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Health Insurance Policy: Policy Holder Awareness and Satisfaction

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In present situation Health protection arrangement is currently rising as an instrument to oversee people groups budgetary requirements towards their wellbeing administrations. Presently multi day, quantities of medical coverage strategies are accessible in the market and those approaches giving money related advantages to the individual and the whole relatives. Present research paper celebrating that approach holders mindfulness and fulfillment levels towards medical coverage. The purpose of the present study was to find out the awareness level of policy holders, followed by the influence of health insurance policy factors, satisfaction levels of holder and problem faced by the policy holders by the health insurance policies in selected area i.e. Hyderabad city. The study reported responses of 183 policy holders from Hyderabad city. The Convenience sampling method was adopted in the collection of data from individual Health policy holder responses and tested by ANOVA test used to help of the SPSS 20.0 Version. The results indicated that there was a strong impact of HIP on demographic factors, followed by HIP factors influence having greater influence on policyholders, finally policyholders having satisfaction towards HIP, even they faced little bit problems towards HIP. Accordingly, through Policy holders opinions, HIP companies should concentrate on the problems of the HIP, and they should create best satisfaction levels to policy holders for giving best competition to competitors in the market.
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220-235
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  • Department of Business Management, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telanagna, India
  • Department of Business Management, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telanagna, India
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