Your children are a very important part of your life. As a parent, you want to do everything possible to ensure that they are safe and healthy. Did you know your employee healthcare benefits can play a big role in this process? With Onsurity, you can easily offer child care benefits to employees by simply adding them to the existing health and wellness membership plans.
It’s one of the many great benefits of Onsurity’s healthcare membership. Here’s how you can take advantage of that.
A Brief: Child Care Benefits to Employees
Most health insurance and healthcare plans allow you to add children. That means you pay extra to include children in your plans. There are two ways to do this in health insurance plans: either give them their own insurance policy or add them to a “family floater plan”.
Alternatively, you could see if your employee healthcare benefits extend to children. Most employee health coverage plans do not provide family coverage, meaning again you will have to pay from your pocket.
Whether you have a personal health insurance plan or a group health insurance plan, you will find that adding children can be an expensive affair. Further, health insurance plans do not provide you with any preventive healthcare features such as doctor teleconsultations, discounted medicine ordering, etc.
That’s why Onsurity built an employee healthcare benefits platform that allows you to add children, without having to worry about high expenses. No matter what plan you are on, you will find that you can extend your employee healthcare benefits to your children, for low monthly costs. It allows you to save more on your children’s healthcare while ensuring that they have access to the best possible care.
Add Children to Your Onsurity Healthcare Plan
If your employer has subscribed to Onsurity’s affordable employee healthcare benefits, adding children is quick and easy. You can add any children up to the age of 25 years to your employee healthcare benefits. For any additional child, you can easily purchase a plan using the Onsurity app.
Your employer can choose to extend healthcare benefits to your family. In case they cannot afford to, don’t worry. You can add your children to your plan by paying for their membership from your own pocket. Our low-cost subscription means you pay very little, for access to comprehensive healthcare.
When you add your children to your plan, they get their own membership with access to all the great employee healthcare benefits you have. That means they also get their own health insurance
That’s not all though. Your children can also access benefits like doctor teleconsultations, discounted health check-ups and medicine delivery and fitness tracking. With Onsurity’s monthly wellness membership plans, you can easily offer child care benefits to employees and have all the child’s medical needs looked after instantly.
How to Extend Employee Healthcare Benefits
It takes only two minutes to quickly add your child or children to your healthcare membership. To do so, here’s step by step guide to offer Child Care Benefits to Employees on Onsurity:
Step 1: Open the Onsurity App. If you haven’t yet downloaded it, you can do so on both Android and iOS.
Step 2: Tap on the second option on the bar that says members and tap the ‘Buy for family member’ option.
Step 3: Enter the details of your child such as name, age and membership.
Step 4: You will then be presented with a list of all the benefits and the monthly cost of the membership.
Step 5: If you are happy, proceed to complete the payment process. That’s it. In two minutes, your child also has access to their own healthcare membership.
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By extending support to your children, Onsurity is making employee healthcare benefits more inclusive. We believe everyone should have access to high-quality healthcare, which is why we built comprehensive employee healthcare plans. By offering preventive care services, we make healthcare more accessible and affordable for SMEs and startups, as well as employees and their families.