Sometimes it’s easy to fall out of love with your health fund. And if you’re questioning the value of your health insurance and whether you've made the right choice, now might be the time to experience the genuine value we offer our Members.
Queensland Country Health Fund is excited to announce the opening of their second dedicated dental practice in Mount Isa, with the purchase of 1800 4 Teeth.
We agree claiming should be easy! Whether it be claiming online, through our Mobile App or in person. Here are a few things to remember when claiming to ensure your claim is lodged and paid efficiently:
Let’s face it, we live in an expensive world. Much of our hard earned money goes towards the cost of living with bills and often numerous dollars getting taken out of our accounts by direct debit, don’t even get us started on smashed avocado prices. There’s a way you can get back on top. It’s up to you to decide where your money goes and if there’s genuine value in where you’re spending it.
When the orthodontist took Rochelle’s Mum aside to recommend that her 14-year-old daughter be fitted with braces, the mother of four agreed. It was for these ‘what if’ moments they had private health insurance. Some years later, a now soon to be married Rochelle was pleased she did.
Now before we all burst into song and dance, like the famous Michael Jackson. It’s time to talk about the link between what we eat and the effects on physical and mental wellbeing. Whilst the effects of diet on physical health aren’t a new concept, the effects of diet on mental health are. Dietitian Emily Madden shares her thoughts...
Confused about your hospital cover when going to the emergency department? Many find themselves in this situation when receiving treatment. We’ve outlined two key elements you need to know when receiving treatment – are you an inpatient or outpatient?
Chloe Costanzo, Queensland Country Health Fund Member Experience Manager, recently had to stay at McIlwraith on the Park for 11 nights. We sat down with Chloe and asked her about her experience...
The benefits we paid in the past 12 months to some public hospitals have increased by more than 40% and unfortunately this directly contributes to higher premiums for our Members.