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      Apollo to provide health cover to techies in US

      Posted AtDNA India

      The Apollo Hosptials group is set to launch a specialised health insurance package tailored for Indian techies working in the US.

      The package that is likely to be introduced in January will be launched jointly with a private insurance company, Sangeeta Reddy, executive director, Apollo Hospitals Group, said on the sidelines of the ISB Healthcare and Pharma Summit.

      She refused to divulge the name of the insurance company Apollo has tied up with.

      Initially the package would target up to one million techies who are primarily on L1 Visas in the US enabling them to enjoy the benefits of treatment at Apollo's facilities in India, she added.

      Subsequently, the company would look at extending the policy to Indo-Americans who are not enjoying any health insurance cover.

      It is estimated that there are about 30 million such people in the US, she said. Apollo already operates a third party administrator company, the Family Health Plan Ltd, rendering health insurance services to over seven million people.

      November 28, 2005


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