Total £7.5m claims for a variety of medical procedures
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This amounts to up to 40,000 unregulated plan sales a year
AIG Life will be sole provider of British Seniors life insurance as part of three-year partnership
Survey of over-50s finds £55,000 a year to be ideal annual income from age 65 onwards, however the average pension pot is only £50,000 in total
Compulsion for all providers and distributors to be regulated by FPA and minimum solvency among proposals
£20 to £100-a-month premiums to cover funeral costs, clear debt and leave money to family
UK economy loses £105m every year due to oral health-related sick days
He had been battling with cancer since late last year
Seven in 10 UK adults believe people should have freedom of choice
"Industry prepared to distance itself from third party providers," says Golden Charter CEO
Traditional Funeral Plan rated five stars by Fairer Finance
State-of-the-art specialist health centre backed by cash plan provider
Insurers should leave funeral planning to the experts, says Avalon CEO Paul Wilson
Sales figures show record-breaking year for cash plan provider
Stackhouse Poland expands healthcare and protection division with take over.
Healthcare cash plan provider Medicash is supporting the world renowned St. Paul's Eye Unit in its mission to transform the future diagnosis and treatment of eye disease.
MediCheque Cash Plans Limited has launched a new website to promote its medical recovery insurance policies targeted at the UK employee benefit marketplace.
Health Shield has announced that it will absorb the impact of the increase in the insurance premium tax (IPT) for members until the end of 2016.
WHCA is now Orchard Healthcare, with a new website being launched along with the rebrand of the Worcester based cashplan provider.
Westfield Health has donated £250,000 to the fundraising appeal to build a new helipad at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital.
The changes the NHS needs to make over the next five years could see changes to the way cashplans operate, a Simplyhealth white paper has said.
Health Shield saw its premium income rise to £29m in 2014, the highest in the cashplan provider's 138 year history, its annual results have revealed.
Mike Wagg, head of intermediary sales at Simplyhealth notes the huge growth in Cash Plan sales during the recession and asks if growth could be even higher in the good years to come.