What does Vitana cover?
- Women aged between 16 and 45
- In first 23 weeks of pregnancy
- No history of gestational diabetes
- Not currently diabetic
- A valid NRIC or FIN
Minutes to Buy
With a $20 discount code
Just $79 before the 24th week of your pregnancy, to get
gestational diabetes protection.
The whole process takes just
$500 automatic payout if you test positive for gestational diabetes,
no need to tell us.
$2000 coverage for related complications during childbirth.
With your consent, we use proprietary technology to automatically check your eligibility and pay out claims -
- while ensuring absolute privacy for your personal and sensitive health data.
Get a FREE
Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT*)
Upon purchase of Vitana Gestational Diabetes Cover
*Only at participating providers and clinics.
For more details, visit our participating clinics today!
We use the latest technology to create a proactive approach to cover. Our smart blockchain-enabled insurance system will know as soon as you're eligible for a claim, and automatically issues you a payout.
The Vitana app also sits on your phone and underwrites on your device, keeping your personal and sensitive health data private and secure.
The Gestational Diabetes Plan is Vitana’s first product. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at +65 93897076 for more information.
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Through its focus on building new products and services grounded in technology and data, it aims to help people achieve richer and more fulfilling lives.
The policy owner may wish to seek advice from an A&H insurance intermediary before purchasing the policy. In the event that the policy owner chooses not to seek advice from an A&H insurance intermediary, he (or in this case, 'she') should consider whether the type of policy in question is suitable for him (in this case, 'her')