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Bangalore-based health-tech startup Clinikk launches all-inclusive health subscriptions

₹5 lakh cashless hospitalisation insurance cover for a monthly subscription fee of ₹500. The insurance cover has been curated specially for Clinikk members by an insurance partner. Clinikk, a Bengaluru-based health-tech start-up, launches its all-inclusive health subscriptions that aims to bring down the medical cost to zero by integrating health insurance with its comprehensive outpatient care delivery model.

With this subscription model, Clinikk subscribers can walk into any of Clinikk’s 18 primary care centres called Clinikk Health Hubs in Bengaluru (16) and Hyderabad (2) and avail unlimited medical care with ease. Clinikk offers an all-inclusive plan that offers families unlimited access to out-patient care as well as ₹5 lakh cashless hospitalisation insurance cover for a monthly subscription fee of ₹500. The insurance cover has been curated specially for Clinikk members by an insurance partner.

The subscription also offers Clinikk’s subscribers and their families round-the-clock support from their family doctors either virtually or through Clinikk’s tech-enabled care centres. Additionally, the subscribers are also eligible for free diagnostics and medicines prescribed by the doctors. Clinikk focuses on over 600 Million Indians who can neither afford private insurance nor are covered by a corporate plan but aspire for quality private care.

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