• Brief Profile


    Mr Deepak Mendiratta is an insurance professional with expertise in the field of Health Insurance. He specialises in new product development and establishing systems and processes using optimum technology. Currently he is associated with Max Healthcare Institute Ltd. and is heading their Health Plans and Health Insurance related issues for all their hospitals. In an earlier role, Mr. Mendiratta was responsible for establishing and heading a third party administrator with pan India operation in the automobile industry focused on mechanical breakdown insurance. His areas of interest are policy formulation and product development in private and social health insurance. He has been trained in UK and holds a Masters degree in Business Administration.

Questions Answered by me

While all insurance covers differ in some basic form or the other, you can take a look at the newly introduced Reliance Healthwise Policy. It has...

Answered on : 30 Mar 2007

I am assuming that you are in India / Indian Resident. Typically, health insurance does not cover pre existing diseases, but of late certain...

Answered on : 01 Mar 2007

On a stand alone basis, I am not aware if such benefits, typical referred to as OPD cover, is available from any insurance company in India. But...

Answered on : 01 Mar 2007

The reason why you want to take a medical insurance cover for pregnancy is obvious where in you are planning to have your expenses covered for a...

Answered on : 23 Jan 2007

There aren't any dental insurance plans currently available in India on a stand-alone basis. Insurance companies provide dental care benefits in...

Answered on : 22 Jan 2007

There have been products in the past that were disease / organ specific and were sold especially with joint participation with single specialty...

Answered on : 04 Jan 2007

The ICICI policy is good for diabetics though not the ultimate answer, you can expect more variations to come in due course of time in the...

Answered on : 15 Dec 2006

Once having been detected with an ailment, no insurance cover will cover such a condition. Some policies recently introduced in the market do...

Answered on : 25 Oct 2006

Maternity cover benefit is available for up to two living children. You should know that a individual mediclaim policy doesn't cover medical...

Answered on : 09 Oct 2006

While you haven't mentioned, I assume you are taking a life insurance policy rather than a health insurance policy. Elevated lipid profile...

Answered on : 30 Sep 2006
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