AIA Cambodia provides solutions that emphasise employee health

| 07 Nov 2022

AIA (Cambodia) Life Insurance (AIA Cambodia) has unveiled AIA MedCare, its first medical insurance solution and one that enables their corporate clients to look after employee health and wellness to boost workplace satisfaction and productivity.

AIA Cambodia’s debut in the medical segment here reinforces its standing as part of Asia’s leading insurance company. Already a household name with its life, critical illness and accident plans, the introduction of AIA Cambodia’s group medical solution is the first of many similar products that will enable the insurer to help Cambodians live Healthier, Longer and Better Lives. 

Targeted at employers looking for enhanced employee medical protection, AIA MedCare is a rider to AIA ComCare, which was launched in 2021 with market-leading life insurance plus critical illnesses, accidents, hospital cash components and overseas emergency assistance rolled into one flexible solution. It also complements AIA Cambodia’s current life and critical illness offerings.

AIA MedCare provides comprehensive medical coverage with healthcare benefits such as reimbursements on hospitalisation, surgeries, illnesses, accidents and emergencies. It also caters for employee out-patient, preventive, dental and maternity care needs, among others. 

Clients have the option to choose tailor-made packages that fit their workforce protection requirements and budget. This, in turn, enables them to ensure well-provided health and welfare benefits to help motivate, attract and retain employees. 

AIA MedCare also offers a convenient, easily accessible online medical portal that targets employees, the employer’s HR department and AIA’s medical service providers. It provides access to a host of functions, including member listings, claims data, history and submission, policy benefits and other pertinent information. This allows the overall administration of benefits as well as the hospital admission and discharge process as hassle free as possible, according to Khmer Times.