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Ramadan is the ninth month on the Islamic calendar and is known around the world as the time when Muslims take to fasting. In 2017, this tradition begins tomorrow for many citizens in the UAE. If you are Muslim and are about to begin your fast, or if you’re a non-Muslim resident in the UAE, here are some helpful tips to ensure that everyone has a safe and healthy Ramadan this month.

UAE Medical Insurance is pleased to announce the launch of Pacific Prime's Insurance Survey - 2017. Complete our global partner's survey to get a FREE report...and more!

There is a lot to think about when sending employees on overseas assignments. From travel arrangements to accommodation, office space and insurance requirements. It’s a great opportunity for both your employee and your company; they’ll get to experience a foreign land whilst your operations in the country will get a boost from their expertise and skills. However, there’s a great responsibility…

The last week of April was World Immunization Week, an annual initiative dedicated to promoting the use of vaccines. Our article looks at everything you need to know about vaccinations and your medical insurance in Dubai.

Instituting a wellness program in your office is one thing, but doing it right is another. Read on as UAE Medical Insurance provides information on how to get the most out of your company's wellness program in the UAE.

For those of us that love technology, we can implement it in every facet of our life, and having a child is no exception. Here, UAE Medical Insurance discusses the topic of pregnancy technology and highlights some helpful new maternity gadgets. Find out more.

Here, UAE Medical Insurance discusses disaster insurance in the UAE and the types of insurance businesses need to weather anything.

The end of March has come and gone, and with it came the introduction of fines for not securing compulsory insurance in Dubai. As of now, companies and individuals who have not secured health insurance face being fined AED 500 for each month they are without insurance. As we have mentioned in previous articles the most basic compliant plan available costs AED 650 per year. If you…

The Dubai Health Authority's compulsory health insurance scheme has been in place for medium to large companies for almost two years. This means that many companies in the Emirate are coming up on renewing their corporate health insurance plan. If you are close to starting the renewal process but are thinking of switching providers, there are a number of things that can make the…

After numerous phases of rolling out, Dubai's healthcare reform law, known as ISAHD, is finally ready to reach an important milestone: Those without private health insurance coverage in Dubai will soon face fees. Fine out all about the law here, as well as penalties incurred and how to get covered.

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