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The precarious health of Italian health

2020-03-05T10:08:08+00:00

The Seventh Report on the Budget of the Social Security System edited by the Center for Studies and Research Itineraries Social Security offers an interesting insight also on the state of health of public and complementary health of our country: while the out-of-pocket expenditure supported by Italian families continues to grow, supplementary health care struggles [...]

The precarious health of Italian health2020-03-05T10:08:08+00:00

Medical visits, hospitalizations and exams: payments tracked to save bonuses

2020-01-13T10:06:23+00:00

Watch out for cash. In order not to lose the tax bonus on health expenses, you have to choose the payment method carefully. Already today. Indeed, as early as 1 January, when the manoeuvre came into force. That requires you to pay with ATMs and other means traceable deductible expenses at 19 percent. Fifteen facilities [...]

Medical visits, hospitalizations and exams: payments tracked to save bonuses2020-01-13T10:06:23+00:00

Accidents and Illness: balances change

2019-11-26T10:03:43+00:00

In 2018, premiums in non-automotive branches (excluding RC Auto, RC Natanti and Land Vehicle Bodies) increased by 3.5% compared to the previous year. The overall combined ratio of the 2018 budget improved compared to 2017 to 84.6%. This improvement was driven by the increase in premiums higher than the growth recorded by the burden on [...]

Accidents and Illness: balances change2019-11-26T10:03:43+00:00

Silver economy: the aging of Italian society

2019-11-14T10:02:26+00:00

Demographic trends are inexorable: Italian society is aging, and it will grow older and older. That is why it becomes crucial to understand the needs and needs of people who are experiencing a "second youth" or a "third age". That the Silver Economy is one of the key themes of the future (if not the [...]

Silver economy: the aging of Italian society2019-11-14T10:02:26+00:00

Aging, how to deal with the risk of non-self-sufficiency?

2019-10-14T10:00:59+00:00

Although the debate on a fully shared definition is still ongoing among practitioners, it is possible to define as not self-sufficient all those people who, due to chronic diseases, age or other psycho-physical limitations, need continuous assistance. In any case, the central point of the issue is the inability to carry out some of the [...]

Aging, how to deal with the risk of non-self-sufficiency?2019-10-14T10:00:59+00:00

Cancer numbers: fewer cancer cases in Italy

2019-09-24T14:23:38+00:00

Presented today at the Ministry of Health the new volume on cancer numbers, the result of the collaboration between AIOM, AIRTUM, AIOM Foundation, PASSI, Silver PASSI and SIAPEC-IAP. Three and a half million Italians live after the discovery of the disease and at least one in four patients, or almost one million people, has returned [...]

Cancer numbers: fewer cancer cases in Italy2019-09-24T14:23:38+00:00

Cancer and diseases of the circulatory system are confirmed as the big killers in Europe. Life expectancy falls but infant mortality also falls

2019-08-26T16:37:01+00:00

Published by the European Statistical Institute a true atlas of deaths in Europe for rates and gender (2017) and the causes (2016). Italy on average EU for the number of deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, but although not by large numbers holds the record for deaths from hepatitis, liver cancers and blood diseases. In the last [...]

Cancer and diseases of the circulatory system are confirmed as the big killers in Europe. Life expectancy falls but infant mortality also falls2019-08-26T16:37:01+00:00

The life expectancy of Italians decreases, albeit slightly, and we are now quarterd with an average of 83 years

2019-07-11T16:30:58+00:00

According to an OECD study, Italians always maintain the high ranking for life expectancy compared to 36 OECD countries, but if until 2008-2009 they were third after Japan and Switzerland, in recent years they are stable in fourth place, with a slight decrease in the result that passes, on average, from 83.3 years at the [...]

The life expectancy of Italians decreases, albeit slightly, and we are now quarterd with an average of 83 years2019-07-11T16:30:58+00:00

The resource framework for Long-Term Care from key industry reports

2019-06-11T09:38:58+00:00

At the national level, profound changes are taking place in relation to social and health care and interventions to support people who are not self-sufficient. In recent months, some reports have been published that allow you to take stock of the resources dedicated to ongoing care in our country. The main evidence is presented: of [...]

The resource framework for Long-Term Care from key industry reports2019-06-11T09:38:58+00:00

From optimizing tax advantage to improving employee well-being: all the possible benefits associated with corporate welfare

2019-05-05T09:34:57+00:00

The benefits - for business and employees - resulting from the introduction of a welfare plan can be substantially grouped into 3 macrocategories: Optimizing the tax advantage for the company, according to the current legislation and, in particular, art. 51 and 100 of the Single Income Tax Text Increased purchasing power for the employee: taxed [...]

From optimizing tax advantage to improving employee well-being: all the possible benefits associated with corporate welfare2019-05-05T09:34:57+00:00
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