AXA PPP International adds cover for chronic conditions


AXA PPP International has introduced cover for chronic conditions to its top two medical insurance plans.

From now the health insurer's International Health Plan ‘Comprehensive' and ‘Prestige' options will cover the costs of routine specialist consultations and diagnostic tests carried out to monitor and control chronic conditions such as asthma, raised blood pressure and diabetes. The international insurer has also introduced cover for prostheses - including spinal support and knee braces - following eligible treatment received under its ‘Standard', ‘Comprehensive' and ‘Prestige' options.

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