The future of employee healthcare

How employers accommodate the rising demand for PMI

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Neil Fisher, sales and marketing director, BHSF, discusses the importance of private healthcare at work, for both employers and employees alike.

Private health insurers are seeing a continuation of sky-high claims in 2024 due to NHS backlogs and customers seeking alternate treatments. With the NHS waiting list reaching its peak in September 2023 at 7.7 million patients, with only a modest fall to 7.6m in December, it's crucial that physical and mental health support is accessible to all. As a result, people are now looking to their employers to provide alternate care. With 25% of organisations offering private healthcare as of 2023, another 20% are planning to introduce this in 2024, according to the Independent Healthcare Provid...

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