A New Supplemental Hospital Indemnity Plan

Vantage Flex Plus™ is here!

Bankers Fidelity’s Vantage Flex Plus is a supplemental Hospital Indemnity Insurance policy that works in conjunction with major medical and other insurance to help cover out-of-pocket expenses due to hospital stay.

Benefits Include:
  • Issue Ages: 18-85
  • Guarantee Issue Ages 64.5 – 65.5
  • Plans: Individual, Individual & Spouse, Individual & Child(ren), Family Plan
  • Daily Hospital Confinement; Amounts $100-$750*
  • Benefit Period Options are 3-10, 15, 21, 31 days or First Day Hospital Confinement*
  • No Networks or Deductibles
  • Customizable Coverage with Optional Benefits
    *Amounts and Periods vary by state.
Vantage-Flex Plus can help cover the out-of-pocket cost associated with:
  • Urgent Care
  • Emergency Room
  • Hospital Admission; amounts $100-$5,000*
  • Observation Room
  • Ambulance: Air, Ground, Water
Optional Benefits:
Customize your Vantage Flex Plus policy as you see fit with optional benefits that provide additional coverage. Benefits include:
  • ICU Admission
  • Daily ICU Confinement
  • Rehabilitation Unit Confinement
  • Skilled Nursing Facility Confinement
  • Outpatient Surgery
  • Minor Diagnostic Exam
  • Major Diagnostic Exam
  • Invasive Diagnostic Exam
  • Non-Local Transportation
  • Family Member Lodging
  • Health Screening
Product Availability Map

Fill out the information below to get detailed information on how to begin offering Vantage Flex Plus™.  If you’d rather chat, call a Senior Health Specialists at Premier Marketing: 800-365-8208.

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