on the air and spread much further. An effective way to reduce this spread is to purge the air containing those aerosols from rooms by simply opening the windows, as shown here. By opening a window to let the virus escape, the amount of it in a room can be reduced, leading to a lower risk of infection. … [Read more...] about A disturbing reason so few buildings have windows that open
However, the focus was on enabling the defence industry, particularly private companies, to boost infrastructure capabilities and augment investments in their weak R&D base. In other words, the Indian military was quietly served notice that it must mandatorily exhaust every other option for developing weapon systems indigenously before turning to the global marketplace to buy ‘off the shelf’ as a last resort. It was a matter of time before a negative buy list—a crucial first step in slashing the military’s import bill—was announced. … [Read more...] about India’s defence shopping to go desi
This seems like a clear path to let them let you go, let you chase your dream, and let everyone benefit from doing the right thing. But this is likely only going to work if they are reasonable and if you have a positive versus an acrimonious relationship, so I hope that you have a foundation on which to execute this plan. Good luck! … [Read more...] about Can I ‘buy’ back an idea from the private equity firm that owns my company?