What effect will the release of FOS findings have on CI? Alan Lakey investigates.
Co-payments for the NHS have been mooted. Richard Walsh assesses the possible effects.
The current political and economic environment could see friendly societies returning to their roots. Neil Armitage is a believer.
New research documenting consumer pessimism over the future of the NHS highlights major opportunities for insurers, writes Chris Jones.
Stress levels among GPs have reached the highest peak since 1998, according to research commissioned by the Department of Health.
The corporate healthcare market is looking a bit peaky, but with a bit of goodwill it is sustainable, writes Elliott Hurst.
A new study has been launched to discover the best way to use doctor's fit notes using the perspectives of employers, GPs and patients.
Sick pay can be a confusing notion for employers and employees alike. Hannah Uttley explores staff coverage.
As the NHS undergoes huge upheaval and with challenging demographics,future universal access to healthcare looks uncertain. Paul Shires examines the role of cashplans in maintaining healthcare provision.
Nicola Culley examines recently launched individual critical illness plans that typify both poles of the market.
Babies and young children are facing serious delays in receiving life-saving treatment because symptoms are being missed by frontline health professionals, Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) figures have shown.
Mental health is now the biggest cause of claim in group risk markets. Katharine Moxham outlines the scale of the problem.
Sorry to start the new year of on a cynical note but... Just before Christmas the NHS Commissioning Board (the central body which sets standards for the NHS) published a series of documents.
Britons have been delaying going GP visits despite noticing something unusual, AXA PPP healthcare has reported.
Aviva has added benefits and options to its individual private health insurance cover.
People with depression could go without sufficient healthcare due to a lack of spending on mental health services, research has suggested.
The Gender Directive is creating a fluid situation in protection markets, with insurers only just coming to conclusions. Andy Milburn outlines the state of play so far.
Health Shield will launch a round-the-clock GP helpline and paperless system next year as part of its product development drive.
Doctors have condemned cuts and rationed NHS services at the British Medical Association's annual conference today.
GP practices will be given a mark out of ten by patients through a new government initiative.
Technology and demographics are increasingly making telehealthcare a reality for the insurance and long-term care industries. Simon Arnold looks to the near future.
Imminent legislation is going affect the amount of critical illness cover people get for their cash. Mark Jones looks at the EU Gender Directive
Subject access requests might seem a panacea to an industry inundated with GP reports. But there are side-effects for everyone in the chain, writes Chris Pollard.
As the economic times send employee sickness rates upwards, what should brokers be doing with the Sickness Absence Review in mind? Philip Wood examines the facts.