You can make the payment for your Star Health Insurance premium online on its official website by entering your policy number and date of birth. You can also pay the insurance premium for Star Health Insurance by downloading its mobile app from Google Play Store.
Star Health and Allied Insurance Co. Ltd. is among the popular firms in India. The firm started operating in India in 2006. It offers customers with innovative insurance solutions especially in mediclaim policies, health insurance ,and personal accident. The covers offered by the firm ace in both quality and affordability, giving customers the complete benefits of an insurance policy.
Health insurance is a must-have-thing for every individual and family who considers their health as their greatest wealth. A good health insurance plan, like the ones offered by Star Health will protect you and/or your family against liabilities that may be incurred as a result of medical emergencies. Availing a good health plan comes with tax benefits too, helping you save.
Star Health offers the following health insurance policies:
Star Health insurance policy offers the following benefits to the customers:
Star Health offers the facility of purchasing/renewing insurance policies via their official websites as well as authorised third-party insurance websites. After providing the relevant details as requested on the website, you can proceed to make the payment in order to complete the policy purchase. Star Health and third-party websites offer different modes of payment options, a few of them are listed below:
The person purchasing the policy can make the payment via any of the available payment options.
A customer can instantly renew their health insurance policy on the official website of Star Health Insurance. Policy renewal process involves the following steps:
Can one renew his/her health insurance policy after the first year?
The insurer will courier you a renewal notice informing you that your policy is about to expire. However, it is not mandatory for the insurer to send the notice, hence if the insurer does not send one, it should not be considered as a deficiency in its services. Renewing your insurance policy on time is your responsibility.
Are diagnostic charges for MRI, X- ray, ultrasound, etc. covered under the insurance policy?
As long as the diagnostic instruments and laboratory tests are being used to help the hospitalised patient recover, charges for MRI, X-ray, ultrasound, blood test, urine test, etc. will be covered. But any diagnostic treatments or medical tests that are not related to the patient’s treatment for the specific reason he/she was hospitalised or that has been described as outpatient will not be covered under the policy.
How can one get an Authorization letter?
The process of obtaining an authorization letter involves the following steps:
What are the points to be noted when getting hospitalised and undergoing medical treatment for any ailment under the cashless claim facility?
Following are the points one should remember when availing a cashless claim facility for hospitalisation and/or medical treatments:
What is a Health Card?
A health card is an ID card issued by the insurer along with the issuance of the health insurance policy. Similar to an Identity card, a health card permits you to avail cashless hospitalisation facility at any of the authorised network hospitals.
The Star Health card will have all the relevant contact numbers and the contact details of the third-party administrator. If there is any need for clarifications, queries, assistance of any kind, etc., during a medical emergency, you can get in touch with the concerned people on the TPA numbers mentioned on your health card. Also, your health card should be shown to the concerned hospital staff before you avail any medical facility that the insurer has to cover.
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