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Supplemental Hospital Indemnity

Hospital Stays Strain Even The Healthiest Budget

Even a short stay in the hospital can have a major impact on your finances. Even if your health insurance covers a large portion of your hospital stay, you may still be required to meet a substantial deductibles and copays.

Fill the Gaps In Your Medical Coverage

Being hospitalized is stressful enough without worrying about out of pocket expenses and bills piling up at home. Supplemental hospital indemnity insurance provides payment for each day you spend in the hospital.

This extra cash helps fill in the gaps in your medical coverage and keeps you from having to dip too deeply into your savings to cover unexpected bills.

Payouts to Use as You See Fit

The payout from supplemental hospital indemnity insurance can be used any way you see fit. These funds are added financial resources that can be used to help with both medical and non-medical expenses such as child care, groceries, transportation, utilities and other bills.

Put Your TMA Membership to Work For You

This supplemental hospital indemnity plan is open to all TMA members under age 65. When you enroll in this plan you will receive the following benefits:

  • Payouts of up to $250 per day to be used as you see fit.
  • Up to 365 days of coverage, starting the first day you become hospitalized
  • Portability – as long as you remain a TMA member, you can take this coverage with you even if you switch jobs or move out of state

Speak with an experienced TMA Insurance Trust advisor today and let us help you choose a plan that is best for your situation and needs.

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Our health insurance advisors are available weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CST to answer your questions, review your current insurance, and help you get the coverage you need. Call us at 1-800-880-8181.

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