What type of UK Health Insurance do I need?

What type of UK Health Insurance do I need?

There are a number of different types of Health Insurance policies available in the UK market so how do you know which is the best one for you. Finding out about the options available can really help you make a decision about your cover before you buy a policy. A specialist Health Insurance broker can really help you to understand the market and what benefits are a great choice for you.

Can you have private cancer treatment?

Can you have private cancer treatment?

If Private Cancer Treatment is your priority we can provide you with detailed information about the cancer cover offered from the insurers on our panel. We are an independent and unbiased broker with no affiliation to any of the insurers. We can help you understand the comparison between policies so you can make an informed decision about the policy you buy.

Is private health insurance worth it?

Is private health insurance worth it?

We have the NHS; why would we need to pay more for our healthcare? It is a topic that has been discussed again and again. I have friends who would never buy it and I have friends who would never be without it. Two sides of the coin! So we have to ask the question, is private health insurance worth it? These split opinions are caused by various factors including: Political views Financial position Personal experience of the NHS Family experience of the NHS Good/Bad hospitals within the local area So the answer to this question “is private medical insurance…

How much does private medical insurance cost?

How much does private medical insurance cost?

If you want to know how much it would cost to buy a private medical insurance policy in the UK we hope the following information will help you. Finding out the medical insurance cost for an individual policy is a simple process. 1: The amount  you pay as a consumer will depend on your age. 2: Your premiums as a consumer will depend on where you live. 3: Premiums you pay as a consumer will depend on the benefits you choose. 4: Your health insurance premiums would reduce if you add an excess to your policy. 5: The cost of…

Does your medical insurance cover mental health?

Does your medical insurance cover mental health?

Stress, anxiety and depression being at the forefront of many health concerns of the modern day, so o you know whether your private medical insurance would cover you for any claims and treatment relating to mental health? Mental health issues really could affect anyone. Certain life events or situations could trigger a seriously negative effect over a person’s emotional and psychological wellbeing. People who have private medical insurance in the UK may have the benefit of mental health cover included in their cover. If you have psychiatric cover then this is great news as you will at least be able…

Bupa self-referral cancer service

Bupa self-referral cancer service

Bupa, one of the UK’s leading healthcare specialists, have recently launched the UK’s most comprehensive self-referral cancer service. Cancer Direct Access, which allows its health insurance policyholders to bypass GP appointments when they experience symptoms of cancer. How does the self-referral cancer service work?  If a policyholder feels worried about cancer, they pick up the phone and call Bupa right away. They will speak to a trained adviser who will assess their symptoms over the phone using national clinical guidance to advise them on what to do next. Depending on the cover and underwriting the policyholder has in place and…

Private Prescriptions from The Exeter

Private Prescriptions from The Exeter

Many private medical insurance providers offer added benefits for their policyholders . If you have a policy with The Exeter you can access their private prescription service. What is the private prescriptions service from The Exeter? This service is available if you are insured with The Exeter and is a follow-up to their GP Helpline service. It provides you with a hassle-free way of receiving medication, without a trip to an NHS doctor. When should this service be used? This service is most commonly used for one or two-time medication to help relieve and treat symptoms, following recommendation from a…