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Prudential’s PruMyHealth to make healthcare in the Kingdom and ASEAN more accessible

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PruMyHealth is designed to offer customers the choice of receiving medical treatment in Cambodia or other ASEAN country. SUPPLIED

Prudential’s PruMyHealth to make healthcare in the Kingdom and ASEAN more accessible

Prudential has launched the PruMyHealth package to make access to quality medical treatment in Cambodia and the ASEAN region more affordable for more people in the Kingdom.

PruMyHealth is available through consultants of Prudential, the largest life insurer in Cambodia in terms of claims approved and policies sold since inception.

Out-of-pocket medical expenses in Cambodia reached $856 million as of 2018, reflecting the financial stress Cambodian households face upon unforeseen health and medical conditions.

PruMyHealth is a medical reimbursement product designed to offer customers the choice of receiving medical treatment in Cambodia or other ASEAN country.

PruMyHealth customers can select their preferred treatment arrangements within the ASEAN region, with medical reimbursement coverage up to $50,000.

Additionally, in a first of its kind in Cambodia, customers can enjoy a “cashless experience” upon checkout at partner hospitals without upfront payment for eligible treatments.

PruMyHealth package is available for customers aged between 18 and 60 and starts at an affordable premium rate of $0.40 a day.

PruMyHealth customers can access a wide range of top-quality medical treatments across the ASEAN region, including for cancer, in- and outpatient care, and pregnancy complications.

“Our research findings indicate four out of five Cambodians are concerned about out-of-pocket healthcare expenses.

“Core to our mission, we developed PruMyHealth to make accessing quality healthcare in Cambodia and other ASEAN countries more affordable for more Cambodian consumers,” said Prudential Cambodia CEO Sanjay Chakrabarty.

To further improve the customer experience, customers can choose from a range of payment options including KHQR.

Customers can also sign up for Prudential’s free holistic health and wealth management app, Pulse by Prudential, on which they can view and manage their policies, including updating the beneficiary information.

Pulse is a mobile app powered by artificial intelligence (AI) designed to bring holistic health and wealth solutions to Prudential customers.

With Pulse, customers can take an AI-powered health assessment, join an online community for shared interests (such as running or dancing or for young mothers), locate their nearest hospital and learn how to manage their finances better through educational content.

The app is available free to download on both Android and iOS, with registering easy by just the click of a button.

Please scan here to download Pulse.

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For more information on PruMyHealth, contact the Prudential hotline on 1800-212223 (toll free), or scan the QR code.

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