A new survey from Allianz has revealed that the popularity of sharing economy services in the US is down this year compared to 2017, particularly with Millennials, and that Baby Boomers are now the new drivers of the movement.
International SOS has announced that it has expanded its worldwide teleconsultation offering, which will now be available in France.
Eighty-four per cent of male expatriates have needed to seek medical help while living abroad, according to AXA Global Healthcare - and 72 per cent have concerns about local healthcare standards.
In exciting news, Aetna International, which delivers healthcare benefits and population health solutions on a global scale, has launched DNA testing to help its members take control of their health.
In a rather backward turn of events, many travellers planning to visit Puerto Rica this season are choosing to forego purchasing travel insurance – and this is less than two years since Hurricane Maria ripped across the island.
Israel recorded an impressive 440,000 international tourist arrivals in May this year, an 11.1-per-cent rise compared with May 2018 and a 26.8-per-cent rise compared with May 2017.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has revealed some interesting figures regarding medical claims on travel insurance.
World Health Organization (WHO) experts recently connected to discuss the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, providing an update on the current situation.
The latest edition of the monthly Global Catastrophe Recap Report has been released by Aon Plc, and in it, the company evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during May 2019.