AXA launches first-in-market "SurgiCare Surgical Insurance Plan" to provide lump-sum payout for VHIS defined surgeries
Recovery after surgeries could cost over HKD250,000
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HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 5 August 2021 - AXA Hong Kong (AXA) launches "SurgiCare Surgical Insurance Plan" ("SurgiCare"). "SurgiCare" is the first-in-market surgical insurance plan based on the four levels under the existing Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (VHIS) schedule of surgical procedures – minor, intermediate, major and complex, to provide comprehensive coverage for over 450 types of surgery. "SurgiCare" offers lump-sum benefits up to 100% of the sum insured for complex surgeries and 30% for major surgeries. It also offers unlimitedhttps://www.axa.com.hk/en/surgicare-surgical-insurance-plan
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 The minor / intermediate surgical procedure is eligible for this benefit only when there is no preceding minor/ intermediate surgical procedure performed on the same body part within the last 5 years.
 Calculation based on the annual premium of "SurgiCare Surgical Insurance Plan" for a 30-year-old male non-smoker with HKD 300,000 sum insured.
 The survey was conducted between 24 and 29 June 2021 using YouGov's online panel in Hong Kong, with a total of 1,032 interviews were completed. Figures are weighed in relation to online population in Hong Kong.
 According to the Hospital Authority Statistical Report 2019-2020.
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