We bring you statistics from over-50s travel insurance provider Staysure, revealing some of the most expensive countries in which to have the misfortune of requiring medical treatment.
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
Some alarming figures from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) have highlighted the staggering cost of medical treatment that UK travellers accrue when abroad.
A new study from the US Travel Insurance Association suggests that consumers in the US are spending as much as $4 billion on travel insurance annually.
New laws and regulations seeking to protect climbers who want to attempt Mount Everest have been proposed.
In a move that seems most counterintuitive, it appears that a large number of tourists have been seeking medical advice from their hotel receptions rather than their insurance providers while travelling abroad.
AllClear has found that people seeking travel insurance while travelling with pre-existing medical conditions are still being underserved by parts of the insurance industry and there remains more to be done.
New data from travel insurance comparison site Compare travel insurance, has found that 82 per cent of Australians are unsure whether they are covered by Medicare when on a cruise in domestic waters.
Market research firm YouGov has released its latest whitepaper, which provides an in-depth look at how different groups of Americans approach insurance, and how providers can utilise this information to maximise sales and retention.
Now in its sixth year running, we once again welcome the annual results of the Mozo Experts Choice Awards – recognising those who provide the very best of travel insurance to Australia.
The August issues of ITIJ and IHHR out in print and digital format