AXA PPP healthcare launches SME cover

Mix and match approach

Adam Saville
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AXA PPP healthcare launches SME cover

Cover options include diagnostics, treatment, outpatient, mental health and more

AXA PPP healthcare has made a mix-and-match approach to health cover benefits available to small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Business Health offers a range of cover options to choose from. These include: Diagnostics only - for scans, tests and surgery, plus up to two consultations a year. Treatment for hospital/surgical costs and cancer care. Out-patient with a choice of two, four or ‘no yearly limit' for consultations with a specialist. Therapies for physiotherapy, osteopathy...

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