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What is Top-Up Health Insurance Plan?

Top-up Health Insurance Plans – Explained

A top-up health insurance plan helps you enhance your existing health insurance policy at a cost-effective price. It is an additional health plan that acts as a backup to your regular health insurance policy, providing additional financial security. Amid the advancement of healthcare services and technology, medical expenses have also increased over the years. Therefore, it is important to have a health insurance plan that adequately covers you against all kinds of medical emergencies. In case your primary health insurance plan’s sum insured gets exhausted, then you can avail of a top-up health insurance plan.

Top-up health insurance plans offered by Bajaj Finance provide coverage against hospitalisation, pre-and post-hospitalisation, day care procedures, organ donor expenses, ambulance charges, maternity benefits etc. You can also avail of tax benefits from paying the premium paid towards this policy.

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Disclaimer - *Conditions apply. This product is offered under the group insurance scheme wherein Bajaj Finance Limited is the master policyholder. The insurance coverage is provided by our partner insurance company. Bajaj Finance Limited does not underwrite the risk. IRDAI Corporate Agency Registration Number CA0101. The above-mentioned benefits and premium amount are subject to various factors such as the age of the insured, lifestyle habits, health etc. (if applicable). BFL does not hold any responsibility for the issuance, quality, serviceability, maintenance and any claims post-sale. This product provides insurance coverage. Purchase of this product is purely voluntary in nature. BFL does not compel any of its customers to mandatorily purchase any third-party products.

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