How N3500 Saves You From Helter-Skelter Unplanned Emergency Hospital Bills
Health Maintenance Organizations better known as HMOs are generally accessible by full-time Nigerian employees in corporate organizations, leaving out groups such as contract workers, interns as well as the informal work groups such as market women, artisans and other solo businessmen and women.
Not having a health insurance plan can lead to heavy health cost implications if you are to come down with critical illness or injury due to accident. Even that money you are putting aside as emergency savings can be swallowed up all at once with heavy medical bills. This is what an average health insurance plan can take care of, giving you and your family some assured rest of mind.
Popular excuses the average Nigerian that does not have a corporate HMO cover (if he were to be an employee) are that health insurance is expensive, and a waste of money when they can’t have their money back if they don’t get to visit the hospital for treatment.
Thankfully, the team at RelianceHMO have listened and are offering not only an affordable plan but a flexible payment plan where you can on a monthly basis budget for decent health insurance. And if you prefer, a quarterly or yearly option is also available.
Also, as a reward and incentive, if you do not get to use the HMO services for for 12 months (though it’s recommended to have regular routine checkups within a year), RelianceHMO is offering you 20% returns cashback (sounds like a fair deal). You also have the reward option of a discount on your payment plans instead of the cashback option if you so wish.
Another thoughtful benefit from going with relianceHMO is a telemedicine service where you can talk with doctors and get prescriptions which you can pick up from a nearest pharmacy to be advised, or book appointments to see a specialist if need be. This is just another way startups are leveraging technology to improve healthcare delivery for Nigerians.
The telemedicine or telehealth service is accessible via its updated reliance care app downloadable from your app store..
— RelianceHMO (@Reliancehmo) July 6, 2020
What’s more? The longer you stay on board, the more health benefits you get without paying extra.
Take advantage of this pocket-friendly offer by relianceHMO and start seeing money spent on your health as an investment indeed, not an expense.