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    • 25 SEP 14
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    Guidelines for the Early Detection of Cancer

    Breast cancer Yearly mammograms are recommended starting at age 40 and continuing for as long as a woman is in good health Clinical breast exam (CBE) about every 3 years for women in their 20s and 30s and every year for women 40 and over Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel

    • 12 JUN 14
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    Successful Health Check Up Camp for Galadari Employees in Sonapur

    Successful Health Check Up Camp for Galadari Employees in Sonapur

    The Health Check up camp was held at Galadari Camp, Sonapur on Friday 6th June 2014 between 9 to 11:30 AM. The medical services was availed around 400 members  and it included  General assessment with Blood Sugar check up The short awareness talk was given by the physician on How to handle/ prevent Heat stroke

    • 05 JUN 14
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    Free Health Check-up Galadari Camp – Friday 6th June 2014

      Free health check-up camp at GALADARI CAMP SONAPUR  Friday 6th June 2014 at 9 am to 11: 30 am  The growing trend of Health Awareness and approaching summer heat, PENTACARE has taken a step forward to provide a free Health Check-up Camp and awareness program on How to handle / prevent Heat Stroke. As

Who is pentacare medical services?

Pentacare is a TPA ( Third party Administrator) specializing in health insurance services to manage claims in a very effective and efficient manner.

Is Pentacare an Insurance company?

No, we are a TPA which works in alliance with Insurance companies and other payers as an administrative support for claims management.

What role does Pentacare (TPA) play?

We deal in providing complete Health Insurance management and Third Party Administration services to Insurers and other Payers of Healthcare.

How do I use my health insurance card?

You need to present your Pentacare Health Insurance card every time you visit a health services provider (hospital/clinic / Pharmacy) within the network assigned before availing any services in order to qualify for direct billing.

What is direct billing?

You show your card to the provider listed in your network and only pay the deductible written on the card along with co payment (if applicable) for availing the medical services without paying for full cost out of your pocket.

What is co-payment (co –pay)?

It is a portion of medical expenses incurred, usually a fixed percentage written on the card itself, which you have to pay out of your own pocket.

Can I visit a non network provider?

Yes you can, however it would not be on direct billing. You have to pay for the services  in full and file a reimbursement claim for eligible expenses. Also,Check your insurance policy  if it allows for reimbursement in a non- network provider.

How is a pre existing condition defined?

Any Beneficiary health condition known to the Beneficiary and/or to the Contractholder that exhibited symptoms or was a consequence of Injury or Illness for which medical, Surgical and/or pharmaceutical Treatment, medical diagnosis or other advice was provided prior to the Beneficiary’s Enrollment Date.

How do I apply for reimbursement claim?

You have to fill the reimbursement form which is signed and stamped by your physician and you.

How do I get the reimbursement form?

You can contact your HR or you can download it from our website