AXAPPP have new Heart & Cancer Commitments on their medical insurance
BUPA and BMI Hospitals have failed to mutually agree the BMI charges for treating BUPA members from 1st January 2012. Subsequently BUPA have made the decision to remove further BMI hospitals from their Recognised Hospital lists with immediate effect.
We are proud to announce that the winner of the Employee Benefits Live 2011 Champagne draw is Dawn McKenzie, HR Services Manager at Network Housing. Martine Malone from Health Matters presented Dawn with the winning bottle of Venve Clicquot Champagne earlier in December.
The Sickness and Absence review conducted by Dame Carol Black and ex-British Chamber of Commerce Director General, David Frost, was published in November.
Following BUPA's recent announcement to remove 12 BMI hospitals from their 'recognised' hospital list as of January 2012 we want to take this opportunity to update out clients on the situation and give you the facts.
During September 2011 we undertook a web-based Customer Satisfaction Survey and we are particularly proud of the results.
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From 1st January AVIVA are making improvements to their cancer stance. This is called their ‘Cancer Pledge’ which reads:
All Bupa's Corporate Select customers will have to choose from a list of consultants selected by Bupa, from January 2012, the insurer has announced, in a move that represents a huge shake-up of the private medical insurance (PMI) market.