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RHB Insurance First Insurance Firm To Offer Wellness Incentive Programme
Last update: 18/09/2017

CEO & Managing Director of RHB Insurance Kong Shu Yin (left) exchanging document with CEO and Founder of BookDoc Datuk Chevy Beh

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 (Bernama) -- RHB Insurance Bhd, in collaboration with healthcare online application platform,† BookDoc, has become the country's first general insurance company to offer the wellness incentive programme to its customers via 'RHB Insurance Live Activ Programme'.

BookDoc Founder/Chief Executive Officer,†Datuk Chevy Beh, said the†healthcare services for RHB customers through the application was one-step closer to provide easy access healthcare through a mobile platform programme.

"Say, if you are on holiday†with you family in Hong Kong, you can access medical treatment in those countries by using the app," Beh said.

Beh said this at the signing†ceremony between BookDoc and RHB†here today.

He said healthcare services for RHB Insurance customers through the application was†one-step closer to provide easy access healthcare through a mobile platform programme.††

Meanwhile, RHB Insurance CEO, Kong Shu Yin, said the company hoped†to instill the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and encourage its customers to take greater responsibility of the own health.

"Over the past 40 years, we have been innovating products and solutions ensuring people from all walks of life against unforeseen events, thus promoting health and wellness is certainly our top agenda," he said.†



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