UAE: Daman launches disease management programme, offers new online features

January 2010
MiddleEast Insurance Review;Jan2010, p24
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The article reports on the launch of the National Health Insurance Co. of the Disease Management Program (DMP) in United Arab Emirates. It states that the move is part of the company's strategy to improve its health standards and to further provide better medical services to the people. It notes that the program will manage general health conditions and chronic problems including obesity and diabetes. It also notes the improved functionalities to its online portal including claim transactions.


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