APRIL International Care has announced significant improvements to the range of health insurance benefits it offers under both its individual and SME policies in Singapore to local businesses, expatriates and group schemes.
All inpatient plans will now offer increased hospital cash benefit, whilst at the same time, new areas of medical cover have been added across selected plans. These include cutting edge technologies such as stem cell treatment on Extensive and Elite Hospital & Surgery plans. Emergency room coverage has also been extended.
Outpatient plans have been improved in a number of significant areas too – clients electing to use APRIL International Care’s extensive local panel network of clinics will no longer be subject to a 20% co-insurance requirement, whilst important new additions areas of policy benefits include both traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic treatments.
Finally, in a move designed to lower costs for policyholders, those needing planned treatments who choose to use one of APRIL International Care’s network of hospitals in Singapore and Hong Kong will now benefit from a 15% discount on premiums.
These new benefits apply to both individual and group or SME business.
Commenting on the changes, Customer Journey and Digital Marketing Manager, Kylee Lancsar said, “Our individual and group policy upgrades and new discount option mark an important step in our objective to deliver world class international private medical insurance, backed by the best clinical care available. We are constantly reviewing our benefits package and upgrading this to reflect not only changing customer demand, but also technology advances.”
APRIL International Care are specialists in designing and delivering flexible international health insurance solutions for individuals and companies, with long term, short term and student healthcare plans available.
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