Assura health insurance

Assura - Premium development

Age group

Premium calculation is based on a deductible rate of CHF 300 (deductible rate of CHF 0 in case of children) with inclusion of accidents. When selecting a canton, premium region 1 will be displayed. Not all insurances are on offer in every canton. Where a specific insurance is not available, the premium development view will remain empty.

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Customer satisfaction and experience with Assura

Competence and helpfulness of employees
Statements (clarity, prompt payment, goodwill etc.)
Clarity and comprehensibility of customer information
In 2019, conducted a representative survey on customer satisfaction with the Swiss health insurance companies in collaboration with the market research institution, «Intervista». A total of more than 2800 persons from all linguistic regions of Switzerland were surveyed. They rated the competence and commitment of the insurance employees, their satisfaction with the invoicing process, and the comprehensibility of customer information.
  • Mark 6.0 – 5.5: excellent
  • Mark 5.4 – 5.0: good
  • Mark 4.9 – 4.5: satisfactory
  • Mark 4.4 – 4.0: adequate
  • Mark 3.9 – 1.0: inadequate
All answers from one respondent about a provider are taken to calculate the total rating from the same respondent. A provider's final rating corresponds to the rounded mean value of all these total ratings. The final ratings as given by are based on the Swiss school grading system.

Assura - efficiency of administration

Administrative costs
6.1% of premiums

Collection of data 11/2020

When is a health insurance company efficient?
Health insurance companies are considered efficient
if their administrative costs are less than 4.2% of premiums.

Assura – company details

Reserves of the health insurer Assura
Number of policyholders
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Number of policyholders
Average number of policyholders in the previous year (basic insurance only).
Reserves in millions of CHF
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Reserves in millions of CHF
Including reserves for optional daily benefits insurance.
Minimum reserves in millions of CHF
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Minimum reserves in millions of CHF
Since 2012, the minimum amount of reserves has been determined based on a model that takes the insurance companies' individual risks into account (Health Insurance Act (KVG) solvency test, cf. Art. 78ff Health Insurance Ordinance (KVV)). Insurance companies whose reserves are below the minimum amount (solvency ratio < 100%) are subject to the old reserve requirements until 2016.
Solvency ratio
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Solvency ratio
The solvency ratio indicates the ratio between the existing reserves and the minimum amount.
151.0% displays the supervision data published by the FOPH. does not guarantee the accuracy of the data. Last updated: 22.09.2020

Good to know about Assura

Assura was founded in Western Switzerland in 1978. The executive board and the first branch office were opened in Pully.

Benefits covered under basic insurance

The range of benefits covered by all health insurance companies is set out in the Health Insurance Act (KVG).

Changing to Assura

In mandatory basic insurance, a health insurance company can neither reject a policyholder nor only accept him/her with reservations. There is full freedom to change insurance and every person may buy insurance from any health insurance company – independent of their age or health condition.

Offerings from Assura

Assura accepts policyholders from all over Switzerland for mandatory basic insurance (standard model). Additionally, Assura offers alternative insurance models for cost-conscious policyholders – however, not the whole range is available everywhere in Switzerland. To find out if Assura offers an alternative model at your place of residence, we recommend comparing premiums.

How to contact Assura

Assura-Basis SA
Avenue C.-F. Ramuz 70
1009 Pully
Tel. 0842 277 872

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