Union Assurance launches HEALTH 360

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Oct 15 2021

Union Assurance HEALTH 360 was launched on 13 October as a health insurance solution that covers a wide range of health protection needs for the entire family. It offers benefits across three generations covering the policyholder’s spouse, children, and parents with a wealth of benefits. Union Assurance HEALTH 360 is designed to help consumers manage the rising cost of health care, especially given the unforeseen nature of a family’s health needs. With a HEALTH 360 solution, consumers now have the liberty to obtain the best treatment for their loved ones and themselves, without holding back owing to limitations in affordability. 

Commenting on the launch of HEALTH 360, Jude Gomes, the CEO of Union Assurance, stated, “Your family is your most precious asset. No amount of money or belongings can replace their wellbeing. Today, we face numerous health issues, making it increasingly unpredictable, and difficult to manage the health and wellness of our families without support. We are in an age where 83% of Sri Lankans suffer from noncommunicable diseases, with 35% of these being heart related. 4.7 million people are hospitalized annually, with 25,000+ individuals being diagnosed with cancer every year. 

Such expenses can put a serious dent in one’s savings. A good health protection plan like HEALTH 360 gives you access to the best treatment, locally and overseas, providing you a reliable safety net when you need it most.” Union Assurance HEALTH 360, gives consumers the ease of a single solution for the entire family’s health needs with comprehensive coverage for hospital charges, surgery, medication, maternity services, physicians, dental and optical services etc. It offers the highest age limit for a health rider covering up to 75 years, with a cover limit up to Rs 60 million per year. HEALTH 360 offers a unique, in-built critical illness cover, outpatient and Ayurvedic hospitalisation cover, including coverage for vaccinations and investigations.

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Oct 15 2021

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