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Bupa entered the Irish private medical insurance market in 1997, exiting again in 2006. Photograph: iStock

UK-based healthcare group Bupa does not plan to re-enter the Irish health insurance market under a plan to set up a new Irish-regulated company to dea(...)

Bupa is reportedly preparing to move its European health insurance business to Dublin as it prepares for Brexit.

UK-based healthcare group Bupa is reportedly preparing to move its European health insurance business to Dublin as it prepares for Brexit, more than a(...)

Ken Cahill: “We know that technology can play a vital role in extending and scaling care”

Irish-based health tech company, SilverCloud Health, has unveiled a new online therapy aimed at those caught up in financial difficulties and mental h(...)

 Irish healthcare providers are not  obliged to recognise health insurance cover held abroad. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Q: Bretton, United States I have lived in the US since November 2014 with full health insurance cover from day one. Upon my return to Ireland, will I(...)

Employers and managers often experience fear and frustration around not knowing what to say or how to support someone that they’ve noticed is struggling in the workplace

While people have become more open about talking about mental health in recent years, it can still be something of a taboo topic in the workplace. A r(...)

Bupa said yesterday it would  raise its stake in Max Bupa, India’s seventh-largest medical insurance provider by revenue.

UK-based health group Bupa plans to raise its stake in its joint venture with Indian insurer Max India to 49 per cent, becoming the first foreign busi(...)

Aviva has announced the appointment of Alison Burns as chief executive of Aviva Ireland. Ms Burns, who replaces Seán Egan who stepped down earlier thi(...)