Healthcare financial solutions to serve needs of One nation
ONE, a revolutionary new insurance company, is home to a number of smart, relevant short-term health products, which include the inimitable Oneplan Health Insurance and Onepet Pet Insurance, both created to cover health and wellness needs in our modern world.
The common thread running through these two products is affordability, flexibility, efficiency, ease-of-use and a technologically advanced, one-of-a-kind claims process, called Onecard, ultimately affording people tailor-made financial health solutions which suit their pockets and their lifestyles. In a nutshell, the ONE products have arrived on the market at a time in South Africa’s economic climate when downscaling has become a necessity.
Both Oneplan and Onepet also include Onelifestyle, a rewards programme that provides clients with savings on lifestyle purchases and experiences. One lifestyle is connected to 300 major brands and continues to add to that as a way of remaining ahead of the curve.
Oneplan Health Insurance (www.oneplan.co.za) is a versatile health insurance product offering comprehensive health cover at hugely affordable rates, making it a first in South Africa for bridging the gap between lower and higher income brackets. In other words, Oneplan is able to provide decent health-care insurance for everyone, from the labourer to the senior manager, as it is not only affordable but flexible and can be tailor-made to very specific needs, too.
From as low as R235.00 per month, Oneplan provides professional health insurance for most health necessities from doctors to medication, hospitals, maternity, ambulance, dentistry, radiology and pathology, plus much more.
To top this, Oneplan’s non-discriminatory approach allows people with pre-existing conditions - 34% of the policy holders, the over-65 market and temporary employees to join, which are areas that other medical plans often won’t cover.
Onepet Pet Insurance (www.onepet.co.za) provides quality health cover for beloved pets and has been created as an affordable, accessible and simple yet comprehensive insurance package. From as low as R137.00 per month, Onepet covers all of the animal’s healthcare needs, including veterinary visits, medication, animal clinics, prescription food, kennels, x-rays and blood tests.
Onecard is a first-of-its-kind ever and is largely responsible for giving Oneplan and Onepet an edge over the competitors because with Onecard the client receives payment of a claim before paying the service provider, quite literally taking the “claiming back” stage out of the process. Claims are settled on the spot, removing the hassle and frustration which is often associated with claiming. All transactions are completed by simply calling ONE or using innovative cell phone technology by which claims can be processed via SMS. It takes all of two minutes so literally while you are waiting in the doctor’s room.
This super-smart little card also serves as a payroll card which means that employers are able to utilise it within payments made to their labour forces.
Also, since the functionality of the Onecard was built in house, ONE not only has the advantage of being the first to market with such an ingenious concept but it also enables the company to deliver specialised solutions to the clients’ needs, again proving that flexibility is a priority.
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