Aviva to offer mental health service for corporate PMI clients

Adam Saville
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Aviva to offer mental health service for corporate PMI clients

'Quick, specialised support' offered to employees with Optimum private medical insurance

Aviva's large corporate PMI clients with mental health problems are being offered access to a specialised service which gives an assessment within 48 hours and end-to-end clinical treatment with a dedicated case manager. The plan, which is available to all holders of Aviva's private health insurance product Optimum, includes links with a range of specialists such as psychotherapists, psychologists, counsellors and psychiatrists, a dedicated case manager and access to a self-referral helpline that...

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