International health insurer AXA has said that it believes that mental health and wellbeing is key to ensuring a successful overseas work assignment.
The latest on the global IPMI market, plus international healthcare trends and medical provider news.
According to the newest Wellness in the Workplace Survey from Southern Cross Health Society and BusinessNZ, New Zealand lost approximately 6.6 million working days last year to employee illness, at a cost of $1.51 billion.
Aetna Inc. announced on 25 July that it had acquired the Bupa Group’s Thai business, Bupa Thailand, for an undisclosed sum.
Allianz Worldwide Care has announced the launch of a new international health insurance solution that has been tailored for small to medium Intergovernmental Organisations.
Cigna Corporation recently announced the acquisition of general insurer Zurich Insurance Middle East.
Teladoc recently announced that it would be acquiring Best Doctors, a medical consultation service with a specific focus on improving health outcomes for particularly complex and costly medical issues.
A new flexible international private medical insurance (IPMI) solution from Allianz Worldwide Care is geared towards small businesses in the UK who need to send employees abroad.
New research by Fletchers Solicitors in the UK has found that nearly one-quarter of Brits fear the doctor’s waiting room.
International SOS has warned that less than one-quarter of organisations have pre-travel health programmes in place, which means employees are being exposed to the risks of malaria.
US global health services organisation Cigna has released its 2017 Cigna 360° Well-being Survey, tracking the health and wellbeing of individuals in 13 markets worldwide.