Global Business

Supplemental health insurance for your employees

Global Business is a supplemental health insurance product that works in tandem with a compulsory health insurance policy. It provides more extensive cover and is designed to meet the needs of employees working for SMEs. Take out a framework contract and offer your employees access to comprehensive health coverage.

PRINCIPLES
  • You sign a supplemental health insurance framework contract at no cost.
  • Employees at your SME take out an individual Global Business insurance policy.
  • They can choose between three levels of coverage and an optional formula.
  • Your employees can opt for level 1 without completing a health questionnaire, and with no age limit.
MAIN BENEFITS
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Hospitalisation

General category

No policyholder contribution

Outside Switzerland max. CHF 3,000/day

Free choice of category with contribution from policyholder:

CHF 100/day in semi-private category, max. 30 days/year

CHF 200/day in private category, max. 20 days/year

Outside Switzerland max. CHF 3,000/day

Private category

No policyholder contribution

Outside Switzerland max. CHF 3,000/day

Outpatient surgery: accommodation and transport

-

Max. CHF 400/year

Max. CHF 600/year

Alternative medicine

30% max. CHF 2,000/year

60% max. CHF 3,000/year

90% max. CHF 4,000/year

Restricted and non-listed medicines

90%

90%

90%

Glasses and contact lenses

CHF 150/three years

CHF 200/three years

CHF 200/three years

Prevention

Vaccinations: 90%

Vaccinations: 90%

Vaccinations: 90%

Check-up: 90%
max. CHF 600/three years

Check-up: 90%
max. CHF 800/three years

Check-up: 90%
max. CHF 1,000/three years

Health promotion:
50% max. CHF 200/year

Health promotion:
50% max. CHF 200/year

Health promotion:
50% max. CHF 200/year

Maternity

Ultrasounds:
CHF 150/pregnancy

Ultrasounds:
CHF 150/pregnancy

Ultrasounds:
CHF 150/pregnancy

Outpatient or home birth:
CHF 800/pregnancy

Outpatient or home birth:
CHF 1,000/pregnancy

Outpatient or home birth:
CHF 1,200/pregnancy

Transport, search and rescue

Transport and rescue: 90%

Transport and rescue: 90%

Transport and rescue: 90%

Groupe Mutuel Assistance: in the event of a medical emergency when travelling and when outside Switzerland

Groupe Mutuel Assistance: in the event of a medical emergency when travelling and when outside Switzerland

Groupe Mutuel Assistance: in the event of a medical emergency when travelling and when outside Switzerland

“Dentaire plus” option

Class 1:
75% max. CHF 3,000/year

Class 1:
75% max. CHF 3,000/year

Class 1:
75% max. CHF 3,000/year

Class 2:
75% max. CHF 15,000/year

Class 2:
75% max. CHF 15,000/year

Class 2:
75% max. CHF 15,000/year

  • Attractiveness: you provide your employees with access to a modern social benefit. You thus improve your image and make your company more attractive as an employer.
  • Protection: your employees enjoy comprehensive health coverage at a low price.
  • Proximity: you deal exclusively with an Account Manager, who is responsible for all your dealings with the insurer.
  • Promotion: your company has the option of becoming a LeClub partner and gaining access to a free platform promoting its services to Groupe Mutuel policyholders.
Request a personalised offer online
  • Use the corporate online offers system to send us your information, without any obligation on your part. Once assessed, we will be able to send you a personalised offer.

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Your most frequently asked questions

Your incapacity for work should be reported immediately to your line manager or to your human resources department.

Every month, you should give your employer a doctor's certificate signed by your doctor attesting to the degree of incapacity. To facilitate matters, the insurer has produced a special form for long-term incapacities, and this form is available on request. Your doctor should fill in the form at each consultation. You should then give your employer a copy of the form. At the end of the incapacity for work, you should send you employer the original form without delay.

When you are incapacitated for work, you should:

  • inform your employer immediately
  • follow the medical recommendations of your doctor
  • supply the information requested by the insurer
  • take part in the investigation in progress (request for documents, medical consultation, administrative procedures)
  • inform the insurer of any change in your circumstances
  • do your utmost to limit the length of the incapacity for work

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