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For many people, the 1st of January is the day on which they renew health insurance policies. A daunting task at the best of times, but with more than 300 ...
Good news for those who find themselves unable to afford health insurance – one company has introdiuced a product that will allow people to buy a cheal “cash plan” but ...
It’s expected there will be a surge in the amount of people taking out insurance for the first time ever after the government brought in new rules to penalise people ...
Typically younger people are less likely to have health insurance and this can have implications on the market as they get older and feel that they should take out cover. ...
A draft White Paper on Universal Health Insurance, revealed in today’s Irish Times, proposes dramatic changes to health cover in this country and would transform the health system. In essence ...
Dermot Goode, health insurance analyst at Cornmarket Health Insurance looks ahead to the prospects of compulsory universal health insurance
Minister for Health Dr James Reilly talks to Brian about his vision for the future of health insurance in Ireland. Our panel to discuss this issue is Billy Kelleher TD, ...
Health insurance plans for around 400,000 people fall due for renewal in January. But with the cost of health insurance on a seemingly never ending upward spiral, what can we ...
Louise went into work on Friday and parked her car in the car park as normal. A few hours later some customers alerted them to a car on fire in ...
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