The monumental deal signed last month between the private health sector and the NHS to help fight coronavirus will see enhanced NHS cash benefits, online clinical centres, virtual GPs and care pathways. However the move, which will allow the NHS to carry out some of the urgent operations and cancer treatments that might have been otherwise prevented by the pandemic, has forced health insurers to find ways to add value to polices. At the time, Association of Medical Intermediaries and Insurers (AMII) chair Stuart Scullion urged for flexibility; to ensure policyholders still benefit fro...
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