Daman launches flexible insurance plans
Abu Dhabi, September 12, 2013
Abu Dhabi-based National Health Insurance Company (Daman) has launched its new range of health insurance plans offering a range of flexible schemes for individuals and families with different needs and budgets.
Introduced for the first time in the UAE health insurance industry, the Care plan offers a renewal incentive of a guaranteed five per cent reduction on premium rates for each member with a claim-free year. In addition, families of two or more members enrolled in the plan benefit will receive five per cent discount on the overall policy premium.
Daman’s chief executive officer Dr Michael Bitzer said: “Our analysis of the market shows a rising demand by families outside Abu Dhabi for greater flexibility and cost-effective health insurance coverage across the emirates. As the leading health insurance specialists, we are excited to bring these new, innovative plans for individuals and families in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.”
The Care plans offer a wide range of existing services, new benefits, new medical coverage networks and are sub-divided into tiers: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Chrome. This allows clients to select the level appropriate to their health insurance needs and budgets, offering them greater choice and flexibility.
Daman’s chief commercial officer Dr Sven Rohte said: “Purchasing a health insurance policy has proven to be a wise economical choice for families. With our Care plans, families enjoy peace of mind knowing that they won’t have to risk their savings and educational investments should a family member unexpectedly require an expensive treatment.”
“In addition, the five per cent family discount on the policy coupled with the five per cent discount for each member with a claim-free year creates a very rewarding investment. Considering the annual increases in healthcare costs, the discounts alone make our Care plans extremely appealing,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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