Which health funds have mobile claiming apps?

Richard Laycock 12 July 2016 NEWS


Take the hassle out of health insurance claims by joining a fund with an app.

Health funds use all manner of tricks and gimmicks to score customers. From gift cards to wellness programs, health funds put a lot of time and effort into trying to sweeten the deal in a bid to win your business. And since almost no one goes anywhere without their phone, one common perk health funds are starting to add is a dedicated claims app for their customers.

Just over 50% (54.29%) of the funds reviewed on finder.com.au have a claims app available through either the Apple AppStore or through Google Play.

There are some notable funds yet to enter the app market. For instance, ahm doesn't currently have an app, which is surprising since its parent fund Medibank does.

Budget Direct is another surprise since it has its Smart Alert App, which provides its members with personalised bushfire and hail warnings straight to their phones.

Which health funds have claims apps?

Australian UnityGoogle-playApple-app-store
Defence HealthGoogle-playApple-app-store
Health Care InsuranceGoogle-playApple-app-store
Mildura Health FundGoogle-playApple-app-store
Phoenix Health FundGoogle-playApple-app-store
Police HealthGoogle-playApple-app-store
Reserve Bank Health SocietyGoogle-playApple-app-store
Teachers Health FundGoogle-playApple-app-store
Transport HealthGoogle-playApple-app-store

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