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ITIJ’s regular features provide an in-depth exploration of issues unique to the global travel and health insurance industry. Each feature is written exclusively for ITIJ by industry writers or experts in their field.

David Kernek analyses the growing risks of business travel

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Femke van Iperen investigates the spiralling costs of air ambulance repatriations

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Measuring the value that your cost containment partner brings to the table can be tricky, and views of the niche industry vary widely – some insurers wouldn’t be without their treasured partner by their side, while others prefer to work alone, not involving another party in what is already an extremely complex process. David Kernek looks at both sides of the coin

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Measuring the value that your cost containment partner brings to the table can be tricky, and views of the niche industry vary widely – some insurers wouldn’t be without their treasured partner by their side, while others prefer to work alone, not involving another party in what is already an extremely complex process. David Kernek looks at both sides of the coin

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Wellness programmes are proliferating in the global workplace. Stewart Farr weighs up their impact and assesses their cost-saving value

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Wellness programmes are proliferating in the global workplace. Stewart Farr weighs up their impact and assesses their cost-saving value

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Lee Coppack looks at how different travel insurers define geographic zones with risk ratings
 

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Tatum Anderson investigates the efficacy of medical screening programs

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Warren Brown looks at the progress made by US travel insurance industry lobbyists in reducing the legislative burden on travel retailers in recent years
 

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David Healy describes how the more innovative providers in the IPMI industry are tackling claims-related costs.

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When the call comes in saying that the only way to get your insured back home is via an air ambulance, the next decision that has to be made by the assistance company is: which aircraft can get the patient home with the best level of care in the optimum time? Mandy Langfield discusses the considerations to be made when an air ambulance is called for

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