Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why I Should Opt For Healthcare In India?
You should choose India for your medical treatments because it offers lower pricing, access to cutting-edge medical technology, and rising compliance with international quality standards, as well as the fact that foreigners in India are less likely to confront a language barrier. In addition, the Indian government is taking significant strides to solve infrastructural challenges that are stifling the country's medical tourism development.
2. How can I get a medical opinion and the cost of treatment?
If possible, you may share the patient's case history, current clinical reports, X-RAYS, Scans, and past medical information with us. Then, before your arrival, our expert team of professionals will review your medical records and recommend the best treatment plan for you, along with an estimated cost. To get more information visit, www.clinicspots.com/questions.
3. Is health insurance accepted at hospitals in Banglore?
Please notify the hospitals if you have overseas health insurance that is also valid in India. Hospitals may need you to get an advance payment guarantee, which you will have to coordinate from your home country if it is an approved insurance provider.
4. What are the approved payment methods?
In India, all main forms of payment are accepted, including cash, international Master or Visa credit cards, traveler's checks, etc.
5. What is the difference between hospitals with NABH accreditation and JCI accreditation?
The international society of quality has approved both of these international healthcare quality standards. NABH (National Accreditation Board for Healthcare Organizations) is an Indian product promoted by the Quality Council of India, whereas JCI (Joint Commission Worldwide) is the international branch of the American Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) standards.
As a result of this comparison, the NABH standard is at par with JCI and other worldwide standards approved by ISQua. Both are separated into patient and administrative healthcare parts. The bulk of the JCI and NABH criteria are the same. While not all objective criteria are required in JCI, they are all required in NABH, making it more difficult to achieve.
6. What is the duration of an Indian Medical Visa?
By default, the Indian government permits this visa to be valid for 60 days. However, India's new visa policy allows for a paper-based medical visa extension for up to 180 days. Therefore, you do not need a Medical Visa if you entered India on an Indian Tourist Visa or an Indian Business Visa and need medical help during your stay in India that was not expected in advance.
Furthermore, you do not need a medical visa to consult a doctor about your problem. A Medical Visa, on the other hand, is required for treatment.