Among other things, a loss of health can mean a loss of earnings if you are not able to work, and it can also mean medical bills that are extremely expensive.
Health insurance can help you avoid some of those costs and it can also help individuals to lead more healthy lives by paying for preventive measures such as regular check ups and immunizations to name just two.
There are several means by which an individual can get health insurance. A person may pay for his or her own insurance.
A person may receive health insurance as part of an employment package. A person may receive health insurance through local programs.
Medical insurance is increasing in importance by allowing you to leap to the front of the queue, enabling you to get on with the more important things. Additionally you can be in control of the schedule, choosing the times and dates around work and other commitments, to best suit your needs.
Many companies offer 24 hour help lines, meaning there is always someone available to call, should you have any queries/concerns regarding the welfare of yourself or a family member. Other potential ameneties such as a private room, ensuite and TV etc are not offered with the NHS.
“76,054 patients faced delays of more than four hours, compared to 42,970 in the previous year”
NHS Statistics March 2018
The biggest benefit of private medical insurance is undoubtedly the reduction in waiting times to a see a consultant. At such a vital time, the onus is to resolve an injury/illness in as timely manner as possible, to reduce pain, upset and disruption.
Medical plans remove the barriers often involved in with getting the care you require. Extra benefits include:
- See a Specialist Quicker
- Fast Diagnosis for X-ray, MRI Scans and Blood Tests
- Better Quality Treatment
- Quicker recovery
- Injury Prevention Support
- After Care