Saudi Arabia’s ageing population and regulatory changes regarding the mandatory purchasing of health insurance are the key drivers behind the strong growth of the health insurance sector in the kingdom, a report said.
A healthcare revolution is poised to sweep Bahrain as increasing numbers of patients opt for private medical insurance, said a healthcare industry expert.
This is the view of leading regional healthcare provider Aster DM Healthcar
The New India Assurance Company has launched Euromed Silver Plus, Gold Plus and Diamond Plus variants of their DHA-compliant health insurance products catering to individuals and families in Dubai and Northern Emirates.
AXA Gulf, one of the largest non-life international insurers in the Middle East, has launched a new scheme that gives to the customers the option to go for a second medical opinion for severe health or medical conditions.
Dubai's Rashid Hospital has started accepting health insurance cards from expatriates with the enforcement of a new law requiring health insurance cover for all Dubai residents, a report said.
The insurance cards are accepted
Leading insurance broker Nexus Group has hailed Dubai Government’s recently announced compulsory health insurance scheme for workers in the emirate.
Nexus said the new health insurance law, which will be rolled out in phases
Abu Dhabi-based National Health Insurance Company (Daman) has launched its new range of health insurance plans offering a range of flexible schemes for individuals and families with different needs and budgets.
Introduced for the
Dubai-based MedNet UAE, a health insurance specialist, has selected HP servers, storage and support services to consolidate its IT infrastructure.
HP has improved the availability of MNU’s core business-critical applications
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched an electronic portal for managing suggestions, queries, feedback and complaints related to all heath insurance services provided in Dubai.
Essa Al Maidoor, director-general of the DHA
The proposed introduction of compulsory health insurance for all expatriates would open up a BD50 million ($132.6 million) market for Bahrain's insurance industry, experts said.
The implementation of the proposal was at an adv