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Healthcare gets Helping Hand Thanks to Guide

Kevin Rogers CEO of PaycareWith more and more people turning to cash plans to cover every day healthcare costs rather than taking out medical insurance, the decision on which of the many providers to opt for is one that many face. To tackle this, a local health care provider has offered its knowledge and guidance with the recent launch of its handy ‘questions to ask’ guide.

Wolverhampton-based Paycare, a not-for-profit organisation, has launched its Top Questions to Ask Your Cash Plan Provider guide which includes a series of questions individuals should ask any potential provider before appointing their services. These are aimed at making sure the end user doesn’t end up paying over the odds for services, ensuring the benefits included suit their precise needs and wants, and that they understand how their provider will deal with any claims.

Kevin Rogers, CEO of Paycare, explained: “In a market such as ours, we quite often hear of people being unsatisfied with the health cash plan services they receive, with some paying too much for their policy and not receiving the cover they actually need, or they simply find the variety of plans on offer confusing.”

“That’s why we’ve decided to launch a guide which offers seven easy to remember questions which people should consider asking any potential health cash plan provider during initial discussions to ultimately cover themselves against the discovery of something unexpected further down the line.”

Health cash plans offer individuals and their families cover against every day healthcare costs such as dental and optical work, as well as professional therapy consultations and treatments including physiotherapy and osteopathy. They’re also popular in many workplaces as a way for employers to look after the health and wellbeing of their staff – as well as a way of attracting and retaining new talent.

“The guide is completely complimentary, so I’d encourage anyone interested in exploring health cash plans as a healthcare cover option, both personally and professionally, to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject Questions Guide to obtain their own copy,” Kevin concluded.

A well-respected and dedicated not-for-profit health cover provider, Paycare has helped individuals, families and businesses across the Black Country and Wolverhampton protect themselves against everyday healthcare costs and bills for over 140 years. For further information about Paycare’s full range of health cover please call 01902 371000, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit

Last modified on Monday, 25 April 2016 09:50

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