Beazley expands Virtual Care policy

Beazley | February 19, 2020

Beazley expands Virtual Care policy
Specialist insurer Beazley has announced enhancements to its Virtual Care insurance policy in the US to offer greater protection for companies that provide technology-enabled healthcare and lifestyle-management services. The global digital health market is expected to reach a total value of $504 billion by 2025, according to Beazley. The sector includes telehealth, which incorporates remote diagnosis and health monitoring, and m-health, which allows people to self-monitor chronic conditions through apps and wearables.

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DENTAL TERMINATION All coverage under this Policy shall terminate when this Policy ceases to be in force. This Policy will end on the earlier of: a. when You fail to pay Premiums within Your Grace Period; b. when You die; or, c. the date You notify Us in writing to end this Policy. Coverage for an Insured Dependent will end on the date such Insured ceases to be an Eligible Dependent Child or Eligible Spouse, as defined in this Policy. When such Insured’s insurance ends, we will: a. consider any claim that began before the insurance ended; and, b. allow a conversion policy for an Eligible Dependent Child or Eligible Spouse, as set forth in the Conversion Privilege.

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DENTAL TERMINATION All coverage under this Policy shall terminate when this Policy ceases to be in force. This Policy will end on the earlier of: a. when You fail to pay Premiums within Your Grace Period; b. when You die; or, c. the date You notify Us in writing to end this Policy. Coverage for an Insured Dependent will end on the date such Insured ceases to be an Eligible Dependent Child or Eligible Spouse, as defined in this Policy. When such Insured’s insurance ends, we will: a. consider any claim that began before the insurance ended; and, b. allow a conversion policy for an Eligible Dependent Child or Eligible Spouse, as set forth in the Conversion Privilege.

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