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Religare Health Insurance to enter travel insurance

Thursday, 1 May 2014 - 6:55am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna

Religare Health Insurance, a standalone health insurance company and a part of Religare Enterprises, plans to launch its travel insurance policy and individual personal accident insurance policy in the current quarter.

Anuj Gulati, managing director and chief executive officer, said, "We have recently received approval for comprehensive travel insurance policy and plan to launch in this quarter."

"For retail customers, we have a very comprehensive individual personal accident insurance policy (called Secure), which we also plan to launch in this quarter. We have also received approval for what we call as Super top-up policy (called Enhance), which is for customers who already have an existing policy of Rs 1-2 lakh sum insured, and want to increase their total cover."

Gulati said with the launch of travel insurance, individual personal accident and super top-up, Religare Health was aiming to complete the base bouquet of products to meet requirement of all types of customers. Religare currently offers a comprehensive health insurance product, critical illness cover (with personal accident benefit), group health insurance cover, and group personal accident insurance policy.

Among its other initiatives, the company now has a well-established corporate wellness programmes through which it already services a large number of companies by adopting a four stage process – namely - awareness, early diagnosis, environment modification and rehabilitation. Religare Health has conducted a series of camps for various companies like lifestyle disease screening, eye disease screening, cancer screening, dental health, stress management and quit-smoking sessions besides sending regular tips and mails on good health maintenance.

It has also conducted awareness programmes on thyroid and dengue prevention and carried out vaccinations against influenza, typhoid, Hepatitis A & B, and cervical cancer at discounted rates.

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