Bupa to pay £125m Covid rebate to PMI customers

Treatment disruptions

John Brazier
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Bupa to pay £125m Covid rebate to PMI customers

Private healthcare customers to receive one-month premium rebate if affected by Covid-related disruptions to treatment

Bupa has announced it will follow up on its commitment to reimburse its private healthcare insurance customers that had treatments disrupted in 2020 due to the pandemic. PMI customers affected by Covid-related disruptions will share a £125 million payment from the insurer, depending on eligibility. From April 2021, eligible individual customers, and small and large business customers funding health insurance for their employees, are expected to receive a payment equivalent to approximately...

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