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Needs Analysis & Case Studies on Health Insurance

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Last Updated Date: 31/01/2023
Level of Programme: Introductory

Programme Highlights

(Online Learning via SCI ONLINE Global Classroom.)
GST Rate Change
Please be advised Goods and Services (GST) rate revisions in Singapore from 7% to 8% will take effect from 1 January 2023. For more details, please read here.

All invoices issued in 2023 will be subject to the prevailing GST of 8%.

This course is suitable for all life and general insurance intermediaries and company staff members who are involved in any Health Insurance products including:
Medical Expense Insurance
Disability Income Insurance
Long-Term Care Insurance
Critical Illness Insurance
Managed Healthcare Insurance

A Certificate of Completion will be awarded by SCI to successful completers of the course.

Completion Requirements for the award of the Certificate of Completion:
1. Complete all the modules; and
2. Score at least 75% for the quiz;

Online learning programmes are NOT ELIGIBLE for refund and cancellation once payment has been made.
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Course objectives

Each module forms part of a 4-modular series on Health Insurance (HI).
1. Overview of Healthcare Environment and Financing in Singapore & MAS 120
2. Health Insurance: Typical Products
3. Health Insurance: Common Policy Provisions, Pricing and Underwriting
4. Health Insurance: Financial Needs Analysis and Case Studies
Duration: 4 hours
Date(s): Access provided for 1 month from confirmation of payment receipt.
Time: N.A
Venue: SCI Online Global Classroom
CPD Hours: 4 CPD Hours
Closing Date: Registration will close once all available places have been filled.

Fee Per Participant

*Course Fee S$43.20
(Inclusive of prevailing GST rate)

*The SCI Member Company fee will apply to employees and/or agents of companies being former contributors of the Association for Insurance Advancement or donors of the SCI Building Fund.