Adamjee Insurance and Sehat Kahani sign agreement for digital health services

Leading insurance company Adamjee Insurance Pakistan has announced that it has signed an agreement with Sehat Kahani, a leading telemedicine platform aimed at providing healthcare services (OPD) as a service to added value to its existing and potential health insurance subscribers.

This collaboration makes Adamjee Insurance the leading provider of general insurance coverage, with its health insurance portfolio holding one of the largest market shares in Pakistan. With the Sehat Kahani app to ensure 24/7 availability of a dedicated telehealth helpline for all smart phone and non-smartphone users of health and microinsurance products.

Additionally, a special medical hotline will be created for beneficiaries who do not have smart phones/or cannot use the app. This dedicated helpline will facilitate users as per Pakistan Medical & Dental Council guidelines and will be available 24/7.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Mr. Ahmer Shoaib, Deputy Executive Director, Adamjee Insurance said, “We believe this alliance will help Pakistan meet health insurance needs using technology.”

In addition, Dr. Aliya Zia, Head of Health Insurance Department for Pakistan and UAE, added his remarks on this occasion: “With the help of Sehat Kahani, we plan to improve the experience of our customers’ healthcare by adding the telemedicine platform as an added value to our current portfolio.

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