The Exeter expands IP, PMI HealthWise benefits

Diet and nutrition

John Brazier
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The Exeter expands IP, PMI HealthWise benefits

The Exeter service to offer consultations with registered dietitians and qualified nutritionists

As a new benefit to income protection and private medical insurance (PMI) policyholders, the HealthWise app will offer access to six consultations per year with registered Health & Care Professions Council dietitians to providing one-on-one support for dietary needs. Members with special dietary requirements due to health conditions, such as coeliac disease or diabetes, will also be able to benefit from the added consultations, according to The Exeter. The service, rolled out in March 2019...

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