SBI General Insurance has launched a special health insurance policy with the aim of protecting people from financial problems during treatment during the Corona period. Whose name is ‘Arogya Supreme’.
SBI General Insurance, one of the leading insurance companies in India, today launched a comprehensive health insurance plan named ‘Arogya Supreme’. In this, customers will have complete health insurance coverage. In which they will get coverage up to 5 crores. Along with this, the benefit of 20 basic covers and 8 optional covers will also be available. Not only this, in this new scheme, customers can choose the policy term and other things as per their wish.
The ‘Arogya Supreme’ health insurance plan offers a wide range of options, wherein customers can choose from 3 options namely Pro, Plus and Premium, depending on the sum insured and coverage features. Apart from this, customers get the option of refilling the sum insured, recovery benefit, compassionate travel, etc. in other options. Along with this, customers also have the facility to choose the policy term from 1 to 3 years.
Regarding this, PC Kandpal, MD & CEO, SBI General Insurance Company said, “In today’s situation, health insurance has become not just an option but a necessity. Aarogya Supreme, a comprehensive health insurance plan, with restoration facility and a wide range of sum insured, will enable customers to choose premium and tenure as per their requirements.”
Complete health insurance has been specially designed keeping in mind that people do not have to face problems in the treatment of Kovid-19 epidemic. This will not spoil the budget of the people. Arogya Supreme is such an insurance policy whose benefits will be available to the retail customers well.
Health insurance price index jumps
Due to the corona epidemic, the number of health insurance people has increased rapidly. This is the reason why there has been a jump in the Health Insurance Price Index. In contrast to the first quarter (Q1) of 2021, the health insurance price index saw a major turnaround in Q2 with an increase of 4.87%. This led to an increase of ₹25,197 in the index value of insurance premium prices. According to the report, the index of health insurance had remained stable at 24,026 in the last two quarters i.e. Q4FY20 and Q1FY21.