Read our Choosi guides to Health insurance to help you understand the features and benefits so that you purchase the cover best suited to your needs.
It may be worth reviewing your health insurance cover following the increase in health insurance premiums.
The National Health and Medical Research Council have published the revised edition of the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
Do you need Private Health Insurance? Let Choosi help you to compare and review cover options.
When choosing Health Insurance Feautres you need to take into account your own needs and the needs of your family, budget and lifestyle. Private Health insurance has many extra features available that are not covered by Medicare.
Let Choosi do the hard work for you by comparing health insurance policies by taking into account your budget and lifestyle to help you choose the best health insurance policy to suit your needs.
Health Insurance is something most of us are aware that we all need, we all like to save some money where we can. Follow Choosi's five easy steps to help you save on Health Insurance.
Make sure you aren't paying extra for benefits you no longer require or update your benefits to suit your families changing needs, or save money. To learn more about switching your health insurance read on.
Learn more about the level of health insurance rebate that applies to you, claiming your rebate and changes to the health insurance rebates.
Choosing Health Insurance for your family is very important. If a family member is sick the last thing you want to have to worry about is paying the medical bills. For more information read on:
With a myriad of Health Insurance funds and lots of different health insurance products on the market. Choosi helps you to compare, choose and save the best policy to suit health insurance for couples. For more information read on:
At Choosi we have put together 5 easy to follow tips to help singles find a cover to suit their budget and lifestyle. For more information regarding Health Insurance for Singles read on:
When you start thinking about having children, one of the most important medical decisions that you can make is whether to take out private health insurance to cover you for pregnancy and birth-related services.
Medicare and private health insurance may not cover all of your medical bills. The out of pocket expenses are called 'The Gap'. Before undergoing a medical procedure you should find out if there will be a Gap to pay and perhaps look at minimising 'The Gap'.
Medicare generally covers basic treatment in the hospital and a few other services. Private health cover offers a far greater choice of doctor, waiting periods can be cut down, dental, physio, chiro, remedial massage and more depending on your policy.
When you become sick in Australia there are two health care systems that you can rely on for treatment: public health care (Medicare) and private health care. For more information read on:
Extras cover can help pay for benefits like, dental and optical, physio, chiro and podiatry, psychology and natural therapies. Extras cover is affordable, especially if you are covered for the services that you use regularily.
Hospital Cover can help you to save on your tax and also provides a range of great benefits such as access to the private health care system.
Lifetime Health Cover was designed by the Australian Government to encourage people to take out private hospital cover early on in life and also to maintain their cover.
Depending on your income threshold you could save money by taking out private hospital cover and avoiding the Medicare Levy Surcharge Tax.
Australian Private Health funds now offer a wide range of benefits including broader health cover options such as Hospital substitute treatment, chronic disease Management Programs and additional programs to keep members fit and healthy.
Helpful tips for overseas visitors to Australia. Choosi provides tips to keep in mind when choosing health cover including, general treatment, waiting periods, preexisting conditions and reciprocal health care agreements.
The new means-testing for health insurance means you may be considering down grading your health cover. Our choosi guide will help you to choose, compare & buy either online or over the phone. It's your health. Be choosi.
The Australian Government has changed the health insurance rebate to a means-tested, tiered system. Many Australian's will be reviewing their health cover and wondering if it is still worthwhile. Read our Choosi Guide to help you compare before you buy.
With the new changes to the Means Testing rebate - you may be wondering what they will mean for you? Read our Choosi Guide to find out more.
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Choosi is owned by Hollard Financial Services Pty Ltd (ABN 53 128 692 884), the distributor of each pet insurance, life insurance, income protection insurance, funeral insurance and final expenses insurance policy Choosi is able to arrange directly for the following brands: Aussie Direct Insurance, Australian Seniors Insurance Agency, Budget Direct Insurance, Guardian Insurance, Real Insurance, RSPCA Pet Insurance and Prime Pet Insurance. Choosi is also a related company of The Hollard Insurance Company Pty Ltd (ABN 78 090 584 473 AFSL 241436), the issuer of each pet insurance product Choosi is able to arrange directly. Information on this website does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for more information and to ensure the product suits your needs. The PDS for each of the pet insurance, life insurance, income protection insurance, funeral insurance and final expenses insurance products sold through Choosi and our advisor partner are available through this website. Health Insurance products are not required to have a PDS, but this website has a Fact Sheet for each Health Insurance product Choosi is able to arrange.