A Guide to Discovery Health Plans
Medical Bills are two words that strike fear into those people that do not have adequate medical aid coverage, but are two words that mean nothing to those people that are completely covered. With illness and injury all too commonplace in everyday life, it is important to take away the strain and worry that comes from having to face expensive treatments for illness and injury. That is why a lot more people need to make sure that they become members of a health plan in the near future.
With medical treatment costs on the rise, not to mention the ever increasing costs of prescription medicines and dental treatments, it is important that people do not gamble with their health. In exchange for a small financial outlay each month, there are a number of medical aid plans out there that offer different levels of medical coverage, and it can be a bit confusing when trying to select the right one for your needs.
Discovery Medical Aid is one such company, and they have been providing their Discovery Health Plans for more than two decades in fact. Discovery Health Plans come in 6 variants, ranging from the basic to the more comprehensive health plans. Within the 6 different Discovery Health Plans, there are a number of different options, so that a customer can pretty much tailor their medical aid coverage needs to their particular set of circumstances.
The 6 health plans that Discovery Medical Aid offer are; Saver Series, KeyCare Series, Core Series, Priority Series, Comprehensive Series, and the executive plan. All of these health plans, with the exception of the executive plan, all have varying degrees of cover depending on how much a person wishes to spend each month.
Some of the benefits that these plans offer the subscriber include, visits and stays in a hospital, emergency transport to a hospital, access to a doctor, help with advanced medical treatment, as well as rehabilitation. All in all, the health plans provided by Discovery Health are some of the most detailed and feature packed to be found anywhere in South Africa at this moment in time.
For those people that are still living their everyday lives without adequate medical cover, then they need to take a long hard look at their circumstances and lifestyle, and think about the problems that they could encounter when illness and injury strike.