Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company on Tuesday announced the launch of six new health add-on covers that can be purchased with an existing health insurance policy. These newly-launched add-on covers can help policyholders to obtain comprehensive coverage for an affordable premium.
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The new add-on covers launched by the Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company are Cancer Hospitalization Booster, Reduction in PED Waiting Period, Future Secure cover, Personal Accident cover, Tele-OPD Consultation and Vaccine Cover. These add-ons can be added to existing health indemnity policies like Aditya Birla Activa Health, Aditya Birla Activ Care and Aditya Birla Activ Assure plans.
The private health insurance company decided to launch new health add-ons to meet the customers’ demands for better health packages in the post-pandemic years. These add-on covers are expected to fulfil the health needs of different income groups and diversify their health insurance portfolios.
Mayank Bathwal, CEO of Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company, said that the launch of new health add-on covers will make existing policies comprehensive and robust, thereby, enhancing the protection level of the policyholders. It will also help policyholders to safeguard their future and their family’s future.
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