How to deliver adequate cancer care will be at the forefront of this year's Association of Medical I...
How to deliver adequate cancer care will be at the forefront of this year's Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries (AMII) conference. Dr Doug Wright, head of clinical services at Norwich Union Healthcare, will deliver a session on how to deal with the changing landscape of cancer.
Other speakers include Shaun Matisonn, chief executive of PruProtection; Jack Briggs, sales and marketing director at BCWA; Colin Matson, director of distribution for group insurance at Canada Life; and Ed Watling, sales manager at Bupa International.The conference will focus on the exhibition rather than delivering a day of speeches after intermediaries told the association that meeting exhibitors and learning about the latest products were the key reasons for their attendance.
The conference and dinner will take place at the Hinckley Island Hotel near Coventry on 18 June and are open to both AMII members and non-members.
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