New India Assurance GM reveals why they scrapped extra premium for diabetes, hypertension patients

New India Assurance – a state run insurance company, has decided to do away with the extra charges it levies on insured people with pre-existing conditions like diabetes and hypertension. With this news taking a number of people aback, we decided to ask Segar Sampath Kumar, General Manager and transparency officer of the company about the move and how it will affect people insured under its health insurance scheme. Here are excerpts from the interview:

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