The world of private health insurance is no stranger to jargon. The typical policy includes countless words and phrases that seem made up. Most also have just as many that look simple enough but mean something completely different. Confused? You’re not alone. In this article, we’re going to focus in on one common but important
If you’re like most people, the thought of regularly reviewing your health insurance may be too much to deal with. Policies are complex and hard to understand, and reviewing your options has historically taken lots of time. At insurely, we’ve made the comparison process much, much simpler. But whether you use us, our competitors, or do
You’ve chosen your policy, and it covers you for everything you need. All that’s left is to decide on the excess. Should you go with the $500 excess at $102 per month, or the $250 excess at $120 per month? If you’re stumped on this, we’re here to help!
When many people consider the importance of private health insurance, extras are often front-of-mind. Being covered for a new pair of glasses each year, limiting physiotherapy expenses and regular dental check-ups are reasons we often hear to justify private health insurance. While it can be daunting choosing a policy from the huge range of alternatives,
Are you and your partner covered on the same private health insurance policy? And does your policy include pregnancy cover? It may seem hard to believe, but there’s a good chance that both of you are paying for pregnancy cover, even if one of you are male. Fixing this is quick and easy, and can