Pacific Prime Pleased as AXA PPP Premium Rates Remain Steady with April Adjustment

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Pacific Prime is pleased to report on AXA PPP's stable premium adjustments and the insurers latest customer services that clients can now benefit from.

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AXA PPP is definitely maintaining its competitive edge by offering exceptional services and acceptable premium increases for 2013.

Pacific Prime is pleased to report a steady 6 month premium increase of 3% to 5% from AXA PPP as of April 1st. Increases differ depending on the level of plan a client has selected but after only a 4% increase last October, all plans from AXA PPP will see total annual increases under 10%.

AXA PPP released the first of its semi annual increases in October and all plan levels were affected, including the Comprehensive, Comprehensive Plus and Standard plans. This second set of increases on the other hand, resulted in a stepped level of adjustments on each plan level and each plan was affected differently. The Comprehensive plan increased by 4%, the Comprehensive Plus by 5% and the Standard plan by just 3%. Despite these high-end plans experiencing higher increases, when both semi annual increases are combined the maximum annual increase totals at just 9%.

Pacific Prime clients attached to AXA PPP plans should also be pleased that their insurer is constantly looking for ways to offer new and unique benefits to their clients, other than excellent medical coverage options and steady premium rates. With over 40 years experience in the market, and an increasing global expatriate client base, AXA PPP have adopted a more holistic approach to cater for their clients today.

For example, Pacific Prime clients with AXA PPP plans can benefit from the insurers MyGlobe, Personal Case Management, Health at Hand and Better Health programmes for no extra charge. Particularly useful for expats, the MyGlobe programme is an online portal that enables clients to access a vast amount of individual country information regarding vaccinations, politics, geography, culture, safety alerts, medical outbreaks as well as a list of over 12,000 globally recognised medical providers.

Furthermore, the Personal Case Management service will also benefit clients and was specifically designed to provide expatriates with the extra support that is often required when seeking healthcare in a foreign country. AXA PPP outsource this service via Medix to ensure clients receive impartial assistance and can be connected to the best health provider in the region and are assisted with all the necessary paperwork required to make a claim.

Numerous other services are available to clients attached to AXA PPP and these non-medical related services highlight the growing trend for international insurers to offer more holistic benefits. As expatriates continue to be assigned to various locations across the globe, AXA PPP is definitely maintaining its competitive edge by offering exceptional services and acceptable premium increases for 2013.

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