Providers supplying mortgage protection solutions alongside State benefits should 'keep it simple'
RedArc's Christine Husbands highlights the extra support available to policyholders relying on the National Health Service at times of need
Pancreatitis is an ever-growing problem in the UK - the acute version at least - with strong links to alcohol for those in their mid-life, underwriter Fergus Bescoby explores
Comments from ABI, CII, advisers and provider following Financial Conduct Authority's call for better access to insurance for pre-existing medical conditions
As the NHS shows signs of embracing the virtual GP concept, will the burgeoning employer-provided market face a slowdown? Asks Suzanne Clarkson
Sign the 'Where's Your Head At?' petition today to change health and safety law so it protects workplace mental health in the same way it does physical health, says Bupa's Mark Allan
At what point, asks RedArc's Christine Husbands, does post-traumatic stress become post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD)?
Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) work internationally in dangerous and impoverished countries. How can employers ensure their staff's healthcare needs are covered?
Some positive moves but "major issues" missed at consultation stage to improve access to insurance
Checklist for compliance
Pulse Insurance's Torquil Mclusky discusses the stigma surrounding mental health, embracing mindfulness and how the industry can provide more inclusive access to cover
"The tides have changed for protection"
With Mental Health Awareness Week upon us, Suzanne Clarkson explores what the individual IP market can learn from their group counterparts when it comes to supporting people with mental health issues...
VitalityLife's Fergus Bescoby explores the rise of obesity and its implications
Entitled, squeezed or both?
In her second of two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues a combined industry effort would improve pay-out times for life cover claimants
Wearable AI technology for spotting early diagnosis of pneumonia in young children and the elderly takes prize
Recent Defaqto figures show a 13% fall in IP plans available on the market, but does this mean the cover available is decreasing in quality?
Henry Cazalet of The SMS Works helps debunk some common GDPR misconceptions
Suzanne Clarkson investigates the emergence of health app technology in the workplace
Following Ant McPartlin's run in with the law and ITV's decision not to air Saturday Night Takeaway, wellbeing expert David Price considers an employer's duty of care to alcoholic employees
Fergus Bescoby discusses underwriting considerations for blood clots in the lung
Failures in the trusts solution are damaging consumer trust in protection, writes Ruth Gilbert
Technology and customer expectations have moved on, but has the industry? Suzanne Clarkson investigates…