The pandemic has hit us hard. Healthcare costs have gone up with some even forced to give up their cover due to a steep rise in premiums. Here are a few tips to make the most of your Health Insurance cover.
With the rise in cases of Omicron – the new COVID-19 variant, the visible strain on the healthcare system and your financial planning is indeed a possibility and the implications, simply put, are many. Therefore, be on guard and eliminate any possible cause for concern. Is your health insurance plan ready to come to your rescue? Find out here.
On this World AIDS Day, we, at BankBazaar, stand in solidarity with all people living with or affected by HIV. To this end, we want to reiterate the fact that healthcare must be a top investment priority to ensure HIV treatments and care are affordable and available to everyone, everywhere.
Contrary to popular belief, smokers can avail a Health Insurance plan albeit with some strings attached. Let’s find out more.
The COVID-19 crisis has dealt a huge blow to the economy. This means we’re looking at job losses and reduced income. Here are some important financial takeaways from the crisis.
The IRDAI has mandated general health insurers to offer short-term health plans like Corona Rakshak and Corona Kavach to cover hospitalisation expenses arising out of treatment for COVID-19. Here are some important differences between them that you must be aware of.
The IRDAI has directed all general and Health Insurance companies to offer a standard individual benefit-based Covid-19 Health Insurance product on or before June 30, 2020. Should you go for it?
Health Insurance claims filed thus far for COVID-19 treatment range between Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 4.5 lakhs. How much health cover would you require? Is Rs. 5 lakhs good enough? We’re breaking it down for you.
The IRDAI, India’s insurance regulator, has introduced an affordable, standard Health Insurance policy that must be offered by all general and standalone health insurance companies. Here’s all you need to know about the Arogya Sanjeevani Policy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put an unprecedented number of people in need of medical attention across the world. Insurers in India have taken a cue and launched insurance products to respond to this need. Here are COVID-19-specific insurance policies currently being offered in India.