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Stethoscope on clipboard
05 December 2018

Silicon Valley, US-based technology company AgileHealthInsurance.com has announced that it is expanding its product portfolio by offering short-term health insurance plans with maximum coverage durations of up to three years.

Digital brain
05 December 2018

The Hong Kong Federation of Insurers has announced the launch of a new anti-fraud database driven by artificial intelligence.

Map of Brasil with pin set on Porto Alegre
05 December 2018

Clinerion, which works to accelerate clinical research and medical access to treatments for patients, is welcoming the Santa Casa da Misericordia hospital of Porto Alegre, Brazil, to the Patient Network Explorer hospital network.

Targeting individuals concept
05 December 2018

Global health provider Aetna International has released a new paper that examines the role of behavioural and genetic data in detecting and preventing disease.

Businessman with digital plane and world in hands
05 December 2018

The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has announced the renewal of its holiday travel scheme with Lloyd’s Syndicate DTW1991.

A sign that says measles warning
05 December 2018

A new report states that measles cases spiked in 2017 as multiple countries experienced severe and protracted outbreaks of the disease.

Stem cell research
04 December 2018

UK newspaper The Guardian has reported on a new report by the UK’s Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), which found that cancer patients are missing out on innovative new drugs due to red tape surrounding clinical trials and licensing, along with other factors.

A thermometer showing rising temperatures
04 December 2018

Global law firm Clyde & Co has published a new report exploring the risks that man-made climate breakdown creates for businesses and boards.

Inside a hospital
04 December 2018

A new study co-led by St. Michael's Hospital and the University Health Network (UHN) in Canada has found that patients that experience disturbances in sleep, mobility, nutrition or mood while admitted in hospital may be more likely to be readmitted within 30 days after discharge.

Pointing fingers in business
04 December 2018

New research from Mactavish suggests that there is a perception that uncooperative behaviour on the part of insurers is the main reason that commercial insurance claims are either not settled in full or rejected entirely.

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