- Rs. 5 Lakh Coverage @ Rs. 12.9/Day
- 7 Lakh+ Happy Customers
- 100%Free Health Check-up
- 10,000+Hospitals for Cashless Treatment
We promise limited calls
Do the Lower Health Premium Rates Attracts You?
- DetailsWritten by PolicyBazaar -
- Hits : 2300 -
Modified 15 November 2016
Do you want to do an investment which will protect you along with your loved ones from the financial burden of uncertainties? If yes, then health insurance is the best option one can invest in. Health insurance covers you and your family from the burden of hospital expenses in case of any medical emergency thus, reducing the financial impact. It’s a protection cover which makes you stay away from the brunt of sudden medical expenses during any uncertain calamity. By getting insured, you will have peace of mind knowing that you are sheltered from this burden.
First thing which clicks in your mind on hearing about insurance is the premium. Everybody wants an affordable and helpful cover. People always hunt for more by paying less. Lower health insurance premium rates always seem to be more attractive. While choosing any health insurance plan, the first thing that you must notice is premium as it will be a major part of your budget. Premium depends on the age of the policyholder and majorly on the coverage that policyholder opts.
Broader the coverage, higher will be the premium. So, does it mean that there is no option of getting broader cover at lower premium? No, there are ways to reduce your premium. The first thing you must keep in mind while taking any plan is your needs. Choosing a right and perfect plan for you and your family can be very beneficial and affordable. You must understand the pros and cons of all the available plans and then go for the best one.
A healthy person who hardly has chances to get hospitalised can opt for a plan with co-payment. It ensures that in case of any emergency, at least some part of the expenses will be paid by the company. Apart from this, policyholder can also go for deductible clause. In this, the policyholder has to pay the deductible in advance before the insurance kicks in. So, the higher the co-pay and deductible, the lower will be the premium. Apart from this, no claim bonus reduces the premium. No claim bonus is the discount you get on the basic premium if there is a claim free year in your policy.
A low premium or a high deductible/co-payment plan can be very helpful for you. It can contribute in your savings and can help your budget not to go out of track. So, instead of taking a useless plan with low premium and low coverage, you can go for other better options to get more affordable benefits.
- Most Read
- Safeguard Your Medical Concerns with the Right Health Insurance Plan
Date: 28 December 2017
- Here’s How You Can Safeguard Your Future from Accidental Deaths
Date: 22 December 2017
- How You Can Save Taxes with Medical Expenses
Date: 30 November 2017
- Why One Needs Health Insurance with High-risk Cover
Date: 28 November 2017
- A Handy Guide for NRIs Seeking Health Insurance in India
Date: 27 November 2017
- Best Health Insurance Plans in India
Views : 513558
- Here’s the Difference between Health Insurance and Mediclaim
Views : 61362
- Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)
Views : 33872
- Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana
Views : 32860
- Central Government to Launch - New Health Insurance Schemes
Views : 30218