According to Allianz, the plan will feature: three interchangeable levels of cover to suit different budgets and needs; a dedicated IGO support team; simple and convenient pricing structure; access to over 750,000 medical providers worldwide, with widespread direct billing; cover provided on a Medical History Disregarded (MHD) basis; 24/7 medical advice, multilingual helpline and emergency assistance; medical claim submissions via the My Health app.
Hendrik Boelens, head of IGO, NGO and governmental business at Allianz Worldwide Care, said that his company works closely with IGOs to understand the complex internal and external challenges that IGOs face.
“Often, smaller IGOs do not have a dedicated HR team, or the resources to address and investigate every element of international health insurance for their staff members,” he said. “Likewise, staff being sent abroad for work have several different stress factors when it comes to a major relocation. Having easy access to health and wellbeing support for them and their families is one thing we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about.”