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Over recent years, the debate over claims data sharing in the private medical insurance (PMI) sector has never been off the table. However, rather than everyone breaking bread, the debate has been hit by famine.

As reported in October's Insurance Age ('Off the agenda: AMII PMI meeting vetoes transparency discussions'), the situation is now at the point where, in order for healthcare insurers to even entertain sitting down together, the subject of claims data sharing must be completely absent

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