Simplyhealth launches Everyday Health Plan for flexible benefits market

Simplyhealth, the UK’s leading health plan provider, has today announced it is launching an Everyday Health Plan specifically for the flexible benefits market.

The proposition, which will go live from 1 April, marks a significant step forward in Simplyhealth’s strategic focus on everyday health.

Raman Sankaran, Sales Director at Simplyhealth
Our insights identified that people want to be more involved in their own health and wellbeing. With the Everyday Health Plan employees can take control of their healthcare and manage the cost of looking after their everyday health.

Our plans have always been available for inclusion in flexible benefit programmes, but we have developed the Everyday Health Plan specifically for this market to meet the needs of both employers and employees.
Raman Sankaran, Sales Director at Simplyhealth

The Everyday Health Plan is simple and easy to use and helps employees to maintain a healthy body with cash back towards cover for trips to the physio, or for health checks, including access to an online GP consultation. Employees can also receive cash back to maintain healthy eyes and teeth such as a check-up at the dentist, an eye test or a new pair glasses. There is also important support for a healthy mind with face to face and telephone counselling.

Employees can manage their plan online, including checking their benefit allowances, change personal details and submit and track claims. The plan benefits employers as it can be easily implemented onto any platform and tailored to the employer’s benefit programme, as well as helping to address some of the most important workplace health issues.

Simplyhealth supports people with their everyday health through health cash plans, dental plans, mobility products and daily living aids. Its roots are in the hospital funds set up in the Victorian era to help working people save for their medical care. With no shareholders it exists solely to serving its customers and supporting charitable causes. To find out more visit