Allianz Well, a high value health insurance product that offers a coverage of up to P100 million, is now available through Maria-Health PH after premier global insurance company Allianz Philippines entered into a partnership with the technology company.
It is also the first international health plan on Maria Health that offers such a high coverage.
“Allianz believes in making insurance simpler to understand for everyone. This way, people can learn more about its benefits and why it’s important for their financial security. We are glad to have found a like-minded company in Maria Health,” said Allianz Philippines Chief Marketing Officer, Gae Martinez.
Maria Health is an e-commerce facility that allows consumers to easily purchase health insurance plans. It shows comparisons of the different HMO providers so that consumers can easily identify which among their coverages would suit them.
Allianz Philippines’ partnership with the tech company is part of its continued efforts to make its insurance products more accessible and easier to understand for more Filipinos.
By making Allianz Well available through Maria Health, Allianz Philippines makes it easier for consumers to learn more about the many benefits that the plan offers. These include 24/7 tele-consultation and expert medical opinion services; inpatient hospitalization; ER assistance, the option of a second opinion, among other benefits.
Allianz Well is just one of the many all-inclusive health plans that Allianz Philippines is making available through Maria Health.
Earlier in the year, Martinez had stressed the importance of using technology in the delivery of insurance products and services.
“Through technology, we have the opportunity to give our customers access to their insurance anytime, anywhere,” he said.
Allianz is the world’s number one insurance brand, according to the 2019 Interbrand Global Rankings. Across all industries, it ranks 43rd in the world.
Allianz has likewise been declared the world’s most sustainable insurer from 2017 to 2019 by Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
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