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Insurance designed to cover medical expenses due to severe or prolonged illness by paying all or most of the bills above a set amount.
- ‘This indicates that the fund can meet its expense obligations and absorb unexpected major medical disbursements.’
- ‘Major Medical covers a broader range of medical expenses providing more complete coverage.’
- ‘Of course, you still have major medical, workman's comp, etc.’
- ‘Two years later, he sold it and consulted to two major medical scheme administrators before he again joined forces with Struwig, Prosperity's chief executive.’
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