Take your pick of insurers' new co-pay riders

Raffles Health Insurance's Ms Christine Cheu says its Premier Rider provides wider coverage for expenses. AXA's Mr Sean Goh says its premiums are among the lowest compared to other insurers offering similar co-payment features. Prudential Singapore's
AXA's Mr Sean Goh says its premiums are among the lowest compared to other insurers offering similar co-payment features.
Raffles Health Insurance's Ms Christine Cheu says its Premier Rider provides wider coverage for expenses. AXA's Mr Sean Goh says its premiums are among the lowest compared to other insurers offering similar co-payment features. Prudential Singapore's
Raffles Health Insurance's Ms Christine Cheu says its Premier Rider provides wider coverage for expenses.
Raffles Health Insurance's Ms Christine Cheu says its Premier Rider provides wider coverage for expenses. AXA's Mr Sean Goh says its premiums are among the lowest compared to other insurers offering similar co-payment features. Prudential Singapore's
Aviva's Mr Daniel Lum says the premiums of its new rider options are about 20 per cent lower than those for the existing rider.
Raffles Health Insurance's Ms Christine Cheu says its Premier Rider provides wider coverage for expenses. AXA's Mr Sean Goh says its premiums are among the lowest compared to other insurers offering similar co-payment features. Prudential Singapore's
Prudential Singapore's Ms Agnes Choy says its customers have the flexibility to visit any doctor of their choice.

New options in line with Health Ministry's co-payment guidelines for Integrated Shield Plan riders

Sales of insurance riders that fully pay your portion of the hospital bill (full riders) - usually from the first dollar - ceased on April 1.

New riders that include the patient's co-payment of the bill are now available from the seven Shield insurers - AIA, AXA, Aviva, Great Eastern, NTUC Income, Prudential and Raffles Health Insurance.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 14, 2019, with the headline 'Take your pick of insurers' new co-pay riders'. Print Edition | Subscribe