Press release: Personal nurse advisory services enhance view of the insurer, RedArc research shows

Providing third-party nurse advisory services via, income protection, critical illness, life insurance and PMI products, improves customers’ view of their insurer, according to new research* from RedArc, and insurers could use this fact to help promote better uptake among their clients. In a recent survey of individuals who had accessed these services via their employer:… Continue reading →

Press release: Exam stress affects parents too, says RedArc

Christine Husbands, managing director for RedArc says: “Employers need to be aware that exam stress can affect staff too – particularly those who have children who are about to sit GCSE, A-levels or end-of-college exams that affect future life choices. “Exam stress increases dramatically when families are facing other difficulties such as divorce, bereavement or… Continue reading →

Press release: Insurers need their own manifestos for mental health

Christine Husbands, managing director for RedArc says: “A political manifesto without reference to mental health would have been badly judged in this day and age, so we’re pleased to see that all the major parties are treating this issue with the attention that it deserves and promoting equality for mental and physical health. “We believe… Continue reading →

Press release: RedArc selected as key partner for EmbryoCare

RedArc has been selected to provide nurse-led support services for EmbryoCare – the company that offers insurance for families against the risk of their baby being born with a health defect, or dies by any cause. RedArc will provide practical and emotional support to all customers from the moment of purchase – at no extra… Continue reading →

Press release: Tory manifesto on carers’ time off: RedArc Nurses comment – more employers and insurers can do

In light of the Tories’ manifesto to give workers the right to request time off to care for a relative, Christine Husbands, managing director for RedArc Nurses comments: Carers have been the Forgotten Community for too long and we’re very pleased to see them acknowledged by Government. Typically, it is the primary patient that is… Continue reading →

Press Release – Mental Health support should be so much more than just ‘talking’, says RedArc Nurses

Employees with mental health conditions can significantly benefit from a broad range of help that goes beyond the standard ‘talking’ therapies that are often associated with typical Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs), according to RedArc nurses. Of the referrals that RedArc receives to its personal nurse adviser service – which includes experienced registered mental health nurses… Continue reading →

Press Release – RedArc patient data proves the case for employer-sponsored early intervention for employee mental health conditions

Patient data released today from RedArc Nurses strongly supports the case for employer-sponsored mental health provision for employees. The figures collated over the last five years show a huge improvement across all mental health conditions* where employees have been provided with support from RedArc’s nurses and their specialist third-parties. Based on two widely-used mental health… Continue reading →

Press Release: Bereavement benefit changes mean insurers and employers will need to tackle financial and emotional strain on families

Summary of changes Government support for the bereaved is changing from 6 April 2017: a new Bereavement Support Payment will be paid instead of the current suite of state bereavement benefits. Among the most significant amendments, changes will materially impact parents as they will only receive payments for 18 months, instead of until the child… Continue reading →

Press Release: Employee sleep deprivation isn’t being tackled by employers

March is National Bed Month Number of organisations including ‘sleep’ within their wellbeing strategy set to rise Forward-thinking employers are treating employees that suffer from sleep deprivation in the same way they would an employee with an illness, according to RedArc Nurses ahead of The Sleep Council’s National Bed Month in March. RedArc advises all… Continue reading →