- The plan
provides first-in-market coverage across all stages of re-diagnosed cancer
or recurrent heart attack or stroke.
- AXA is the only insurer in the market to offer a
diabetes management programme to its customers, reinforcing its commitment to
be a long-term empowering partner to its customers.
SINGAPORE – Media OutReach –
27 November 2019 – AXA
Insurance today announced the launch of AXA Super
CritiCare, a critical
illness plan designed to provide all-rounded protection including multiple
payouts for early, intermediate and advanced stage critical illnesses up to a
total of 600% of the coverage amount, as well as support for customers to take
control of their health and well-being with a diabetes management programme,
which is the only such offering provided by an insurer.
“We are privileged
to live in an age where thanks to medical advancements, it is possible to
recover from critical illnesses. But many of us are also aware that the
possibility of recurring critical illness or being diagnosed with more than one
critical illness is very real,” said Sean Goh, Managing Director, Life, AXA
“With AXA Super
CritiCare, customers can make claims for more than one type of critical illness
regardless of the stage of the condition. We want our customers to be able to
focus on recovery, without having to worry about the financial impact of a
critical illness when it strikes.”
AXA Super CritiCare
is the first plan in the market to offer coverage across all stages of
re-diagnosed cancer or recurrent heart attack or stroke. Customers will receive
up to 100% of the coverage amount for each claim, not only at the advanced
stage of a relapse which is typical of many critical illness plans, but also
upon the early and intermediate stage of a relapse.
On top of financial
protection, the plan also aims to help customers who are diagnosed with
diabetes with critical illness prevention through a complimentary Diabetes Care
Programme. Poor control of diabetes can lead to serious complications and the
disease is often associated with other conditions, like high blood pressure and
high cholesterol, that increase the likelihood of critical illnesses.
diabetes is a serious and growing health concern, with the number of diabetics
in Singapore expected to more than double from 440,000 in 2014
to one million by 2050,
we want to contribute to the collective fight against this disease by
advocating better diabetes management with our programme. With a well-controlled
diabetes condition, we can help our customers reduce their risk of developing
health complications that may lead to serious critical illnesses that can
endanger their lives. This is in line with our commitment to be a long-term
partner to our customers, by empowering them to take control of their health so
they can live a better life,” added Goh.
The Diabetes Care
Programme, worth S$2,500 a year, provides support in controlling the condition
through a 12-month personalised wellness programme to manage diabetes
conditions upon diagnosis of diabetes, and can be renewed yearly if one’s
condition persists. It comprises six components: personalised consultations,
dietary counselling with individualised nutritional plans, a fitness programme,
eye screening, foot screening and annual lab tests.
According to the AXA
Better Life 2019 study, three in five Singaporeans are not financially prepared
for critical illness in the family,
with one in two attributing it to a lack of disposable income to save. AXA seeks
to address this concern with AXA Super CritiCare, which is one of the most
affordable plans in the market. It can be purchased as a standalone plan or a
rider attached to selected plans with premiums starting from as low as S$3a
To eliminate possible
disruptions to their critical illness coverage, customers can also choose to
enhance their AXA Super CritiCare plan with optional riders to waive future
premiums if they or their loved ones face unfortunate events such as a
diagnosis of early to advanced stage critical illnesses, or involuntary loss of
Building on its partnership
with the Singapore Cancer Society (SCS) and commitment to support critical
illness awareness and prevention, AXA will be donating $10 to SCS for every AXA
Super CritiCare policy sold. This is an extension of its on-going donation of
$10 for every AXA CritiCare for Her and Him policy sold.
For more information
on AXA Super CritiCare, please visit axa.com.sg/life-insurance/axasupercriticare.
AXA Better Life Index 2019
 Premium is based on the profile of a 30 year old
female, non-smoker, for a Sum Assured of S$100,000, Policy Term to age 75 and
annual payment. Figure is rounded up to the nearest number.
ABOUT AXA INSURANCE
AXA Insurance is part of the AXA group, a worldwide leader in insurance
and asset management with 171,000 employees serving 105 million clients in 61
countries. Present in Singapore since 1969, AXA Insurance has been serving the
general and life insurance needs of individuals and companies in Singapore
through a wide range of innovative products. As one of the top global insurers
in Singapore, AXA Insurance protects more than a third of a million customers
in Singapore. As a company whose business is about protecting people, AXA
Insurance is committed to building a stronger and safer society by empowering
customers to live better lives.
For more information, please visit www.axa.com.sg.