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International & Expatriate Healthcare & Insurance 2014

DUBLIN, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5wzjb5/international_and) has announced the addition of the "International & Expatriate Healthcare & Insurance 2014" report to their offering. 

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The globally mobile population has grown dramatically. There are over 50 million expatriates, and by 2020 this will reach 60 million. 232 million people now live away from their country of birth. 

Between one in two and one in three expatriates has no international health insurance, although a minority is covered by domestic health insurance. Several countries seek to get expatriates and migrants to pay for healthcare or have compulsory health insurance.

International healthcare used to be very simple; you designed one product and used it everywhere. But now there are local restrictions on who can insure, how, and what can be insured. Some countries require insurers to have local partners while in others it can take years to get an insurance licence.

'International and expatriate healthcare and insurance 2014' puts the international and expatriate health insurance market in perspective and offers valuable insight into the nature of the current and future market.

The most complete fact filled business report on international and expatriate health insurance is back and better than ever. After customer feedback it now includes more countries and insurers, new information on cross border healthcare and countries current attitude to expatriates, plus full details of new health insurance laws in countries including Dubai, Qatar, and the USA.

Much more information has been added on the number of expatriates globally and by country - both outbound and inbound, and on local insurance regulation. On insurers and brokers it includes who has been buying who, countries they are moving into, plus the latest product and service developments.

With the potential of domestic health insurance markets limited, US, UK and EU health insurers and intermediaries are increasingly looking at healthcare for expatriates and locals in international markets. 

Key Topics Covered: 

Section One: Figures 

Section Two: Countries 

Section Three: Companies 

Section Four: Organisations 

Section Five: Global Research 

Section Six: Regional Research

Section Seven: Regional Information 

Section Eight: Background 


Companies Mentioned:

  • A Plus
  • ACE
  • AIG
  • ALC Health
  • APRIL International
  • ASSSA
  • AXA
  • Achmea
  • Aetna
  • Allianz
  • Amariz
  • Aria Assistance
  • Aviva
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Brit Insurance
  • Bupa
  • CCW
  • Cigna
  • Clements Worldwide
  • Compare Clinic
  • Discovery
  • Exclusive Healthcare
  • Expacare
  • Expatriate Healthcare
  • Freedom Healthnet
  • General & Medical
  • Generali
  • Global Benefits
  • Global Underwriters
  • HCC
  • HealthCare International
  • Henner
  • IMG
  • IPH
  • Integra Global
  • Inter Global
  • International Citizens
  • Jelf
  • LAMP
  • MSH International
  • Medicover
  • Met Life
  • Morgan Price
  • Munich Re
  • NIB
  • Nordic Health Care
  • Now Health
  • NowCompare
  • Pacific Prime
  • Pan-American
  • Passport2health
  • RSA
  • Sano
  • Seven Corners
  • Sirius International
  • State Life
  • Swiss Global
  • Swiss Life
  • United Healthcare
  • VSP
  • Vhi
  • Wellpoint
  • William Russell


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5wzjb5/international_and


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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