Bengaluru: Bengaluru based drug store major Medlife announced its association with Aditya Birla Health Insurance to offer cashless medication conveyance to its qualified clients.
Medlife has sent its advanced answer for empowering the backup plan to offer these administrations under OPD advantage of its medical coverage advertising.
Supporting Medlife's distribution network, which right now serves requests to 1,000 urban communities crosswise over India, for solution conveyance, ABHIC has coordinated its OPD assert frameworks for quicker and better claim involvement for its clients.
This one-of-its-kind reconciliation offers ABHIC's qualified clients to arrange specialist endorsed drugs on the web and get them at their doorstep, influencing the whole client to involvement as problem free and cashless.
The qualified outpatient (OPD) clients can present their specialist's prescription to ABHIC and post-confirmation get medications at home by Medlife. The claim is settled through framework coordination between Medlife and ABHIC and every one of the records are properly kept up according to controller's prerequisite. This whole procedure is upheld by Medlife's innovation.
"Medlife's vision is to make healthcare simple, affordable and accessible, and this tie-up is another step towards the same. This tie-up will help customers of ABHIC get a paperless and cashless Medicine delivery experience at their home. This is an important step in our efforts to build a connected healthcare platform. We are delighted to partner with ABHIC to help their customers to have a better and convenient experience," said CEO, Medlife, Tushar Kumar.
"In our constant endeavour to empower and motivate families to prioritise their health and lead fulfilling lives, we are building a simplified digitally enabled one-stop healthcare solution platform for our customers. Considering the increasing demand for OPD coverage in Insurance and ABHIC's objective to simplify the process for customer 's OPD needs, the cashless OPD model is set to grow manifold in coming days," said CEO, Aditya Birla Health Insurance, Mayank Bathwal.
"We found Medlife to be an apt partner in helping us achieve our objectives considering its strong spread across country, technology-enabled systems and capabilities in the pharmacy business. This partnership will help ABHIC in strengthening its provider network and reach its multi-geographical customers faster," Bathwal added.