private medical insurance

Treat yourself to private healthcare

Growing waiting lists, healthcare rationing and strikes by junior doctors can make it feel like a very bad time to need medical treatment on the NHS.

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PMI vs cash plans

It was the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson who said the NHS was "the closest thing the English have to a religion" and most Brits do indeed worship and revere the NHS.

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Health insurer shakes–up market with 'multi-family' offering

A leading health insurer is aiming to revolutionise the private medical insurance market by launching a 'multi family' product that allows one person to buy a policy for multiple family members.

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Should we use a savings plan to save for private medical treatment?

The best place for you to invest depends upon how much you are looking to save, over how long, what you want to achieve and the risk you are looking to take.

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How to beat long hospital waiting lists

Growing waiting lists and investigations into hospitals with higher than average death rates do little to instil confidence in the NHS.

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Private patients paying too much for care

People with private medical insurance are paying too much for their care because of a lack of competition in local areas, the Competition Commission has warned.

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Three rip-off insurance products to avoid

Do you consider yourself a risk taker?

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Four insurance products worth having

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Five essential insurance products

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Six questions to ask before choosing a cancer policy

1. My mum and sister have had cancer. Will I be able to get cover?

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