We have worked hard to counteract the impact of medical inflation on 2013 premiums so that our members can continue to enjoy affordable healthcare cover without compromising on medical benefits.
Hong Kong (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
Globalsurance clients will be pleased to hear that Interglobal has released their premium increases for 2013 and rates have come in well below the global medical inflation rate of the past 5 years.
Furthermore, premium increases will only affect Globalsurance customers attached to certain Interglobal policies. UltraCare policyholders will only see a 5% increase on their plans; optional maternity, travel and personal accident and International Student plan premiums (in China) will see 0% increases.
Over the past 5 years, InterGlobal’s international medical insurance premiums have increased by an average of 11%, a figure high among other health insurance providers reviewed in the Globalsurance International Insurance review. However, Interglobal has stayed focus on their goal of making the necessary premium adjustments to be able to provide unparalleled value for money policies for their customers.
To do this, several efforts have been made by Interglobal. The insurer has worked hard to improve their management of local and global medical services providers as well as containing costs by improving the claims handling process, aiming to reduce the over prescribing of unnecessary treatments.
Prevention of fraudulent scams have also always been a main priority by the Interglobal team and has allowed them to reduce false claims and thus lowered overall costs for the insurer and consequently, their policyholders.
Mr. Paul Weigall of Interglobal commented on this: “We have worked hard to counteract the impact of medical inflation on 2013 premiums so that our members can continue to enjoy affordable healthcare cover without compromising on medical benefits”
Globalsurance is extremely satisfied with these latest developments and feels that its customers should remain confident that Interglobal are developing in a very positive direction and are making the right moves to maintain low health insurance premiums in future.