Star Health’s revised cardiac plan and other top insurance news

1436418371-4833Star Health Insurance has launched its revised cardiac insurance policy, which includes coverage for additional procedures, such as Atrial Septal Defect, Radio Frequency Ablation, among others.

The ministry of finance has rejected a proposal for setting up a workers’ bank by the employees’s provident fund organization(EPFO), according to a senior official of the labour ministry.

After observing deficiencies in the functioning of registered third-party administrator Happy Insurance TPA Services, the insurance regulatory and development authority of India (IRDAI) has rejected its application for renewal.

Indian railway is likely to start voluntary passenger insurance scheme from September by charging a minimal premium of less than Rs 10 per ticket from travelers for an insurance cover of Rs 10 lakh in case of death or permanent disability caused in train accident.
Chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday launched a medical insurance scheme for Tamil Nadu government employees.

The chief minister distributed medical insurance cards to five employees as part of the launch of the scheme.

Gurgaon’s district health department has decided to give a Rs.25,000 health insurance cover free of cost to students of government schools afflicted by dengue.

American International Group is launching a new line of insurance policies to cover cyberattack risks, including property damage, bodily injury, business interruption, and product liability, the company said.

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