Satisfaction with private health insurers continues decline

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 11-Dec-17

A Roy Morgan Single Source survey has found that satisfaction with Australia’s private health insurers declined to 71.0% in October 2017, down by 0.2% points for the month and 3.4% points below the same time in 2016. This level is now well down on the peak of 76.4% recorded in June 2015 and is the lowest satisfaction rating since 2010. The top fund was Teachers Health with 83.4% satisfaction, followed by TUH Health Fund (82.8%), Defence Health (82.8%), CBHS (82.1%) and Health Partners (80.9%). The only funds to show improvements in satisfaction over the last 12 months were TUH Health Fund (up 3.7% points) and Australian Unity (up 2.1% points). Less than half the members of the major health funds would be "highly likely" (with a score of 8 to 10 on a ten point scale) to recommend their fund to friends or colleagues.

CORPORATES
ROY MORGAN LIMITED, TEACHERS HEALTH FUND, TUH HEALTH FUND, DEFENCE HEALTH LIMITED, CBHS FRIENDLY SOCIETY LIMITED, HEALTH PARTNERS, AUSTRALIAN UNITY HEALTH LIMITED, MEDIBANK PRIVATE LIMITED – ASX MPL, BUPA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, THE HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS FUND OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

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