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Increasing regulation is also impacting the cost of international health insurance, especially when issuers of private medical insurance have to meet new minimum capitalization requirements.
Private medical insurance provides financial security against the cost of unexpected or serious illness as well as improved accessibility to innovative treatments both in Cyprus and abroad that otherwise would have been impossible due to the high cost associated with most of the treatments," Kaparis explained.
The Association of British Insurers said the increase is likely to affect 7.3 million car policies, 4.7 million household policies, 3 million pet policies and 3 million private medical insurance policies.
The UK-based independent health insurance expert firm that offers valuable advice "Free of Charge" to their clients is known to save their organisations' considerable time and money by acquiring quotes from different private medical insurance companies.
People are free to take out private medical insurance if they can afford it.
Aviva currently provides a private medical insurance scheme for Tesco's 300,000 UK employees and had a similar tie-up with the supermarket in 2005.
Paul Evans, the chief executive of AXA UK, said the group would now focus their healthcare business on their private medical insurance business AXA PPP Healthcare.
The Private Patients' Forum has been set up to cater for the 11 per cent of Britons who have private medical insurance as well as those who pay for one-off treatments privately.
He said: "In Nashville it's private medical insurance and all the firms' systems can talk to each other so the records can be moved around quickly.
AIM-listed health and leisure firm ADDleisure, has signed a deal with private medical insurance company PruHealth to supply membership of - an online personal health and well-being coach owned by its subsidiary Fitbug - to PruHealth policyholders.
The new leader rejected Margaret Thatcher's idea of offering tax breaks for private medical insurance and announced a U-turn on Tory plans to give subsidies to patients going private.
But PruHealth said almost half - around 1.6 million people - did not have private medical insurance, income protection or critical illness insurance.