Aviva offers increased excess on Healthier Solutions


In response to customer feedback, Aviva has now added two new reduced out-patient benefit options and a choice of higher excess options, to its Healthier Solutions individual health insurance product.

Customers can now reduce the out-patient cover available as standard on Healthier Solutions by selecting either a £500 or £1,000 limit (per person per policy year) for specialist consultations, diagnostic tests, specialist referred treatment by a physiotherapist, chiropractor or osteopath and psychiatric treatment as an out-patient. Customers choosing a £500 out-patient benefit limit will receive a 30%1 discount off their premium and those choosing a £1000 limit will receive a 15% premium reduction. In addition, Aviva has also added two new high excess options. Customers can now be...

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