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Health Shield survey reveals most three popular health cash plan benefits in UK

Dental, optical care and physiotherapy are the most popular health cash plan benefits across the UK, according to a recent survey of Health Shield members.

Primary market research carried out by Health Shield has revealed that the vast majority (99 per cent) of members agree dental cover is an important part of their healthcare cover, with optical (98 per cent) and physiotherapy (97 per cent) following closely behind.

The survey generated nationwide responses from more than 7,000 members of the non-profit-making company who have a Health Shield scheme — be it Corporate, Direct, Tailored, Essentials or Flex.

It also revealed that non-traditional benefits, such as health and wellbeing (94 per cent) and fitness (87 per cent) form an important part of Health Shield’s product offerings.

Alternatively for more information about our Health Cash Plans call us on 01270 588 555.

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