It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act. Post’s article sheds light on how wearable robotics could transform medical claims.
With media reports of abuse in care homes, the insurance market has faced numerous challenges – however, is the sector truly getting the best deal from insurers? Post's article investigates.
The ABI quarterly consumer survey looks at consumer behaviour, mainly in relation to life and general insurance products, as well as attitudes towards savings and financial resilience.
Effectiveness of public health insurance schemes on financial risk protection in Thailand: the assessments of purchasers’ capacities, contractors’ responses and impact on patients
By early 2002, Thailand achieved universal coverage in access to health care by introducing a tax-funded health insurance scheme, the UC scheme. Since 2002, there have been three public health insurance schemes providing health insurance coverage for the entire population of Thais.
An article by Peninsula Business services advising on how to get long term absentees back to work.
A white paper documenting the anticipated effects of the Dilnot Commission's proposals for overhauling the funding of long term health care in the UK, set for July 2011. This short paper assesses the possible implications for consumers and financial services of a likely new partnership model.
Produced by the ABI, this guide to long term care insurance covers insurance solutions available, sources for advice and general information for prospective policy holders.
The ABI believes that the insurance industry can work in partnership with Government and support the Commission on Funding of Care and Support and other key stakeholders to help create a sustainable system for long term care funding, using its skills in pricing risk and predicting longevity.