We’re at that time of year again when nearly 50% of Health Insurance customers are getting ready for their upcoming policy renewal in January. Many will simply renew without really thinking about it to any great extent – often an expensive mistake. There are a few specific factors to consider this year. First of all,
Vhi Healthcare have announced that there will be price changes on a number of schemes on the 31st of December 2020, details are in the attached pricing template: Vhi prices 31 December 2020.xlsx Price changes will apply to the following schemes on the 1st of January 2021, details are attached: Vhi prices 01 January 2021.xlsx
Irish Life Health have announced the launch of two new plans: BeneFit Access 300BeneFit Access 500 BeneFit Access 300 (€907 per adult, €227 per child) provides cover for a semi-private room in private hospitals and the Beacon Hospital with a €300 inpatient excess per claim and a €2,000 co-payment on certain cardiac and orthopaedic procedures. Day Case
Laya Healthcare have announced that there will be price changes on a number of schemes on the 1st of January, details are in the attached pricing template Laya Price Plan Changes 01.01.21.xlsx From the 1st of January a shortfall of 20% will now apply to specific Orthopaedic and Ophthalmic procedures in all private hospitals on
Vhi Healthcare have announced the launch of three new plans. All plans will be available from the 1st of December 2020 FirstCare Extra 150 Day-to-Day will be priced at €1,002.00 per adult and €198.00 per child. Young adult rates will start at €405.46 FirstCare 250 Day-to-Day will be priced at €888.00 per adult and €192.00 per child. Young adult rates
Laya Healthcare have announced the launch of two new plans. They are called Everyday Health and Everyday Health Plus. Both plans will be available from the 1st of December 2020 Everyday Health is priced at €575 per adult and €185.14 per child. See table of benefits below: Everyday Health.pdf Everyday Health Plus is priced at €700 per adult and €200
Laya Healthcare have announced they will end their free child offer on the ‘Essential Connect Health’ as of 1st November 2020. The Essential Connect Health will remain at €1689.99 per adult and €425.80 per child. Young adults are also priced at €1689.99 on this plan. This change will apply to all new and renewing customers
Vhi Healthcare will have a price incease on one plan ‘PMI 32 12’ on 1st November 2020. PMI 32 12 will increase from €1427.89 to €1460.45 per adult and from €410.41 to €420.62. Young adult rates will also increase on the above policy. Full details can be found in the excel spreadsheet below. Vhi Healthcare
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