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Medicash has launched a new corporate health cash plan including unlimited NHS Cover, access to Best Doctors and direct payment of PMI excesses.
Universal Provident has launched a new combined protection and health insurance product aimed at customers forced to reduce their cover limits.
Protection complaints continued to rise during the year and have already breached last year's totals in some product areas.
Simplyhealth has bought dental cash plan provider Denplan from Axa for £115m.
Bupa has introduced its first consumer dental insurance product.
Cash plans are increasingly used in place of private medical insurance excess. Howard Hughes assesses the sustainability of this pricing model
Simplyhealth has produced guidance for employers about the tax implications of providing health benefits to staff.
Westfield Health has updated its Westfield Flex Healthcare Plan with new benefits and increased benefit amounts.
Jelf has warned that the private health insurance and employee benefits sector will be "no place for the faint hearted" next year.
The NHS could save up to £1.7bn a year if hospitals and Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) treated more patients in the home, according to a new report.
Fraud is becoming a key target for the health insurance industry as it bids to stem the continued growth in medical inflation.
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The sickness absence review is expected to call for a government funded panel to judge people's ability to work, taking the responsibility away from doctors.
Simplyhealth believes the NHS is crumbling and now is the best chance to change the structure of the country's healthcare system in the last 50 years.
The Permanent Health Company (PHC) has sought to reassure advisers' and quell concerns that its new five year underwriting deal with Axa PPP will eventually result in a takeover.
Westfield Health has reported sales growth of 29% increasing market share to 13.5%, in its annual results for 2010/11.
Axa PPP has taken over all underwriting of Permanent Health Company's private medical insurance (PMI) and dental products.
The government has been ordered to publish a report it attempted to keep secret that details the risks of its NHS reforms.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) has banned another breast cancer drug from routine NHS use.
So the employee health risk assessment is in place, but are you measuring what you think you are? Dr Peter Mills explains the pitfalls
The vast majority of consumers are only prepared to pay less than £5 per week for income protection (IP) with almost a third not willing to pay anything, new research has revealed.
MPs have demanded that the new public health body for England must be independent of government while saying nudges to encourage better personal health will not work.
Paycare has launched a new healthcare benefit cash plan for employers to offer their staff.