Health Shield launches flexible company paid cash plans

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Health Shield launches flexible company paid cash plans

Health Shield will launch a new version of its 'Essentials' and 'Elements' standard plans in January 2017, enabling employers to add private medical insurance (PMI) excess and EAP modules according to need.

At present, ‘Essentials' and ‘Elements' include cover for PMI excess as standard, in line with the majority of cash plan providers in the market. The provider said it made the changes following broker feedback that flexibility was needed to allow for more tailoring and choice in plan structure. Meanwhile, the addition of an EAP module to the standard products helps streamline the product range by eliminating the need for Essentials and Elements ‘Plus' variants, which came with these services...

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