Monthly Archives: August 2010

What Riders in Health Plan?

Riders in Health Plan

When you apply for health insurance, you’ll answer a long series of questions about your medical history. If you have a current medical condition, your plan will include a rider that limits your coverage for care related to that condition. Usually, that limitation will be in effect for a year.
Here’s an example: let’s say you have a back injury when you apply for coverage. The insurance company will likely accept your application — but they also might include a rider on your plan that limits your coverage for treatment related to your back injury. This limitation, or exclusion period, will probably be in effect for a year. After the exclusion period, any medical services related to your back injury will be covered normally under the terms of the plan.

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ABSTRACT vs INTERFACE

ABSTRACT vs INTERFACE

Abstract Class Interface
1. It is mainly used in versioning scenarios (defining core functionalities). Interface is used as contract mainly.
2. We can use abstract as well non-abstract method. All methods are abstract only. Interface is pure abstract class.
3. We can inherit only one abstract class at a time. We can implement multiple interface.
4. All access modifier can be used. We can have only public access modifier for the methods.

à We can not create object of abstract class, though abstract can have constructors.

àWe can create instance of abstract class like:

AbstractClass obj = new SubClass();

eg:

TextWriter abstract class have two sub classes i.e. StreamWriter & StringWriter

TextWriter tObj = new StreamWriter();

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