Westfield reworks its Flex plan


Westfield Health has updated its Westfield Flex Healthcare Plan with new benefits and increased benefit amounts.

From January 1 2012, existing companies will be transferred to the new plan at their flex selection date. Premiums remain unchanged. Changes include increased benefit amounts on the optical, consultation, therapy treatments, in-patient and day surgery benefits. Dependent children are now covered on the therapy treatments benefit at no extra cost, with the benefit amount shared between all children. A new dental trauma benefit, providing cash back towards the cost of dental work carried out as a result of accidental injury, and an online personal health risk assessment have also bee...

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