Simplyhealth launches new corporate blog page
Healthcare provider Simplyhealth has expanded its blog to include a new corporate blog page. This new section will provide comment on a range of industry specific issues and trends as well as containing updates from Simplyhealth on its latest products and services.
Our new corporate blog page is a great way for us to communicate with key stakeholders within the industry. This is the first time that we have connected with our corporate customers in this way and we are really keen to see how well the blog is received.
There will be a core team of bloggers which include myself, Kelly Morris Head of Employer Sales, Mike Wagg Head of Intermediary Sales and Meesha Birch Senior Marketing Executive who will provide regular commentary as well as guest bloggers writing on specific issues and hot topics through out the year.
Simplyhealth provides health cash plans, dental plans, self funded health plans and private medical insurance to 20,000 companies in the UK. Our plans can help recruit and retain staff, manage absence and help employers fulfil their duty of care needs.
Notes to editors
- We became Simplyhealth in 2009 after bringing together HSA, BCWA, LHF, HealthSure, Totally Active, our family of health companies have joined together over the last ten years to form Simplyhealth
- We've been providing healthcare solutions for 140 years, dedicated to serving our customers and patients through a variety of cash plans, dental plans, private medical insurance, self funded health plans and mobility and living aids
- Simplyhealth is a trading name of Simplyhealth Access, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority Simplyhealth as it stands today, now covers nearly four million people with health plans (more than any other company) and helps 20,000 companies with their employees' health
- Simplyhealth is committed to making a positive impact on its communities. Each year, we donate over £1 million to health related charities and causes
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