Are you a medical aid broker?


The Medical Aid Bible users are looking for a new medical aid plan. Can you help them?

We enable South Africans to narrow down their medical aid plan choices – and then encourage them to call a medical aid broker or the scheme to complete the sign up process.

We do not not sell plans, and we do not offer individual advice. That’s your job!

To help connect our users with brokers, we have a broker directory. It has two main features:
1. It lists the brokers per specific single scheme or plan so if a user knows they want a Beat 4 plan from Bestmed, they can find Bestmed brokers in their area with a click of a button

2. It lists brokers per specific combination of schemes so if a user is undecided between a Beat 4 from Bestmed or a Saver Classic from Discovery, they can find brokers who advise on both Bestmed and Discovery, to help them make the right choice. Try it here.

Screenshot (1)It costs R1,000 per broker to list in the directory. You are listed for unlimited schemes, in one province.

 

Filling in the form is risk-free. If you are unhappy with your listing, you just let us know within seven days, and we will delete it. Otherwise, pay the invoice and enjoy a full year of leads!

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Pregnancy cover if you don’t have medical aid

Pregnancy is considered a medical condition, and as such is subject to waiting periods when you join/change medical aid schemes. Waiting Periods If you have not had medical aid for more than 90 days and are pregnant, a scheme can impose a 12 month waiting period on your pregnancy, meaning that...
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Help us crowdsource information about the Late Joiner Penalty

The Medical Aid Bible team has been listening to some of our wonderful site users, and we have heard horror stories about how some of you are being overcharged for the Late Joiner Penalty. This enticed us to investigate how each scheme handles the penalty. We found some big irregularities.

Our complaint against Bestmed re late joiner penalty

We investigated all the open medical schemes, and discovered some discrepancies in how some schemes are representing the late joiner penalties (LJP). Bestmed was one of those schemes.

Our complaint against Commed re late joiner penalty

We investigated all the open medical schemes, and discovered some discrepancies in how some schemes are representing the late joiner penalties (LJP). Commed was one of those schemes.

Our complaint against Genesis re late joiner penalty

We investigated all the open medical schemes, and discovered some discrepancies in how some schemes are representing the late joiner penalties (LJP). Genesis was one of those schemes.

Is your late joiner penalty worked out correctly?

We have found that some schemes and brokers misrepresent or miscalculate how the late joiner penalty is applied. We have laid three complaints with the Council of Medical Schemes. If you are paying a late joiner penalty, you can use the information on this page to determine if you are paying the correct penalty.

Should a medical aid scheme pay for experimental treatment?

Should medical schemes fund experimental treatments if they are a member's only option for survival?