How do room rent restrictions in health insurance policies impact policyholders? Option: "They limit the type of room a policyholder can choose, potentially affecting the quality of care", "They reduce the coverage for medical expenses unrelated to room rent", "They make it difficult for policyholders to get admitted to hospitals of their choice", "They increase the overall cost of the insurance premium"

How do room rent restrictions in health insurance policies impact policyholders?

What is the main point the author is trying to convey regarding co-payment and room rent restrictions in health insurance?

What is a potential drawback of agreeing to a co-payment clause in a health insurance policy?

What is a common exclusion in most Mediclaim policies?

Why do insurance companies implement co-payment clauses in their policies?

What are disease-wise sub-limits in health insurance?