How Healthy is your business?
Plans and policies designed to take care of your employees health needs. Cover provides speedy and convenient access to medical services, often reducing the length of absence, and returning members to the best possible health, in the shortest time. The benefits are structured to produce a healthy ROI by reducing absenteeism (and lengths of absence), positively impacting productivity and the bottom line.
Examples of these policies and what’s available:
Fast admission – The flexibility and freedom to fix appointments and treatment dates – making it easier to fit in to a busy work schedule.
Prompt referral – Quicker access to leading consultants should further treatment be required.
Access to drugs – Many health insurers provide access to drugs that aren’t available on the NHS.
Private hospital – A more relaxed, quieter and private environment to be treated, including single occupancy rooms and en-suites.
GP helpline – Quicker access to primary care services.
Second opinion – An easy and convenient escalation process to change consultants if you are not happy.
NHS / Private dentistry – both options covered.
Easy enrolment – Group schemes avoid the need for underwriting, enabling members to claim to the full extent of the policy benefits from day 1
Emergency dental treatment – when you are away from your usual dentist
Additional services – Cover for out of hours consultations, cover for treatment following a dental injury
Overseas – Worldwide emergency dental treatment
Low cost employee benefit schemes, with high perceived value.
Cash benefits on areas such as; dental, optical, consultations, therapies, chiropody, prescriptions – and many more
Cover for employees stationed abroad for more than 180 days per annum, or a single trip exceeding 90 days duration.
Benefit structure similar to UK policies, extended to include cover for chronic conditions, GP appointments and evacuation or repatriation
Cover for employees travelling overseas for less than 180 days per annum, and no single trip over 90 days.
Benefits can include UK business trips, and replacing an overseas employee who is taken ill.
Typical private medical insurance benefits, offered a discounted rates to self-paying employees (minimum numbers apply)