Routine patient care costs definition

Routine patient care costs means Covered Medical Expenses which are typically provided absent a clinical trial and not otherwise excluded under the Policy. Routine patient care costs do not include:
Routine patient care costs means Covered Medical Expenses which are typically provided absent a clinical trial
Routine patient care costs means the costs of any Medically Necessary health care service for which benefits are provided without regard to whether the Insured is participating in a clinical trial. Routine Patient Care Costs does not include:

Examples of Routine patient care costs in a sentence

  • Routine patient care costs include items, services, and drugs provided to You in connection with an approved clinical trial that would otherwise be covered by this Plan.

  • Routine patient care costs include items, services, and Drugs provided to You in connection with an approved clinical trial that would otherwise be covered by this Plan.


More Definitions of Routine patient care costs

Routine patient care costs means the costs associated with the provision of health care services, including drugs, items, devices and services that would otherwise be covered under the plan or contract if those drugs, items, devices and services were not provided in connection with an approved clinical trial program.
Routine patient care costs means the costs of any Medically Necessary health care service for which benefits are
Routine patient care costs means the costs associated with the provision of services for Cancer Clinical Trials, including drugs, items and services which would otherwise be covered under the Plan, including health services which are: A) typically provided absent a clinical trial; B) required solely for the provision of the investigational drug, item, device or service; C) clinically appropriate monitoring of the investigational item or service; D) prevention of complications arising from the provision of the investigational drug, item, device or service; and E) reasonable and necessary care arising from the provision of the investigational drug, item, device or service, including the diagnosis or treatment of complications.
Routine patient care costs means those Prior Authorized as Medically Necessary costs as provided in Georgia law (OCGA 33-24-59.1).
Routine patient care costs means costs for those
Routine patient care costs means those medically necessary costs of blood tests, X-rays, bone scans, magnetic resonance images, patient visits, hospital stays, or other similar costs generally incurred by the insured party in connection with the provision of goods, services, or benefits to dependent children under an approved clinical trial program for treatment of children's cancer which otherwise would be covered under the supplemental medical accident and sickness insurance benefit plan, policy, or contract if such medically necessary costs were not incurred in connection with an approved clinical trial program for treatment of children's cancer. Routine patient care costs specifically shall not include the costs of any clinical trial therapies, regimens, or combinations thereof, any drugs or pharmaceuticals, any costs associated with the provision of any goods, services, or benefits to dependent children which generally are furnished without charge in connection with such an approved clinical trial program for treatment of children's cancer, any additional costs associated with the provision of any goods, services, or benefits which previously have been provided to the Dependent child, paid for, or reimbursed, or any other similar costs.