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Old 08-11-2019, 11:36 PM   #1
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What is the difference between GE's supremehealth and total health

I have 3 policies with GE:

DEPENDANTS' PROTECTION SCHEME (DPS)under LIFE protection

GREAT TOTALHEALTH (A.K.A. TOTAL HEALTH) PLATINUM under health protection

GREAT SUPREMEHEALTH (A.K.A. SUPREME HEALTH) P PLUS

What is the difference between all 3?
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Old 08-11-2019, 11:42 PM   #2
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DPS is mandated by CPF. Either GE or NTUC Income.
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Old 09-11-2019, 12:37 AM   #3
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1) this is a life insurance, after you die, your loves get the benefit.
2) Total health is the rider plan over on top the private medical plan
3) Supreme health is the private medical plan

Can refer to this brochure page 5.
https://www.greateasternlife.com/con...h-brochure.pdf
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Old 09-11-2019, 11:18 AM   #4
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1) this is a life insurance, after you die, your loves get the benefit.
2) Total health is the rider plan over on top the private medical plan
3) Supreme health is the private medical plan

Can refer to this brochure page 5.
https://www.greateasternlife.com/con...h-brochure.pdf
Thanks!!!!

How does this "rider" concept works?
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Old 09-11-2019, 09:12 PM   #5
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Thanks!!!!

How does this "rider" concept works?
Basically for all main shield plans, there is some form of co-payments in deductibles (how much you pay first) and co-insurance (10% of total bill to be borne by you).

Having a rider can either cover this co-payment completely or reduce it to 5% co-insurance capped at $3500 with no deductible except for AVIVA.

If you are on GE, the premiums would be expensive compared to AIA/Raffles/AXA/NTUC.

AIA now has highest coverage limit of $2 mil (if AIA panel) and pre/post hosp coverage of 13 months. Thatís the highest in the market despite being competitive premiums wise.

Iím an IFA that is able to distribute products from multiple insurers thatís why Iím able to compare across them.

Speak to me to find out more. Hope my reply helps.
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