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The health insurance reform deadline is fast approaching, and 2% of the population is still without medical insurance coverage. Numerous employers need to obtain insurance for their employees or face a penalty. Find out more about their obligations here.

According to Dubai law, all residents were to have private health insurance coverage as of June 30th, 2016. However, thanks to numerous deadline extensions, people without insurance still have felt no repercussions for non-compliance. How long will this last? Read on to find out more.

When it comes time to renew their group health insurance, not every company knows the factors that may help them to keep premiums from rising. Here, UAE Medical Insurance provides some insight into what you can do to save your company money on medical insurance.

It has been reported that diabetes in the UAE is growing at a rather alarming rate. So many more people were diagnosed with diabetes in 2015 versus 2014 that you could say the disease is going through a boom time, and the trend is likely to continue. What should you know about the problem, and how can you address it?

Despite the new Dubai health insurance reform coming into effect on June 30th, 2016, people and companies in the emirate still have time to obtain medical insurance before they get fined. Find out more here.

Despite the fact that Dubai's healthcare reform law came into force on June 30th, 2016, some individuals and businesses have been slow to take up the required health insurance, and time is running out. Here, UAE Medical Insurance discusses the reasons behind why so many may not be obtaining health insurance, as well as what the consequences will be if they never do.

The UAE is a modern country with modern businesses, yet some have been slow to adopt the Wellness Programs and Employee Assistance Programs that more and more companies around the world are folding into their employee benefits packages. Find out more about what these programs are and how they can help your organization here.

Did you know that the UAE is a hotbed of cyber attacks? Businesses and professionals in the country should be aware of the risks that are out there, as well as steps they can take to protect themselves from hackers online. Here, UAE Medical Insurance covers Cyber Insurance, why it's needed and how it can help you. Read on to find out more.

While most expats in the UAE have health insurance, many of them are likely unfamiliar with the Muslim insurance product known as Takaful. Here, UAE Medical Insurance provides background information on Takaful and how it works. As well, we examine the similarities and differences between Takaful and conventional insurance to help you decide if Takaful is right for you. Read on to find out more.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is here again, and UAE Medical Insurance wants to remind the women of Dubai to get screened regularly. More than this, we want them to be aware of potential pitfalls that can happen to them even after they have been diagnosed with the disease. Here, we look at recent trends in breast cancer in Dubai and how women in the emirate can protect themselves from financial hardship due to high medical costs.

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