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Health cover goes á la carte

As health insurance costs spiral, new products are giving consumers more choice, but with potentially more risk, writes Emma Kennedy.

27th April, 2014

The health insurance market is in turmoil thanks to policy uncertainty and price hikes. Consumers are cancelling their cover, as prices rise beyond their budget. But insurers are now looking at new ways to offer affordable cover, giving consumers a chance to customise their own insurance.

Last week saw GloHealth launch a new range of health insurance plans that allow customers to tailor their cover, with things like high-tech cardiac cover or a private room...

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