Product Review 2019


All you need to know

What's new with our plans?

Following a recent product review of our WorldCare and SimpleCare plans we've updated our plans and premiums with effect from 1 April 2019. 

Here's all you need to know about our Product Review - with stable pricing, a new SME classification, and enhanced benefits and services, there are many more reasons why you should talk to your clients about Now Health International. 

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Key updates include:


  • Stable pricing: We have made minimal premium increases to the vast majority of our individual and family plans (both WorldCare and SimpleCare) to maintain competitiveness.
  • SME Classification: We've revised our SME classification to cover groups of 3 – 99 employees (previously 3 49 employees). This means Groups of 50 – 99 employees will now be community rated. 
  • Out-Patient Co-Insurance discounts: The discounts for our Out-Patient Co-Insurance options have been aligned worldwide. 

Benefit Changes - Enhanced WorldCare

  • Physiotherapy: We have moved the Physiotherapy benefit from the Out-Patient Charges benefit to the Alternative Therapies benefit.
    • WorldCare EssentialWe have also enhanced the Alternative Therapies benefit above to include cover for 5 physiotherapy sessions (within 30 days after hospitalisation)
  • In-Patient Emergency Dental Treatment: We have enhanced this benefit to include cover for the repair or reconstruction of dentures. 
  • Out-Patient Psychiatric Illness:  We have enhanced this benefit to include treatment administered by a Psychologist (subject to 10 sessions and the benefit limit). 
  • Enhanced added value services: We have also enhanced our added value services - including second medical opinion, travel assistance and global concierge - to better meet the needs of your globally mobile clients. 

Please note there will be no changes to plan benefits to our original WorldCare plans or our recently launched SimpleCare plans. 




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