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UAE Medical Insurance discusses what business owners and HR teams need to know about fair loss ratios and how they impact health insurance premiums.

In what has come as an unwelcome surprise for many in Abu Dhabi, HAAD has instituted new rules regarding the Emirate's public healthcare system. Particularly, the portion of health insurance premiums that employees will be forced to pay for them and their dependents. Read on to find out more about the update, as well as how you can get assistance in reviewing your own health insurance situation.

UAE Medical Insurance's global partner Pacific Prime has just released the latest edition of their Cost of Health Insurance Report for 2016! This report should prove to be a valuable resource for anyone, any business or any organization that has or will be getting international private medical insurance in the coming year. Find out more about the report and what is contained within it here.

Have you had a look at your company provided health insurance plan before? We mean have you REALLY had a look? Many people assume that their group health insurance will work for just about anything that ails them, but sometimes this is not the case. So what should you do to make sure your health insurance fits your needs? Here, UAE Medical Insurance provides tips on getting the most from your company medical insurance.

Companies are cutting back on insurance coverage in Dubai. While they legally can't remove it completely, many are finding that their employer-sponsored coverage simply isn't enough. Read this article to learn your options and how UMI can help.

Stroke has been one of the most deadly conditions in the United Arab Emirates in recent years. Even more worrying than that, it's growing. Stroke is, however, largely preventable. So what is driving the rise in stroke incidence in the UAE? Here, UMI looks into UAE stroke statistics, and discusses symptoms to watch out for, as well as how to prevent a stroke from happening.

Dubai has set many goals for itself with the Dubai Health Strategy 2021, both small, lofty and everywhere in between. To make sure they are met smoothly, a new council has been formed to oversee the strategy. What are the implications of this council, and how will it Dubai's healthcare sector? Read on to find out more.

Some people in Dubai are not donating blood because there is a believe among a significant portion of the UAE population that there are inherent risks associated with it. Are there any serious risks in donating blood, and if so, what are they. Read here to find out more.

The clock is ticking and time is running out for those in Dubai that have yet to get their own private health insurance plan. Yet 25% of expats in Dubai are still with out medical insurance. Why do people in Dubai need to be insured, and what will happen if they don't? Read on to find out more.

A new program announced by the Dubai Health Authority recently could lead to discounted airfare and accommodations for people visiting Dubai for medical tourism. How does this system work? What's the catch? Read on to find out more.

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