Bajaj Allianz General Insurance on Tuesday announced the launch of the Global Health Care product which aims to provide health insurance coverage to its policyholders across the world.
The product allows policyholders to plan any treatment abroad or in India without worry, thereby benefiting from the best medical facilities anywhere in the world, the company said in a statement.
Bajaj Allianz General Insurance has worked with Allianz Partners to provide a seamless claims experience for their policyholders through the company’s unique and extensive global network of healthcare providers and quality claims adjudication capabilities, it said. he declares.
The Global Health Care product offers one of the widest sum assured ranges available in the Indian market, ranging from Rs 37.50 lakh to Rs 3.75 crore (USD 1,00,000 to USD 10,00,000).
The product is available with two plans, namely “Imperial Plan” and “Imperial Plus Plan”, which offer both international and domestic coverage.
National coverage for “Imperial Plan” and “Imperial Plan Plus” provides inpatient treatment, pre and post hospitalization costs with benefits such as ambulance (air and road), living donor medical expenses , modern treatment methods and technological advancements, mental care, disease treatment and rehabilitation, among others.
”Many of us want to consider international treatment options for our loved ones and ourselves, but we rarely opt for this given the massive expense involved, and it can potentially diminish an individual’s life savings. .
“The product meets those exact reservations and gives you that relief by opting for best-in-class treatment anywhere in the world without worrying about the financial burden,” said Tapan Singhel, MD and CEO of Bajaj Allianz General Insurance.
The product is offered to Indians residing in the country with sum assured available on an individual basis for a period of cover of one year. The entry age for adult members is 18 to 65 years old and for dependent children from three months to 30 years old with a lifetime renewal option.
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