24 October 2023: Families are made up of a mix of different people and you might be wondering who is covered under a Zestlife Gap Cover policy. Zestlife Gap Cover is available in different cover levels and family options. Who is covered depends on the type of policy you have.
06 September 2023: Accidents happen at the most inconvenient and unexpected times. Unfortunately, they can be serious and require urgent care. Even if you are a member of a medical aid, you might not be fully covered for the cost of treatment. Here are some examples of how Zestlife Gap Cover helps you in these situations.
17 July 2023: Cancer affects far too many people. It's a word that can strike fear into our hearts, but there are steps we can take to reduce our risk of developing this dreaded disease. Whether you're young or old, rich or poor, cancer doesn't discriminate. Here are some simple ways to reduce your chances of getting cancer.
26 May 2023: There are many different types of medical aid co-payments for treatments and procedures that your medical aid might need you to pay for yourself. In this blog we unpack the different types of co-payments and provide tips on how to avoid or reduce them.
10 May 2023: Medical aid shortfalls can be a major financial burden for many medical aid members. This occurs when your medical aid pays less than what your doctor charges, leaving you with a bill to pay. These shortfalls can be avoided if you take the right steps.
03 April 2023: If you are a member of a South African medical aid and are considering taking out gap cover, then there are a few important things to look out for to ensure you get the best policy for your needs.
03 March 2023: Even with a medical aid, you may still be responsible for certain out-of-pocket expenses such as hospital co-payments, deductibles and fees for medical specialists that exceed your medical aid’s rates. Gap cover is designed to help cover these additional expenses, so you don't have to pay for them out of your own pocket.
12 August 2022: Medical aids charge child rates for dependents under the age of 21. If you have a child or children covered under your medical aid that are approaching adulthood or if they have already turned 21 it’s important to know the rules of your scheme.