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Chase Templeton has secured its biggest deal under its buy and build strategy with the acquisition of Atlas Consulting Group in a deal worth £13.8m annual premium income.
Bupa UK has launched an entry-level insurance product, Bupa Fundamental Health Insurance, to meet the demand for affordable Private Medical Insurance (PMI).
Exeter Family Friendly have revealed they will offer two months of free cover across their range of private medical insurance products.
As private medical insurers announce high-profile consolidations, Fiona Murphy looks at whether this restricts choice or offers a better deal for advisers and consumers.
Cash plan provider Health Shield has revealed it paid 446,268 claims in 2014 representing 97.4% of all claims made during the year.
AXA PPP healthcare has reached an agreement with The Permanent Health Company Ltd (PHC) to acquire its private medical insurance (PMI) business, subject to regulatory approval.
Bristol-based insurer April UK reported strong PMI growth in January and February of this year. Here, Sarah Buck, its chief executive, reveals the reasons for this growth
Cigna has named Javier Cano as managing director of its Global Health Benefits business in Europe.
In the third and final part of analysis, Richard Walsh discusses the Liberal Democrat, Green Party and UKIP manifestos on health and welfare in the wake of last night's party leader debate.
In the second part of a series on the major political parties' manifestos, Richard Walsh analyses the Conservative's health and welfare plans - and what this means for insurance.
COVER investigates the trend for insurers to launch virtual private GP access and asks whether this could be the game changer that PMI has been looking for.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has been forced to admit it got the biggest outcome of its inquiry into the private healthcare market wrong, An exclusive report from COVER sister title WSB has revealed.
Simpyhealth and Heart Research UK have funded a two year research project into the link between dental and heart health, which is being presented at the American Heart Association annual meeting in Chicago.
NHS England has announced that changes to the Cancer Drugs Fund will go ahead and they will evaluate the ‘cost effectiveness' of medicines available through the Fund for the first time.
Research into a blood test for many types of cancer has found over 800 markers in cancer patients' blood which could lead to early diagnosis, delegates heard at a conference.
Standard wellness checks are not providing sufficient detail to give patients a thorough understanding of their state of health according to the European Scanning Centre.
Changes to health and welfare insurance in Scotland have been recommended by a think-tank following Scotland's No Vote in yesterday's referendum.
Who runs a hospital or surgery does not matter to 62% of the public, provided that everyone has access to healthcare, a survey has found.
AXA PPP healthcare is writing to specialists to invite them to sign a contract that will confer 'fee approved specialist' status to secure quality, cost effective treatment for private medical insurance scheme members.
Group critical illness is experiencing a positive period of steady growth. Fiona Murphy takes a closer look at the market.
PruHealth and PruProtect have signed three year agreements with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City to order to raise awareness of Vitality - the insurer's healthy living rewards programme.