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New health technologies could change PPI claims procedures

New health technologies could change the face of workplace absence and could have a dramatic impact on the payment protection insurance (PPI) claims.

According to new research from Office Angels, absenteeism is a huge problem for British businesses and many are keen to use new health monitoring solutions to help reduce it.

Speaking to HR magazine, David Clubb, managing director of Office Angels, said: "Days off sick cost the economy billions of pounds every year."

However, he claimed that relying on health monitoring technology would simply not be practical.

"The most effective way for businesses to tackle this problem is to ensure all their staff feel included in the organisation, understand what it represents, and are passionate about what it is trying to achieve," he added.

PPI non-payment cases often revolve around the accurate assessment of an individual's health and a medical report can often mean the difference between a successful and unsuccessful claim.

Charles Baker

Charles is a reputed financial analyst with decades of experience under his belt.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801285881-ADNFCR

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