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UAE Medical Insurance produced a lot of great articles in 2017. Check out this post to find out which ones our readers thought were the best! The top 5 UAE and Dubai health insurance articles of 2017

Does your current health insurance policy provide all the benefits you will need. If you have one of Dubai's essential benefits plans, the answer to this is quite possibly, "No." Here, UAE Medical Insurance examines this topic and offers you solutions.

There has been some confusion over cancer cover by insurance plans in Dubai, so the Dubai Health Authority is making a change to Essential Benefits Plans. Find out more here.

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.

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.

Mother's Day is coming up soon! There are many things you could get for your mum this coming holiday, but the #1 thing you could give her is good health. Find out more here.

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?

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