Group Private Medical Insurance Advice (PMI)

What is Group Private Medical Insurance?

Group PMI is a policy taken out by an employer to enable their employees to receive eligible private treatment quickly with minimum disruption, reduce cost of sickness absence.

BENEFITS TO EMPLOYER: employees are indeed the most important asset a company has, looking after their health is crucial to your business PMI is a high-value benefit and give peace of mind to attract and retain experienced employers allowable business expenses for corporate tax purposes reduce cost of sickness absence

BENEFITS TO EMPLOYEE: peace of mind, no wait for eligible treatment at the NHS you choose treatment time that will suit you and fit in with business times private rooms in private hospitals you determine which visiting times will suit you most extended cover for family members Time is money!

Employee Health Management Solutions –

Prevent: Insurance risk assessment and occupational health consultancy can prepare your business for any potential risk and help to limit exposure. This includes factors such as DDA legislation; stress auditing; occupational health risk; workplace assessment; management of chronic conditions; employee health awareness, etc. –

Protect: Introducing range of medical cover to reflect the needs of your business provides protection both for your employees and your profit. This includes claims management; insurance consultancy and occupational health. –

Proact: You can take steps to minimise the cost of organisational ill-health. Evaluation of risk, strategic HR/business planning and management control can ensure you manage employee health – it doesn’t manage your business. An integrated approach means all aspects of your employee health management scheme are co-ordinated and more cost-effective.

See also Employee Benefits

Group PMI Kent | Group PMI Ashford
Group PMI Maidstone | Group PMI Canterbury

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