A study of awareness preference and effectiveness of health insurance policy in India

November 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Nov2010, p94
Trade Publication
An excerpt from a study by Mangalore University College professor C. K. Hebbar and Manipal University lecturer Sandeep S. Shenoy of awareness, preference and effectiveness of health insurance policy of general insurance company in India is presented.


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