Star Health, India's first and largest stand alone health insurance company having set standards in the Health Insurance industry, today launched two new innovative health insurance policies - Star Comprehensive & Star Family Delite.
Star Comprehensive Insurance Policy is designed to ensure comprehensive coverage for the entire family offering hospitalisation benefits with no sub-limits or caps on room rent etc. Star Family Delite Insurance Policy offers optimum protection at an affordable cost for the entire family under a single policy.
During the launch of the two new products, Mr. V. Jagannathan, Chairman cum Managing Director, Star Health & Allied Insurance, said, "For the past six years, Star Health & Allied Insurance has been proactive in introducing health insurance solutions to suit the needs of the people in every walk of life by ensuring value for money. With the clear understanding of the changing needs and escalating cost of health care â€“ we are happy to launch Star Comprehensive Insurance Policy and Star Family Delite Insurance policy, in addition to our already strong array of 24 innovative health insurance policies."
Star Health introduces a new value added service to its customers - Personal Health Record maintenance services in electronic form to its policy holders, free of cost which can be accessed by the insured from anywhere so that, should the insured needs treatment when he is away from his place or if records are misplaced, this would help the treating Doctors to take information based decisions.
Key Product Features:
- No room rent capping
- No disease wise limits
- OP dental & ophthalmic treatments
- Hospital cash benefit
- Delivery & New born baby cover
- Life long guaranteed renewals Star Family Delite
- In-patient hospitalization expenses, which includes room rent, boarding & nursing expenses
- Pre & Post-hospitalization expenses covered
- Affordable health protection at affordable premium with optimal benefits.
The company is currently having Pan India presence with 235 offices and tie up with more than 5000 network hospitals