Bupa to rebate customers facing treatment delays

During to COVID-19

Adam Saville
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Bupa to rebate customers facing treatment delays

Most deferred treatments to be delivered and funded ‘as soon as possible’ at a later date

As UK hospitals and their staff focus on the fight against coronavirus, Bupa has pledged to offer rebate to customers facing postponed healthcare due to the pandemic. While urgent care, such as cancer treatment, will continue, non-urgent hospital procedures are being put on hold. However, Bupa said it expects there will be an overall reduction for delayed treatments. The health insurer written to its customers to inform them of its new commitment, and it plans to commission a third-party review...

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