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29 November 2018

New research led by researchers at Harvard University in the US and published in JAMA has found that telemedicine is still uncommon, despite laws passed in more than 30 states that require health insurance coverage and payments to virtual care providers.

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29 November 2018

Three men have received custodial sentences after attempting to make fraudulent personal injury claims against Admiral Insurance. 

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28 November 2018

The Tourism Industry Association of Canada launched its annual conference on 27 November.

Man diving off a cliff
28 November 2018

Australians are being warned about engaging in risky behaviours while travelling, including – but not limited to – failing to take out appropriate travel insurance cover.

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28 November 2018

Data and analytics company GlobalData has found that the impact of Brexit on the UK healthcare sector has increased over the last three months.

Cork, Ireland
28 November 2018

World Nomads Group has formally launched its European headquarters in Cork, Ireland.

New idea concept
28 November 2018

Therapeutic technology company Aethlon Medical Inc has announced that it has received a ‘Breakthrough Device’ designation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to support the advancement of the Aethlon Hemopurifier for the treatment of cancer.

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28 November 2018

Global insurer Chubb has launched a new terrorism-related protection product for multinational companies and large middle market businesses.

Antibacterial product line
28 November 2018

US-based Prime Medical is introducing hospital privacy curtains, scrubs and lab coats that make use of the sanitising effects of sodium hypochlorite-based bleach to help make these soft surfaces part of the solution in reducing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).

Doctor holding mammogram in front of X-ray
27 November 2018

According to Proton Partners International, which works to advance cancer care in the UK, a new report by the Health Foundation has rightly highlighted the urgent need for a revolution in cancer diagnosis in Britain.

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