Lindsay Lehr identifies the opportunities and challenges of entering into, and operating in, the Latin American travel insurance marketplace.
The feature articles in ITIJ are an integral part of the publication, allowing us to place a special focus on issues and trends affecting the global travel and health insurance industry. Whether an extended article analysing a key topic in the news, a ‘Profile’ interview with a leading industry representative, or an in-depth look at a pertinent subject area, ITIJ’s ‘features’ provide unique industry insights and offer readers a chance to keep up-to-date with the latest thinking on the most important issues.
Is this the end of Preferred Provider Organisations (PPOs)? ITIJ examines the opportunities that exist for international insurers in the brave new world of reference-based pricing.
Whether it’s through educational wellness plans that encourage expectant mothers to make the right decisions, or through smart policy language, international health insurance providers have the chance to limit their exposure to increasing maternity costs.
Evaluates the nature of second medical opinion services and the role providers of these services are playing in the international travel and health insurance world.
How a more holistic approach to cost containment can result in better savings and happier providers.
With over 25 years’ experience, Collinson Group is a global leader in shaping and influencing customer behaviour to drive revenue and add value for its clients.
A plethora of start-up companies across the globe is disrupting the nice, quiet, steady progress of the insurance industry, offering niche products that aim to meet the needs of millennials in new and exciting ways. ITIJ takes a look at the latest offerings, asking how industry bodies can support further development and what is on the cards for insurers
The popularity of private charter yacht holidays and cruise holidays has never been higher. ITIJ looks at the evolving international health insurance products available to the crewmembers who work aboard such vessels.