Bupa rolls out full mental health cover to individual market

Time limits removed

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Bupa is to expand its mental health cover for consumers, making it the only insurer to cover all mental health conditions, including all addictions and alcohol and drug abuse, on the individual market.

Last April, the private medical insurance (PMI) provider launched its Business Mental Health Advantage to the corporate market, at the time calling it the ‘most extensive mental cover available'.  As of June, Bupa's mental health cover, which is designed with families in mind, covers depression, bipolar and anxiety, while providing long-term support and treatment related to learning or behavioural disorders. Children can be covered from birth. Bupa has removed time limits from its cover for consumers, meaning that recurring long-term mental health conditions are covered. The policy...

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