The great income protection v mental health impasse

Lessons for income protection

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“This is a rapidly growing epidemic that needs addressing” - Alea Risk's Andrew Wibberly
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“This is a rapidly growing epidemic that needs addressing” - Alea Risk's Andrew Wibberly

As Mental Health Awareness Week starts, Suzanne Clarkson explores what the individual income protection (IP) market can learn from their group counterparts when it comes to supporting people with mental health issues

The group income protection (IP) market seems to be making good progress on mental health (MH). It is paying claims for MH and ensuring access to early intervention services to ensure people get...

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