Cambodia: AIA launches insurance solution to cover 100 critical illnesses

| 04 Jul 2024

AIA Cambodia has underlined its long-term commitment to safeguarding the health and well-being of Cambodians with the release of AIA 100 Kapea, the Kingdom's first insurance plan to cover 100 critical illnesses and conditions.

AIA 100 Kapea, which updates the insurer’s well-received 26 critical-illness product, also covers diabetic-related complications, which are a significant non-communication disease in Cambodia. It additionally offers a substantial 50% payout for early-stage critical illness diagnoses, which provides immediate financial support and enables the patient to focus on recovery.

The solution also offers juvenile protection from 30 days old encompassing up to 115 medical conditions, including cardiovascular disease, cancer and chronic respiratory diseases. The plan’s value-added benefits include personalised medical case management options that provide second opinions from health experts overseas. 

The latest offering from AIA Cambodia aims to strengthen the organisation’s continuous improvement of its products, services and operations, all of which strengthen their purpose to help Cambodians live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives.

AIA 100 Kapea also aligns with the AIA Group’s AIA One Billion initiative to do the same for one billion people in Asia by 2030 and AIA Cambodia’s ‘One Life, One Health’ initiative, which encourages Cambodians to better enjoy life by focusing on their wellbeing. Themed ‘Cherish it, Protect it’, the campaign emphasises the insurer’s conviction that health impacts all aspects of life and is a defining factor in determining its quality. 

The AIA 100 Kapea launch was attended by the Director General of the Insurance Regulator of Cambodia Bou Chanphirou, Huy Vatharo, Chairman of the Insurance Association of Cambodia, AIA Cambodia Chief Executive Officer Jane Tay, AIA Cambodia management and staff, AIA Life Planners and guests, reported Khmer Times.