- Coronavirus FAQ's
- How we're supporting you during coronavirus
- health.com.au with Kieser
- The value of private health insurance in a pandemic
- Adding or removing people from your account
- Authorising another person on your cover
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- How do I check my limits?
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- Updating your details
- What am I covered for?
- Waiting periods explained
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- What is an excess?
- What is LHC?
- What is the MBS?
- Where does Medicare fit in?
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Pilot
- Annual premium review
- Can I lock in my premium?
- I can’t use my cover like I used to...
- What if my cover is currently suspended?
- Where do my premiums go?
- Why does my premium change every year?
- Why does my premium change, if I rarely make claims?
- Why is my price change different to the national average percentage?
- 3 ways to save money on your health insurance.
3 ways to save money on your health insurance.
1. Review your cover to make sure you’re only paying for what you’re likely to need. We’re here to help you assess your cover, and see if you’re on the right cover for your health needs. If you're not planning on having any more little ones, we can help you find a more suitable cover. If you’re a couple without children, split your cover to better meet individual needs. We have a great range of policies to choose from that we’ve purposely designed for all stages of life.
2. Save money by increasing your excess. Increasing your excess reduces the premium and if you are not likely to need regular hospital admissions, this could save you money in the long run.
3. Make sure you make the most of your extras. Check your level of cover to find out which extras services you can benefit from. Then you’ll get better value, because you’ll use more of the benefits you’re interested in.