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Avivo Group launches easy payment plan for medical treatment.

Summary: Tie-ups with UAE banks to provide more economical way of payment

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The easy payment plan will provide easy access to care for those who are not able to meet their medical expenses for numerous medical treatments. (Reuters file)

Avivo Group, one of the fastest growing healthcare service providers in the GCC, has introduced an easy payment plan in the UAE with zero per cent interest rate for those who are in need of financial support with the up-front lump sum payment for medical treatment.

"I believe the easy payment plan (EPP) will provide easy access to care for those who are not able to meet their medical expenses for numerous medical treatments, which are not covered under health insurance," Dr Dilshaad Ali, chief executive officer, Avivo Group, said.

"Since our motto is 'a bond of care', we are not only providing premium quality healthcare services, but also taking care of our client's medical expenses with smart solutions," he said.

Dr Ali said there is a long list of exclusions with all health insurance plans. "For example, dental treatments, preventive screening tests, alternative medicine, weight reduction surgery, cosmetic surgery, IVF and in-patient medical services, etc. are not covered."

Amit Agrawal, chief financial officer of Avivo Group, said the EPP plan enables "our clients to pay their medical bills" in easy installments through credit cards from selected banks over a period of up to 3 to 6 months without incurring bank interests.

"We have currently tied-up with some of the leading banks in the UAE to provide our customers the most economical way for the payment."

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