Before we start comparing these two policies we have to set out some ground rules.

For starters, both policies, ReAssure and ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ are marketed by the same insurance company. So in some ways, a lot of the differences within the product will be limited to the features themselves.

Second, we know that both products are reasonably comprehensive. They do the basics quite well, but they won’t have all the bells and whistles (Think extensive coverage for international, dental, maternity and other such matters). So if you are looking for something else entirely, then both these policies may not cut it.

And finally, any comparison is ultimately futile without considering the use case. Who are you buying this policy for? You, your family, your parents?

That’s something you’ll need to answer before using this guide. So with that introduction out of the way, we can get to comparing the actual policies themselves.

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Network hospitals9,100+9,100+
Claim settlement ratio

(avg. of last 3 years)




Room rent

Any Room

Any Room

Disease sub-limit



Pre existing diseases waiting

3 years

3 years

Pre/Post hospitalization

60/180 days

60/180 days

No claim bonus

50% per year

(up to 100%)


Ayush treatments
Restoration benefit

100% restoration

(unlimited no. of times

for any illness)

100% restoration

(unlimited no. of times

for different illness)

Health check-up
Once every year
Out Patient Department
Day care

Feature Comparison


Co payment

With a co-payment clause, the insurer will mandate that you pay a part of the bill. So if the bill adds up to Rs. 2,00,000 and the co-payment is set at 20% then you could be asked to pay Rs. 40,000 from the bill. In this case, however, ReAssure has an optional co-payment clause, if you wish to do so. And ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ doesn’t impose a co-payment clause.


Room rent

If the policy does impose room rent restrictions then the insurer may only let you stay in a room of a certain specification or impose a cap on the total room rent. If you were to breach either criterion then the insurance company may ask you to pay a portion of all the expenses you incurred while staying in the room. In this case, however, ReAssure doesn’t impose any restrictions on the kind of room you can pick. And ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ also doesn’t impose any restrictions on this front. You can pick any room you want.


Sub limits

Some policies will tell you that they will cover all medical expenses up until the sum insured, but then impose caps on the total costs you can incur while dealing with a very specific list of diseases. We call these caps “Disease Wise Sub Limits.” In this case, neither ReAssure imposes disease-wise sub-limits nor does ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+


Waiting periods for pre-existing diseases

If you’re suffering from a lifestyle condition or if you’ve had surgery in the past, or if you’re dealing with an acute or chronic illness at the time of buying the policy, then the insurer may classify this as a pre-existing disease. And they may tell you that they will only cover these illnesses after some time. This cooling period is referred to as the Pre-existing-disease waiting period. In this case, ReAssure imposes a 3 year waiting period on pre-existing diseases and ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ will similarly tell you to wait 3 years before making a claim related to your pre-existing diseases


Pre and post Hospitalization expenses

Most people aren’t hospitalized right off the bat. Instead, they’ll have to go through a whole series of diagnostic tests before hospitalization and take medication post-discharge. These costs are outlined as pre-hospitalization expenses and post-hospitalization expenses respectively. In this case, ReAssure covers expenses incurred 60 days before hospitalization and expenses incurred 180 days post-hospitalization. Meanwhile, ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ covers expenses incurred 60 days before hospitalization and expenses incurred 180 after hospitalization, although there may be different sub-limits


No claim bonus

Some policies will tell you that they will incentivize you for not making a claim in any given year. And they offer such incentives by offering extra cover on top of the existing sum insured. This extra cover is categorized as a no-claim bonus. In this case, however, Both ReAssure and ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ offer a no-claim bonus but the bonus may be capped at different levels.



Imagine you are forced to treat yourself at home because you don’t find a hospital bed, or you have a chronic condition that prevents you from visiting one, then, insurers may choose to cover your treatment even if you’re hospitalized at home. And such costs are collectively categorized as domiciliary treatment costs. In this case, however, ReAssure offers domiciliary cover. And ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ also coves domiciliary expenses.


Ayush treatments

Most policies only cover treatments administered in a registered medical facility. However, on some occasions, you may want to pursue alternative treatments including homoeopathy, Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha. These treatments are collectively categorized as Ayush treatments. And in this case, ReAssure covers Ayush procedures and ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ also extends coverage for Ayush treatments.


Maternity benefits

If you’re hospitalized during childbirth, then you may have to incur significant costs during delivery of your newborn, child care and other related matters during the course of the hospitalization. These costs are collectively termed maternity costs. And in this case, neither ReAssure offers maternity cover nor does ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+.


Out Patient Department (OPD)

Doctor visits and regular consultations aren’t usually covered by health insurance policies. They are categorized as Outpatient consultations (or OPD treatments) and patients have to bear the cost on their own. In this case, however, neither ReAssure extends coverage for outpatient consultations, nor does ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+.

Final Conclusion

After considering all the features on hand, we believe that ReAssure 2.0 Platinum+ is a better alternative to ReAssure for most use cases that we’ve evaluated so far.

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