Posts Tagged ‘Aviva’
Aviva has recently launched a new health passport to help employees abroad. The scheme is aimed at its International Solutions private medical insurance clients. It provides online access to individuals’ medical records when they are abroad. If a client needs medical treatment while overseas it is reassuring to know they can safely and quickly access their [...]
More workers are stressed, taking fewer holidays and working longer hours since the economic downturn, according to a recent study by Nuffield Health. Employees reported feeling more stressed, anxious and unable to cope under pressure. The poll of 1,500 employees found 52% have felt more stressed since the crisis, 41% reported more pressure at work [...]
We tend to think of the Middle East as a gold mine because of oil. And while multinationals have long flocked to GCC countries for black gold, they have recently found another lucrative market: private health insurance. At the end of last week Aviva announced it is partnering with Abu Dhabi-based Emirates Insurance Company to [...]
Aviva has announced to brokers and agents in Hong Kong that it will be cancelling its Global Lifecare plans, according to a recent post by Michael Lamb at Globalsurance. He quotes a recent company communication stating: We have decided to discontinue any new business of our Aviva Global Lifecare products with immediate effect and also [...]
Morgan Price is the latest expat health insurance provider to offer full medical underwriting procedures, noted Globalsurance in a recent post. Medical underwriting is the process by which insurers use applicants’ medical information to evaluate their eligibility for health or life insurance. Usually the most important factor health insurance firms consider in underwriting is pre-existing [...]
The earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that struck Japan in March will likely pressure the country’s renowned health care system, concluded The Telegraph‘s Peter Pallot in an article yesterday. Japan’s reputation for health excellence is partly a result of the high-tech approach hospitals have adopted toward care (“We’re years behind,” said a senior British surgeon [...]
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