Cayman Islands Survey – Health Insurance for Senior Citizens
Published 16th March 2018, 11:23am
The Health Insurance Commission at the Department of Health Regulatory Services of the Cayman Islands is undertaking a feasibility study for a Standard Health Insurance Contract (SHIC) for persons age 65 and older. The current SHIC establishes the minimum level of benefits that must be covered by a health insurance policy sold in the Cayman Islands.
More details on the current SHIC can be found in Schedule 1 of the Health Insurance Regulations (2017 Revision) Click here for more information
The survey is open to all persons (and not just to Senior Citizens).
This survey is being conducted by the healthcare consulting firm Morneau Shepell which has been engaged by the Health Insurance Commission to undertake the feasibility study.
Your views are important to help with the analysis and this survey is intended to gather your input. If there are other members in your household who wish to provide input, they should separately complete this survey. Please be assured that all the survey data and information collected by Morneau Shepell will be held in strict confidence and your responses will remain anonymous.
We thank you for your participation in the survey. The survey is estimated to take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
This survey may be completed on a desktop, mobile device or tablet. If you are unfamiliar with the internet, you may wish to have someone assist you to complete this survey online. If you prefer to complete the survey in paper form, you can request a copy of the survey at a District Health Clinic, a Hospital, the Government Administration Building, the Seafarers Hall, or at other government service centres.
The closing date of the survey is extended to Monday, April 30, 2018.
Click here to access the survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/CaymanSHIC
Alternatively, download the PDF below