BUPA


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BUPA

(ˈbuːpə)
n acronym for
(Insurance) The British United Provident Association Limited: a company which provides private medical insurance
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12 homes that BUPA operate in Wales are part of the agreement with HC-One and the firm expects these homes to transfer in January.
BUPA then sent him a letter with a payment scale of PS500 to PS2,000 for four procedures.
But BUPA warned that profits growth would slow during the second half of the year as it increases investment across its core businesses following the sale of its hospital operations in August.
Ireland's two largest health insurance companies will battle it out in the European Court after BUPA was forced to pay the semi-state company "compensation" for its older and riskier client base under a risk equalisation scheme.
The system will enable BUPA to train all of its 2,500 employees in its UK Insurance division as well as providing other staff members with training courses and library materials.
Send your answer on a postcard, along with your name, address and telephone number to: BUPA COMPETITION, Sunday People Sports Dept, Floor 23, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP.
It states that BUPA will then allocate the patient to its "fee-assured consultants who are qualified to perform the surgery" in "appropriate locations".
A quarter of people in Wales who had a BUPA health assessment in 2010 were found to be obese compared to a national average of 18%, and 76% were found to have high levels of body fat, compared with the national average of 67%.
BUPA will become Quinn Healthcare and the company plans to develop new headquarters in Fermoy, Cork, to accommodate the expansion.
So, if you want friendly, professional and discreet advice, contact BUPA Murrayfield Hospital.
Business process automation and management company Pegasystems has been chosen by BUPA to improve its customer care capabilities.
BUPA is a global provider of healthcare services and the largest private health insurer in the United Kingdom.