ALC Health expands IPMI underwriting 'switch' terms

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ALC Health is offering new ‘switch' terms for individuals and groups who have international medical insurance underwritten by other insurers who wish to transfer their cover to ALC Health's Prima Premier and Classic plans.

The new ‘switch' facility now enables clients currently insured with Full Medical Underwriting or Moratorium Underwriting to continue with their original terms on transferring to ALC Health.

This is provided they can confirm that they have not received hospital treatment or consulted a specialist about a medical condition during the previous 12 months, do not have any medical treatment scheduled or have had cancer in the past five years immediately prior to the transfer.

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