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Is it now time for the health insurers to be the 'care management' experts? Joanne Buckle and Neha Taneja of Milliman explore this.
The ABI has produced a consumer guide to inform and reassure consumers about how insurers use data.
Vitality has promised to provide ‘more clarity' around an app after Big Brother Watch voiced concerns over data sharing.
Centralisation at multinationals is not being reflected in their employee benefits offerings, with local stakeholders still dominating decision making, a survey for Aon has found.
Ellipse has announced changes to its online services, including a simplification of travel requirements when getting online quotes.
Compensation claims for data breaches can now be made regardless of whether or not financial loss occurred, law firm Moore Blatch has warned following a recent ruling.
An online programme used to predict suitable treatments for breast cancer has underestimated the death rate of women under 40 from the disease by 25%, a study has found.
Collective claims data to the end of 2013 has now been added to the Finance & Technology Research Centre (F&TRC)'s research platform.
The CEO of Cirencester Friendly has said that a statistic of claims paid on its own ‘doesn't mean very much'.
NHS England has announced eleven centres which will deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project, aimed at improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of certain diseases.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has said the insurance industry ‘fully supports' the findings of the HSCIC Partridge review in safeguarding the use of medical data.
The proportion of pure protection advised sales has risen to 91% but standalone critical illness has declined significantly, FSA data has reported.
Bright Grey and Scottish Provident have warned that insurers could be "shooting themselves in the foot" by changing the way they request medical evidence from GPs.
HSBC subsidiaries have been fined a total of £3m for failing to protect their customers' personal data.