Mon, 3 Dec 2018
Update on 2019 Benefit and contribution Adjustments
We are nearing the end of yet another benefit-year and 2018 presented all of us with many challenges, whether those changes be economic or health related.
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The Basic option provides reasonably-priced, primary healthcare services to the lower-income group. (Maximum monthly salary may not exceed N$7 000).
The Active option offers benefits associated with hospitalisation and day-to-day medical expenses. This option will cater for young, single people and smaller, healthy families.
The Trauma option offers comprehensive benefits for major medical expenses normally associated with hospitalisation. Ideal for members wishing to cover hospital costs only.
The Essential option is generally suited for the healthier person or family between 36 and 55, who seeks greater benefits than the Active option without needing as much as the Standard option offers.
The Standard option offers benefits associated with hospitalisation and day-to-day medical expenses. This option is well-suited for the middle-to-higher-income earners who wish to enjoy peace of mind.
The Comprehensive option offers benefits associated with hospitalisation and day-to-day medical expenses. Ideal for members wishing to cover their medical costs to the greatest extent possible or whose health risks may be perceived as high.
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