What's better? Private or NHS healthcare?
PMI for large businesses
These are private medical care insurance plans where companies want to cover 50 or more people. Although insurers have standard corporate products, these can often be amended on cover and price to suit the needs of the business. For corporate cover, we suggest that you use the services of an insurance broker who can negotiate with insurers on your behalf and has access to those insurers who will not deal direct with businesses on corporate cover.
Where such businesses are arranging cover, there can be tax implications for the company and employees, as an employee benefit it is vital that any insurance covering private health, dovetails with covers arranged on pensions, life, accident and travel policies; to avoid duplications or gaps in cover.
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We have broken down the hundreds of policies on offer into specific categories to help you find your way through the health insurance maze.