TPA & Cashless

In case of emergency / planned admission (for patients covered under any mediclaim / health insurance) patient / patient relatives are supposed to produce a valid TPA ID card and insurance policy copy and a valid Photo ID Proof of the Patient.

  • The photocopy of the TPA card, Photo ID card or insurance policy is retained by the admission desk while the patient starts receiving necessary medical treatment.
  • During admission the patient relative fulfils the required formalities like filling up the necessary consent forms.
  • The coordinator/Doctor who is at the hospital TPA desk fills up the pre authorization form (duly signed by the patient / patient relatives) and forwards it to the concerned TPA by fax/mail within 24 to 48 hours of hospitalization of the patient.
  • The coordinator at the TPA desk does regular follow-up with the concerned TPA and waits for the initial approval letter of the patient.
  • The coordinator at the TPA desk answers to any query/additional information asked by the concerned TPA regarding the treatment of the patient.
  • After receiving the authorization/denial letter or any information from the concerned TPA, coordinators at the TPA desk informs the patient relatives.
  • If the concerned TPA sends a denial letter before the discharge of the patient, the patient/patient relatives will have to settle the entire bill amount by cash payment.
  • If the authorization letter is sent by the concerned TPA, the patient/patient relatives have to pay the charges of only the unapproved part.
  • At the time of discharge patient relatives will get the photocopy of all the reports. Original reports and bill are sent to the concerned TPA.

Tie Up With Insurance Sector / TPA

  • LIC
  • ICICI PRUDENTIAl LIFE INSURANCE
  • BAJAJ ALLIANZ
  • MAHARASHTRA POLICE KUTUMB AROGYA YOJANA (MPKAY)
  • EMPLOYEE STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION (ESIC)
  • BSNL
  • DCC BANK
  • RELIANCE GENERAL INSURANCE
  • HEALTH INDIA TPA
  • SPURTHI MEDITECH TPA
  • COOPER CORPORATION PVT LTD
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