Has doubled in nine months
Follows feedback from intermediaries
'Not necessarily bad news' - AMII
Private medical insurance (PMI) advisers have questioned whether VitalityHealth's change to its pricing strategy will adversely affect customers.
COVER Magazine has now moved to a new website.
Bupa has become the second insurer to give further clarity about its complaints levels, suggesting providers may want further details to be published by the Ombudsman to put figures into a wider context.
Cigna is set to extend its coverage of mental health conditions across the entire product range.
The ABI has published a guide for people considering buying private medical insurance (PMI).
It is clear that medical inflation is having consequences, but what is causing it and what is to be done? Mike Izzard investigates.
Any move abroad by Prudential is "unlikely" to affect either PruProtect or PruHealth, COVER understands.
Avelo has launched a private medical insurance (PMI) service for advisers to compare health insurance contracts from eleven providers.
AXA PPP International has introduced a new support service for expat members of its health insurance schemes - ‘MyGlobe'.
Young adults are just as aware of the need to protect their income and health as their elder peers, but fall behind when it comes to life insurance and critical illness (CI).
William Russell Global Health, Life and Income Protection insurance plans are now available in Abu Dhabi.
Two more cancer drugs have been provisionally banned for NHS after it was decided they were too expensive for the potential results.
The Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries (AMII) has secured chair of the Health Select Committee, Stephen Dorrell MP as key speaker at its private healthcare summit.
Jelf has warned that many of the key recommendations of the Sickness Absence Review are unlikely to ever be realised and called its decision to ignore income protection (IP) as ‘madness'.
InterGlobal is to sponsor the International Air Ambulance Alliance (IAAA), a network committed to raising the professional standards of fixed-wing air ambulance providers.
The British Medical Association (BMA) has called for the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to extend its private healthcare market review to include insurers' fee schedules.
Medical insurance brokers have branded Defacto's new private medical insurance (PMI) star ratings as ‘highly dangerous and not in the best interest of customers'.
Axa PPP has extended its cancer coverage to include the clinically effective prostate cancer drug rejected for the NHS because it is too expensive.
Cancer charities have slammed the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence's (Nice) decision to reject a drug that prolongs the life of prostate cancer suffers for being too expensive.
Defaqto has released its Star Ratings for private medical insurance (PMI) for the first time.