Max Bupa launches revised 'heartbeat' health insurance plan

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Health insurer Max Bupa today announced introduction of a plan which comes with cashless treatment abroad for major critical illnesses.

The new edition of heartbeat health insurance plan offers comprehensive health insurance plan like international cashless treatment for 9 major critical illnesses and worldwide emergency medical evacuation, Max Bupa said in a statement.

It also offers flexibility in sum assured ranging from Rs 2 lakh to 1 crore and reduced waiting period of 24 months on pre-existing diseases for sum insured of Rs 5 lakh and above, it said.

"The new edition of Heartbeat has been designed to address the evolving health needs of our customers. It offers exclusive benefits to families like international treatment, reduced waiting periods and comprehensive coverage upto Rs 1 crore," said Max Bupa Chief Executive Officer Manasije Mishra.

One of the most significant features of the plan is that customers can now avail cashless treatment abroad for nine major critical illnesses including Cancer, Heart Attack, Organ Transplant, Stroke, Brain Surgery among others, he said.

Max Bupa customers can access of Bupa International's network of quality hospitals across 190 countries, he added.

Max Bupa Health Insurance is a 74:26, joint venture between Max India and the UK-based Bupa.


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