Travelling abroad and needing medical attention now easier: ICBL’s “easyCLAIMS” system allows for coverage from afar!

It can be scary if overseas and you get ill, or even if in Barbados and you need a specialist not here to wonder if your coverage allows for it? The Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited has removed most of the stress in such an instance with their “easyCLAIMS” app, according to their CEO Ingrid Innes;-

Henderson Collins narrated the real time demonstration provided for journalists and brokers

Henderson Collins narrated the real time demonstration provided for journalists and brokers

“We are aware that our partners and customers have other options and are extremely grateful that they have chosen ICBL. This is why we remain committed to engaging them constantly, with a view to developing products and services which meet their greatest and most pressing needs.”

In the hypothetical situation listed, a $220 visit becomes only $80 for a patient!

In the hypothetical situation listed, a $220 visit becomes only $80 for a patient!

There is nothing like the feeling of knowing one can save money especially these days, and Sharon Howell-ClarkeICBL’s VP (Op’s.) of their Life Division – went to great lengths to reassure all present the system is one so simple now when going to the doctor you don’t have to pay the entire bill just the portion not handled by the claim, while ICBL handles the medical facility directly;-

MRS. INGRID INNES;  MGNG. DIR. & CEO – ICBL

MRS. INGRID INNES;
MGNG. DIR. & CEO – ICBL

“‘easyCLAIMS‘ is based on the employment of a solution that features cutting-edge technology in the form of real-time adjudication, remote tracking of the progress of an insurance claim, the submission of insurance claims by providers via the internet and the ability of plan administrators to enroll new members remotely, among other exciting options.”

The card also makes sure when you are away that you have security too, by allowing usage if taken ill while abroad, up to and including an Air Ambulance.

 

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