Muscat Life, Nextcare in insurance pact
Muscat, February 20, 2010
Muscat Life Assurance, Oman’s only stand-alone national life insurer has appointed Nextcare, health insurance services provider, as its third party administrator (TPA).
With this arrangement, Muscat Life delegates its medical claims administration and settlements to a third party in order to provide a first class local settlement service to its clients.
Muscat Life Assurance held two seminars in Muscat and Sohar for its network of hospitals and clinics throughout Oman to announce improvements in its range of health insurance products and services.
“Muscat Life plans to become Oman’s premier life and health insurer in the coming years,” says Shaun McCarthy, general manager, Muscat Life Assurance Company.
“The demand from both citizens and expatriates for affordable, quality private health insurance is increasing exponentially and the market is undergoing rapid growth,” he added.
McCarthy continued: “We are confident that Nextcare will enable Muscat Life Assurance to deliver a higher level of service to our healthcare partners and insured customers and we look forward to delivering best quality health insurance services in Oman.”
Christian Gregorowicz, CEO, Nextcare, said: “As the UAE’s largest medical claims administrator and part of the Allianz Group, one of the world’s largest financial services companies, we are delighted to partner with Muscat Life and to have opened an office in Muscat and are committed to Oman’s growing healthcare market.”
“We are very excited about the growth prospects for the market here and look forward to setting a new benchmark for fast, efficient and professional claims administration and management,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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