HCF Health Insurance Interactive Hospital Demo

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HCF Health Insurance is Australia's largest not-for-profit health insurer. As part of their commitment to making health insurance easy to understand they have created an interactive website called "Going to Hospital?". Users are taken through an interactive Q&A session where they are asked to explain what health problems they have. In response, the website explains what surgical procedure is required, how the procedure is undertaken, what type of medical staff are involved, how long the procedure takes as well as recovery outcomes and costings.

HCF Health Insurance is Australia's largest not-for-profit health insurer. As part of their commitment to making health insurance easy to understand they have created an interactive website called "Going to Hospital?". Users are taken through an interactive Q&A session where they are asked to explain what health problems they have. In response, the website explains what surgical procedure is required, how the procedure is undertaken, what type of medical staff are involved, how long the procedure takes as well as recovery outcomes and costings.

The website is located at http://healthtopics.com.au

HCF (http://www.hcf.com.au) is an Australian not-for-profit health fund founded in 1932 to provide a means for the people to insure themselves against the cost of in-patient care in hospitals. HCF provides a flexible range of health insurance hospital covers, along with a wide offering of ancillary cover options. It has one of the widest networks of health insurance branches in NSW/ACT and has branches in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. HCF services more than 412,688 health memberships covering over 937,000 people, with over 341,000 policyholders with HCF life insurance. Unlike many other funds, members may be elected to the HCF board and participate in managing the direction of the health fund.

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