Bajaj Finserv Health collaborates with Narayana Health

The initiative aims at bringing cost-effective preventive care of the heart to a wider audience

Bajaj Finserv Health, a health-tech company from the Bajaj Finserv Group, has partnered with Narayana Health to offer preventive health checkup packages with a mission to avert the growing occurrence of cardiac cases in India. Narayana Health’s deep expertise in cardiac care for over two decades will play a critical role in scaling this collaboration.

The initiative aims at bringing cost-effective preventive care of the heart to a wider audience, leveraging Narayana Health’s vast experience in the field and Bajaj Finserv Health’s vast network and reach.

Beneficiaries can opt for the ‘Comprehensive Heart Screening’ package and repay with easy EMI. The booking of a heart health checkup can be made digitally by downloading and logging into the Bajaj Finserv Health App.
The App enables online bookings and offers the option of converting spending into EMIs, ahead of the visit to the Narayana Health chain of hospitals. These packages are customised as per gender-specific health needs. Benefits of this partnership can be availed across all Narayana Health Group Hospitals in Delhi, Bengaluru, Raipur, Kolkata, Gurugram and Ahmedabad.

Devang Mody, CEO, Bajaj Finserv Health said, “Heart disease can be prevented through timely action. Our affordable, preventive healthcare packages equip people to do their part by caring for the heart. The convenience of booking through an App and paying via EMIs puts such expensive tests within reach of a larger number of citizens.”

Dr Emmanuel Rupert, MD and Group CEO, Narayana Health, said, “Until two decades ago, cardiac cases were more common in people over the age of 50; however, it is now affecting young adults. With an increase in sedentary lifestyles and an increase in lifestyle disorders such as diabetes and hypertension, cases of cardiovascular disease are on the rise in India. In such a setting, making heart health packages accessible to a larger number of individuals is critical to reducing the country’s rising incidence of heart disease-related deaths.”

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