A general scenario, a doctor charges you for a procedure that he or she has done at that given point of time. But sometimes doctors perform 2-3 procedures at the same time giving you a cost of procedures that have been conducted multiple times. Ideally, this shouldn’t be the situation.

There are instances that doctors coming in to just check reports and charging you for a visit in spite of a doctor being there on duty. These acts should be caught by the insurer by checking the bills; sometimes they do get overlooked. Hence, patients and their relatives should be aware and keep a close watch on hospital duties and procedures and be cautious from being overcharged.