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Topik: The New Straits Times

Takaful Ikhlas expects RM6m from medical plan

Source: The New Straits Times, 22nd April 2008

Takaful Ikhlas Sdn Bhd is confident that its newly-launched medical plan will rake in RM6 million in contribution in the first 12 months. The takaful operator targets some 500 cases each month for the new Ikhlas Medic Assit Takaful (IMAT), said it senior vice-president Wan Mohd Fadzlullah Wan Abdullah.
IMAT is Takaful Ikhlas’ first stand-alone individual medical policy that comes with a cashless hospital admission card.

The Hospital Admission Assist (HAA) card allows for cashless hospitalisation made availed to a network of 80 hospitals nationwide. The essence of cashless hospitalisation is that the insured individual need not make an upfront payment to the hospital at the time of admission.

“IMAT in full is to assist our customers to receive hassle-free first-class treatment at a hospital,” said Wan Mohd Fadzlullah.

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