Mrunal Pandit, FIII, takes a look at health insurance in India for COVID-19 or Coronavirus. This is the first article in a four part series about Coronavirus and Health Insurance in India.
In this post, Mrunal Pandit refers to her post on LInked on the role of insurance companies for affordable healthcare.
Workplace fraud is a common, everyday occurrence and a business reality. Every business, whether it is large or small, is vulnerable to these crimes. Workplace fraud can take many forms—including embezzlement, forgery, theft of inventory and other assets, and most importantly computer crime. Many of these frauds can continue unchecked for years.
Three years ago, I wrote an essay titled “Universal Health Insurance –Will this meet the expectations of affordable care to all citizens?”. For this essay, I was the winner of the essay competition from Insurance Institute of India. Here is the abstract of my essay.
Mrunal Pandit has posted the extract from a LinkedIn post on the topic of Universal Health Coverage and the role of Insurance Companies in India. She highlights the Government fo India schemes such as Rashtriya Swastha Bima Yojana and Pradham Mantri Suraksha Bima.
Ayushman Bharat is India’s Ambitious Affordable, Universal Healthcare Program that was announced in the 2018 Budget speech by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley . I thought of sharing my views on this scheme, based on my experience with a similar program (Rashtriya Swasth Bima Yojana or RSBY).