Last year saw record amounts paid in private medical insurance (PMI) claims - £2.28bn from a total of 6.5 million people insured under both corporate and private arrangements. Total premiums reached £2.98bn compared with £2.2bn in 2000, while total claims costs in 2000 had been less than £1.8bn.
The simple maths speaks for itself. The weight of current claims certainly explains the industry's deep concern to control costs but the issues are far more complex.
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