Bupa has launched Additional Health to help meet the cost of items unavailable on the NHS. It is ai...
Bupa has launched Additional Health to help meet the cost of items unavailable on the NHS.
It is aimed at individual and corporate clients and is designed to help more employers promote health and wellbeing in the workplace.
It offers 100% cashback on prescriptions and includes a helpline service.
A plan for a family of four people starts at £6.70 a week on level two cover.
The average British household spends around £1,200 a year on "core" health services such as dental, optical and chiropody treatment, according to a recent study by Reform.
The news that the ABI and British Medical Association (BMA) agreement on GP report (GPR) fees has broken down will usher in a period of uncertainty.
Lack of innovation investment in the UK insurance market has been highlighted by recognition of RGA's work in the US.
Protection business in 2012 and 2013 will be affected by events this year and some fundamental changes to the way customers policies are priced into the next. Richard Verdin explains.
Employee assistance programmes are in the spotlight due to a schizophrenic approach by government. But as Sue Weir points out, they are backed by solid research.
How will people buy insurance in future? Greg Becker visits the US for developments in online distribution.