Health management consultant Craig Hooper discusses mitigating risk, duty of care and healthcare management for insurers and event managers of mass gatherings and large public events
Over a decade since the smoking ban fundamentally shifted society's attitude to smoking, VitalityLife's Fergus Bescoby takes a look at how things have changed
B2B journalist with music background takes the reins of COVER magazine
Male-only cancer deaths overtaking breast cancer highlights need for earlier diagnosis and better prevention - so how are insurers stepping up?
Fiona Murphy sits down with AIG Life CEO Adam Winslow to discuss the insurer's growth plans.
COVER Magazine sits down for a flat white with the Styliff boys, the tech start-up winners of last year's Big Ideas Competition.
Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson highlights the need - and opportunity - to provide protection for self-employed workers and those with short-term contracts.
Why did Fit for Work really fail? What now for SME's? And how can intermediaries help? By Carl Laidler, director of screening programmes at Health Shield Wellbeing gives his view.
People with a history of mental health issues are being rejected life insurance, The Guardian reported over the weekend. COVER Magazine investigates further...
On Blue Monday, wellbeing expert David Price hands a fistful of tips to employers looking to give staff a much-needed lift during January.
With mental health referrals up 30% and a spike in absenteeism during January, the return of Blue Monday is a good a time as any to discuss the need for insurance products within the workplace, says COVER journalist Adam Saville.
Intermediaries 'shocked and disappointed' after Aviva UKI pull out of the international private medical insurance (IPMI) market because it is no longer considered central to Aviva's core business.
John Dean and Cheryl Brennan of Punter Southall Health & Protection shine a light on the dynamics they expect to dominate the employee benefits market in 2018.
New Year, new you? Thankfully, come the New Year, most of us put the festive season excesses behind us, but for others its a bigger challenge, writes Dr Yousef Habbab.
A new report from Zurich has revealed some worrying numbers on the extent of the income protection gap in both the UK and around the world. Gary Shaughnessy takes a closer look at some of the findings
In the second of her two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues the ABI's recent consultation - now extended to 26 January - misses the chance to address the difficulties surrounding terminal illness claims
Fergus Bescoby discusses the symptoms and underwriting considerations associated with the inherited blood condition sickle cell disease
In the first of two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues the ABI's recent consultation on its review of the statement of best practice for critical illness has removed one controversial proposal only to slide in another
Given the lifelong nature of the policies they often require, explains Hendrik Boelens, working with IGOs is a wonderful opportunity for insurers to form a true partnership with their clients
Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition causing pain all over the body and although anyone can develop the condition, it affects around seven times more women than men; writes Fergus Bescoby.
Protection experts have so far responded positively to the Association of British Insurers (ABI)'s public consultation, the Guide to Minimum Standards for Critical Illness insurance.
Child cover within critical illness plans has assumed a far greater importance in recent years, writes CIExpert's Alan Lakey.
Future Proof shares outcomes from in-depth customer research.