Select your health insurance provider below:
1) Aviva Health
3) Laya Healthcare
4) VHI Healthcare
Aviva Health currently has direct payment agreements with all of their listed hospitals, so there’s no need to worry. They’ll settle the bill directly for all eligible costs under your health insurance plan. All you need to do is complete and sign the Aviva Health claim form given to you by the hospital, which asks questions such as personal information and history of illness. If you are ever in doubt about whether you’re covered for a particular procedure, please call Aviva Health directly on 1890 717717, before receiving any treatment. They will make it clear from the outset what exactly you are covered for regarding the specific procedure you need. Don’t forget to have your Aviva Health membership number ready when you call.
Aviva Health Maternity Claims
In general, in-patient maternity claims follow the same process as above. However, for unique maternity benefits such as 4D scans and cord blood stem cell preservation, eligible claims are processed on receipt and you don’t have to wait until the end of your policy year to do so. Please refer to your Aviva Health plan membership booklet for all relevant information in relation to Maternity Claims.
Aviva Health Out-Patient Claims/Day-to-Day Claims
For all out-patient/day-to-day benefits, you must pay the provider (i.e. GP, physiotherapist) directly. Remember to keep all of your receipts in a safe place! Send Aviva Health your clearly marked, original receipts to ensure you’re reimbursed for all eligible treatment (within 3 months after your policy end date):
Aviva Health Insurance Ltd.,
PO BOX 764,
The overall maximum amount of health insurance benefits per policy year on out-patient costs is €4,000, including out-patient scans.
Aviva Health Overseas Treatment
Yet another great benefit of being an Aviva Health member is Overseas Treatment. Please remember that all procedures carried out outside of Ireland must be pre-authorised by Aviva Health, in advance of travelling abroad.
Aviva Health Waiting Periods
It’s really important to understand your waiting periods, as they may affect your ability to claim. Don’t forget that there are no waiting periods for accident, injury or lifestyle benefits. Full details on claiming and waiting periods are available in your health insurance membership handbook, or by clicking here. Aviva Health Insurance Ireland Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
At GloHealth, ensuring you know what you are covered for and how to make a claim effectively is very important. Whether claiming cash back on a health cash plan, or using your GloHealth Personalised Packages, GloHealth will work with you to make the process as simple and stress free as possible.
GloHealth Personalised Packages
For claims under the GloHealth Personalised Packages, GloHealth will pay you within three working days of making a claim, it couldn’t be easier! For some Personalised Packages benefits such as metabolic testing, GloHealth have a preferred provider. For your free first aid course, free flu vaccine and free metabolic test, all you have to do is tell your provider you’re a GloHealth member and GloHealth will do the rest. Simply keep your receipts and send them to GloHealth, PO Box 12218, Dublin 18.
GloHealth Cash Plan Claims
Simply send your original receipts to: GloHealth, PO Box 12218, Dublin 18. You don’t need to fill out a claim form, just put them in an envelope with a note detailing your policy number. You should make sure all of your receipts have the necessary information including:
- Your name
- The type of service you received
- The name, address and qualifications of the practitioner
- The date the service was provided
- For prescriptions, a copy of the form marked ‘prescription claim form’ issued by the pharmacist.
GloHealth Financial Services Ltd trading as GloHealth is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
For information on how to process a claim with Laya Healthcare please click here
For information on how to process a claim with VHI Healthcare please click here