April 8, 2011

UPDATES: AIA Excelcare Plus and Medicare Plus Medical Card Schedule of Benefits and Premium Table

Below is the schedule of benefits and premium table for AIA Excelcare Plus(ECP) and Medicare Plus(MCP) medical plan. MCP basically extends the benefits of ECP medical plan by having larger coverage/allowance for kidney dialysis, cancer treatment, daily cash allowance at general hospital, daily guardian benefits, emergency accidental outpatient treatment, and emergency evacuation benefit. The additional benefit for MCP if compared to just ECP only is the coverage for home nursing care.

ECP and MCP medical plans now cover the package for the whole family, insured & spouse only, male insured and children only, and female insured and children only. The schedule of benefits for ECP and MCP medical plans for family related packages are the same as normal single person package, but the premium charged will be different as listed below.

The following information is valid as of today.

Updates: Added ECP premium tables for male, female and family related medical plans and also added ECP and MCP premium tables for family related plans.




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Excelcare Plus (ECP) Schedule of Benefits

AIA Excelcare Plus Schedule of Benefits
Excelcare Plus (ECP) and Medicare Plus (MCP) Schedule of Benefits

AIA ExcelcarePlus & Medicare Plus Schedule of Benefits

ECP Premium Table for Male

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Male

ECP Premium Table for Female

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Female

ECP Premium Table for Family

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Family

ECP Premium Table for Male Insured & Children

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Male & Children

ECP Premium Table for Female Insured and Children

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Female & Children

ECP Premium for Insured & Spouse

AIA Excelcare Plus Premium Table for Insured & Spouse

ECP and MCP Premium Table for Male

AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Male
ECP and MCP Premium Table for Family

ECP and MCP Premium Table for Female
AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Female

AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Family

ECP and MCP Premium Table for Male Insured & Children

AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Male & Children

ECP and MCP Premium Table for Female Insured & Children
AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Female & Children

ECP and MCP Premium for Insured & Spouse
AIA Excelcare Plus & Medicare Plus Premium Table for Insured & Spouse

To view the comparison of this medical plan with other leading medical cards in the market, please visit this article.

Disclaimer: The information published is for your reference only. Please refer to your insurance agent for the most up to date information.


13 comments:

Raph said...

hi,

are u an agent, if not how do u get the MCP table, because that table is come from MEMO which are not disclosed to public.

jutamind said...

no, i'm not an agent.

i dont see why these info should not be published for consumer's benefits.

if you compare the schedule of benefits, most insurance companies have quite similar package. but when you look into the details in the premium table, then you can differentiate which insurance has the cheaper cost in the short and long term.

i find a lot of general insurance companies that disclose the premium table for most insurance products, but not life insurance companies. i personally find such behaviour irresponsible and trying to deceive the consumers.

just my opinon. thanks.

Raph said...

no i mean, that mcp table is from MEMO, not from brochure. If from brochure i understand.

but from memo, only circulated between agency force and usually before product launched.

So thats why i wonder where you get that table.

jutamind said...

i found them in the net quite some time back. not sure whether they are still available.

Nat said...

I found your info helpful and you are right, to get more info is to contact an agent. The only reason the life insurance tables are not published are due to the fact that the agents work on sales quotes, sometimes this quotes are updated on a monthly/occasional basis and the info you will have will no longer be valid. General insurance changes on the other hand has to be sanctioned by bank negara first. That is why.

jutamind said...

Thanks for the feedback. Yes, you are right to point out that since i'm not an agent, my info on my blog might be outdated. But, as long as the agent/consumers out there point out to me whenever a new coverage is announced, i will try my best to get these info and updates them accordingly.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I would like to know whether the AIA medical card for standalone and ILP is guaranteed renewable? Tq for any help. Very much appreciated.

jutamind said...

Hi,

Sorry for the late reply.

As far as i know, both standalone and ILP medical card from AIA are guaranteed renewal, subject to the standard clause.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jutamind
great job on the informative news!!
Thanks!
Just curious as i see in the ECP+MCP table, the brochure mentions after 65 for renewal only....
is it after age 65 ECP+MCP is no longer on guaranteed renewal basis??

jutamind said...

i think what it meant is you cannot buy the policy once you hit age 65. you can buy it at age 64 or before, and the policy will be auto renewed after age 65, until death or termination at your own will.

dennisdlky said...

Hi, thanks for the info...
Is AIA medical card without co-insurance?
What are the benefits?
thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi, do you have the latest premium table and benefit schedule from AIA? Tried to get it from my agent, but was told that it is not available:-(

Anonymous said...

that's plan changed to a-medik bro....its old name....

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