AXA PPP provide a suite of services for pandemic support

3 September 2020

The healthcare insurance provider has unveiled tools, resources, and partnerships designed to help individual and business clients manage their health by virtual means, giving them access to the experts and guidance when in-person support is not feasible.

Doctor@Hand and the Clinical Support Centre, are being offered to give policyholders the assurance they need in a challenging environment, with a dedicated information portfolio, Amplify, intended to help you answer your clients’ questions around their policy.

 

 

Doctor@Hand

AXA PPP healthcare members can see a GP quickly and easily while at home, arranging for prescription deliveries where necessary for the same cost as a standard NHS prescription.

Delivered by Doctor Care Anywhere, Doctor@Hand comes at no additional cost to AXA PPP healthcare members and allows them to speak to qualified GPs over the phone 24/7. Click here for further information.

 

 

Clinical Support Centre

For when policyholders need that little extra reassurance, a network of specialists are on hand to understand whether or not their condition requires urgent treatment via AXA PPP’s Clinical Support Centre.

Covering a range of conditions including cancer, cardiology, ENT, gastroenterology, gynaecology, orthopaedics and paediatrics, AXA PPP healthcare members could be speaking with the relevant healthcare specialist within two days of making a call. Find out more about the Clinical Support Centre.

 

 

Amplify

Gain a better understanding of the above and other offerings available through an AXA PPP Healthcare membership, so you’re in a better position to advise your clients.

Amplify guides you through the online tools designed to offer you support, including bite-sized training modules to boost your product knowledge. Explore Amplify in full here.

 

 

Want to give a little extra support for your clients?

AXA PPP has provided additional resources through content with processing the COVID-19 period in mind.

These include downloadable factsheets, Talking to children about the coronavirus and Dealing with anxiety around the coronavirus, and articles How to cope with change and manage uncertainty and Top tips for leaving lockdown.

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