Posts Tagged ‘expat insurance’
New international private medical insurance (iPMI) plans target oil and gas workers and include medical evacuation from remote places. The range, from Cigna Global Health Benefits Europe, is designed specifically for oil and gas rig workers. The provider says Cigna Energy Plans have been created to serve the insurance needs of rig workers, which are [...]
When healthcare reforms were first discussed in the United States there were concerns about how they would affect expats and their insurers. Cigna, one of the biggest expat insurers in the U.S., had said it would consider moving its workers abroad to avoid the new regulations. About 700 people work for Cigna writing insurance policies, and most [...]
When moving abroad the thought of organising expatriate health insurance can be daunting. The range of policies available is vast and it’s essential that you look at many factors. You will need to consider pre-existing conditions and whether they will be covered. Generally speaking health insurance doesn’t cover most pre-existing conditions. There is the option [...]
Back in November Cigna announced a joint venture agreement with India’s massive TTK Group, which would sell private medical insurance in that country. At the moment both companies are still awaiting regulatory approval from the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority. They expect to have it by 2013. But that hasn’t stopped them from developing their [...]
We tend to think of the Middle East as a gold mine because of oil. And while multinationals have long flocked to GCC countries for black gold, they have recently found another lucrative market: private health insurance. At the end of last week Aviva announced it is partnering with Abu Dhabi-based Emirates Insurance Company to [...]
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