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Mandatory health insurance regulations have been fully in place in Dubai for just over a year now (with the last phase being implemented in July 2016). In an effort to ensure that health care and in turn health insurance remain as affordable as possible for the foreseeable future, the Dubai Health Authority has been working on a number of…

Unlike other popular expat destinations, it is fairly common to see whole families moving to Dubai. One important thing to be aware of is the fact that health insurance is mandatory in the city. If you are moving here with your family, there is a good chance you will need to secure health insurance coverage for them. Here, we provide answers…

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 process…

The DHA has recently announced that they will be installing kiosks around Dubai that will allow people to renew their health insurance quickly and easily. The question is, will you be able to use them to renew your insurance?

UAE medical Insurance explores three changes the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) will introduce in 2016, and what businesses need to know about them.

Health insurance experts at UMI take a look at the recently reported fines for companies in Dubai who have not already enacted health insurance that meets the now mandatory DHA requirements.

UAE Medical Insurance (a licensed division of Medstar, which is owned by Pacific Prime) has contributed to Pacific Prime’s recent report on the cost of health insurance. The first part of the report - titled: The cost of health insurance for expats in 94 countries - presents a ranking of the 20 most expensive and 5 least expensive locations, on average, for individual international health insurance. It also presents an average cost and ranking for four major demographics: Singles, Couples, Families, and Retirees; thereby providing a benchmark that you can use when looking for a new plan.

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