Star Health and Allied Insurance

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Star Health and Allied Insurance Co Ltd
IndustryHealth Insurance
Founded2006
Headquarters,
INDIA
Key people
V Jagannathan

Anand Roy

Dr S Prakash
ProductsHealth Insurance Accident Insurance Travel Insurance

Star Health and Allied Insurance Co Ltd commenced its operations in 2006 with the business interests in Health Insurance, Overseas Mediclaim Policy (Travel Insurance) and Personal Accident Insurance. Star Health is India's first stand-alone Health Insurance Company. Star Health Insurance has products to cater everybody, be it individuals, families or corporates. The Company works directly as well as through various channels like agents, brokers, online etc., Star Health is also prominently into Bancassurance having long standing relationship with various Banks. Star Health has underwritten a gross written premium of Rs.5401 Cr during the FY 2018-19 and has built up a promising path with an appreciable net worth of Rs.1480 Cr, as on 31st March 2019. Currently Star Health has 10600+ employees and 500+ branch offices all over India. [1][2].

Products and Services[edit]

  • Family Health Optima Insurance Plan
  • Senior Citizens Red Carpet Health Insurance Policy
  • Medi-classic Insurance Policy
  • Star Health Gain Insurance Policy
  • Star Health Family Policy
  • Super Surplus Insurance Policy
  • Diabetes Safe Insurance Policy
  • Star Cardiac Care Insurance Policy
  • Star Cancer Care Gold (Pilot Product)
  • Star Net plus
  • Star Micro Health Insurance
  • Star Criticare Plus Insurance Policy
  • Star Family Delight Insurance Policy
  • Star Special Care
  • Star Travel Protect Insurance Policy
  • Star Corporate Travel Protect Insurance Policy
  • Star Student Travel Protect Insurance Policy
  • Accident Care Individual Insurance Policy
  • Student Care


References[edit]

  1. ^ Asokan, Mamtha (24 September 2019). "Star Health Insurance joins hand with ICICI Securities to sell insurance products". Times of India. Retrieved 26 September 2019.
  2. ^ Ray, Abeer (23 September 2019). "Know these waiting periods in your health insurance plan". DNA India. Retrieved 26 September 2019.