Buying health insurance for your expatriate employees means they feel confident to go overseas and represent your company.
There are many benefits to private health insurance. It allows you to choose from a wider selection of hospitals, treatment options and specialists. Private health care also offers decreased wait times and peace of mind by helping to pay for treatments in the event of unexpected health issues.
Increasing wait times and a lack of funding are making it hard for people with mental illnesses to receive adequate care. Implementing a corporate health insurance plan to satisfactorily cover your employees when it comes to mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety can help.
Basic health insurance cover has recently garnered considerable media attention, with some commentators questions its value. In response we look at the reason why some consumers prefer basic cover, as well as the essential role it plays in the proper functioning of the health insurance market.
There are a number of problems with Australia’s private health insurance system. Will government reform work to effectively adress these?