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What is a Manulife claim form used for?

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There are five different Manulife claim forms, all of which individuals use to submit detailed health or dental claims, according to Manulife Financial. Forms are available for download in PDF form from the Manulife website. Individuals submit completed forms to the their plan administrators.

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There are three main Manulife health claim forms: the extended health care claim form, the request for approval of a brand-name drug form, and the drug prior authorization form, explains Manulife Financial. Each of these requires the member's personal and policy details. Manulife also provides a group benefits dental claim form, which outlines and records the policyholder's dental work information and dental insurance details.

The out-of-province/out-of-Canada claim forms are for group benefits and individual members who are seeking reimbursement for physician's fees or hospital service expenses, notes Manulife Financial. For each of these forms, the provider must complete a detailed section about any visits the member has made to his office. In addition to his personal details, the policyholder must also include information for any members covered on the policy who are relevant to the claim. The Manulife website offers an online portal where policyholders can manage their accounts, apply for additional benefits and file claims. Plan administrators and advisors can also read, manage or approve claim forms online

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