What is a Private Medical Plan?
Private Medical Insurance is an insurance policy designed to cover the cost of complex private healthcare procedures and aftercare. It will typically cover members for surgery associated with ‘acute conditions’, such as hip replacement or having a hernia removed, and fast-track diagnostics for cancer with access to different cancer treatments not currently available on the NHS.
Why is a Private Medical Plan so Important?
Private medical insurance usually gives members:
Quicker access to consultants, tests and treatment
Private hospitals often have facilities to make the stay more comfortable, like TVs and private en-suite rooms.
In some instances, access to treatment and drugs that aren’t widely available on the NHS
Greater control over which hospital members go to, and when - members usually have a choice of private hospitals.
Full benefits are detailed below:
Before deciding whether Advantage Medical is right for your employees, or whether you should be considering the Advantage Health Cash plan, you should review both and consider which is more applicable to your company's circumstances. Please view here for assistance in making this choice.
Offering a saving of up to 30% on the cost of purchasing a comparable medical insurance policy as an individual without the premium reductions offered by a group-purchase arrangement, Advantage Medical Plan can be offered to employees on either a company-funded or employee-funded basis via premium deduction from salary.
Private Medical Plan
Advantage Private Medical
Providing benefits on contraction of a range of life-changing medical conditions, from Cancer treatment to Outpatient Physiotherapy, including:
Cancer Treatment MRI, CT & PET Scans
Hospital Fees for Day Case Treatment & In-Patient Surgery
Outpatient Physiotherapy & Complementary Therapies
For a full list of treatments covered under this plan please click here