The Telegraph - The dominance of the National Health Service means private medical insurance has had a small market in Britain compared to other countries, and particularly the US, where there remains far less state support.
But, as fears of the health service’s ability to cope with ever-rising demand grows, that is beginning to change. Figures for 2016, published last year by LaingBuisson, an industry analyst, showed premiums relating to private medical cover hit £4.8bn. This represented a small rise on the previous year driven, the firm has previously said, by dissatisfaction with the NHS...>>>
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