Avoid medical expense shortfalls with MedGap gap cover

May 2019 | SPONSORED CONTENT

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Private medical practitioners may charge considerably more than what your medical aid plan provides for. This then creates a shortfall or “gap” between what your medical aid pays and the rates the treating medical practitioner charges. Gap cover is a medical short-term insurance product designed to cover these shortfalls incurred in and out of hospital. Without gap cover, you would be personally liable to pay the difference in rates.

Gap cover is not a substitute for your medical aid; it’s simply a supplementary product that helps you and your loved ones cover your medical expense shortfalls.

Why choose MedGap?

MedGap, underwritten by Guardrisk, offers affordable gap cover products specifically designed to provide cover for specified medical expense shortfalls if you need surgery or medical treatment in hospital, as well as for certain procedures performed out-of-hospital.

As one of HealthPrint’s partners, MedGap is offering HealthPrint members a special offer on its Primary and Supreme products. Members can get up to 29,06% discount by taking out a gap cover policy through MedGap.

You will be assured of comprehensive cover for medical shortfalls, a seamless claims process and professional and efficient customer service.

For more information or to apply, log in to your HealthPrint profile and click on “MedGap” on the dashboard. If you are not a HealthPrint member yet, click here to register for free and get access to other exclusive discounts, special offers and health programmes which will help you on your health journey. é

 

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