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Singlife and iAPPS Health launch exclusive group plan

The plan is open for individuals aged 18 to 70 years old.

Singapore-headquartered Singlife and fin-medtech iAPPS Health Group unveiled an exclusive group insurance plan called iSure, which will incentivise individuals to proactively manage health and well-being.

Developed with Swiss Re and underwritten by Singlife, it's complimentary for those signing up for iHG's health screening packages. Key benefits include:

  • Reduced costs on proactive health management: 50% fee refund (capped at S$1,000) for the Health Optimisation (HOPE) Programme on iHG's '1doc' medical platform.
  • Major cancer cover: 100% sum assured payout upon a major cancer diagnosis.
  • Basic death benefit: S$500 payout upon death from any cause.

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iSure, underwritten by Singlife and with iHG Sure as the master policyholder, offers coverage for individuals aged 18 to 70 years old, with a coverage term of one year and specific waiting and survival periods for major cancer coverage.

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