ITIJ TV Episode II out now! Includes interviews about how ongoing problems with guarantees of payment affect hospitals and insureds, as well as how IPMI providers deal with currency fluctuations in a fast-moving world.
The blanket exclusion that some travel insurance providers have in their policies surrounding claims for mental health conditions is coming under pressure in an Australian court, after one traveller decided to take on the industry’s stance
The latest survey from the UStiA has revealed growth of 17.5 per cent in the nation’s travel insurance market in the last two years.
By engaging PR firms in English and German-speaking countries, the Ugandan government is projecting tourist arrivals at 1.5 million in the next two years, growing to five million arrivals in the next five years.
Zurich’s UK arm recently announced the launch of a new safety website, in collaboration with crisis management firm red24, for group life and income protection customers and their employees.
Researchers from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, which is based near Cambridge in the UK, have discovered what they are calling the ‘Achilles heel’ of viruses.
According to data from CBHI’s National Health Profile 2015 report, government-run insurance bodies in India claim a significantly higher share of coverage and premiums for all types of health insurance policies – apart from ‘family floater’ policies.