OXXY launches its plan to give nightmare to Health Insurance Companies

April 13 2016,  18.00 PM IST || Pocket News Alert

Health insurance to Now Witness standardized Rates, Clear offerings and Low Costs.

OXXY launches its plan to give nightmare to Health Insurance Companies
At a fraction of the cost of any Health Insurance Plan, OXXY is taking the prevalent system in the market head on. This is in the scenario when people have no choice but to opt for conventional insurances.

 Not only its available at an unbelievably low cost, its better in every sense than an conventional Insurance Policy. Its wide network of medical centers, covering pre-existing diseases, no bar on age limit plans are bound to benefit the society in a big way.

Sheetal Kapoor, the lady behind this radical change asserts that healthcare system will go thru complete transformation in the coming decade. OXXY has made all the efforts to make Healthcare really pocket friendly. By 2020, most people in the country will have access to international level of health care.

A wisely chosen health plan can go a long way to take care of well being of a person in all phases of life. Health of the new age in urban India is taking a heavy toll. While trying to keep a balance between personal and professional life, they often de-prioritize their own well being. Sedentary lifestyles and increasing stress levels amongst other factors have exposed all to host a lot of health issues.

Health Insurance is undoubtedly a sector needed by all but very heavily overpriced. The competitors move in a nexus with high margin costs and shy away when it comes to settling claims. On the flip, revolutionary Oxxy Healthcare has come up with a desire for bringing healthcare accessible for all. No more paying extra is the ultimate focus of the organization.

Over 80 per cent of India’s population is not covered under any health insurance scheme, says the latest National Sample Survey (NSS) released on 11 April 2016. The data reveals that despite seven years of the Centre-run Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY), only 12 per cent of the urban and 13 per cent of the rural population had access to insurance cover.

Private doctors emerged as the single-most significant source of treatment in both rural and urban areas. The survey found that 72 per cent of the treatment provided in rural areas and 79 per cent in urban areas was availed in the private sector but at the same time the cost of buying insurance is too much.

Oxxy, India’s largest healthcare network has come up with an 'affordable health plan' for just Rs. 4000 annually [which caters to the entire family].  Oxxy is present in more than 1500 cities of India. They are far bigger than any insurance company  with more than 1,50,000 health center tie ups.

Oxxy team believes that they aim in providing healthcare for all, with free health camps organized timely we are also now set to reduce medical bills and give easy access of healthcare for all. Oxxy serves everyone from all stages of life, right from a child in mother's womb till the person is alive.