Expatriate Group has appointed a new Head of International Business Development following a move to larger premises.
An alert has been issued by India’s Health Department due to fear of an outbreak of Nipah in Kerala.
UK-based airline British Airways (BA) has escaped a payout after a passenger filed a court claim for £10,000, claiming that he had suffered injuries after being ‘forced’ to sit next to an obese man.
Global insurer AXA has launched a new international healthcare proposition for firms with employees based in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It will allow members to use hospital networks and cashless facilities within the country when seeking medical treatment.
In this issue of ITIJ, we have news of the controversy surrounding UK travel insurer tifgroup; an analysis of the insurance implications around cannabis legalisation in Canada; a feature on how travel insurers and industry bodies work together; and we talk to Richard Lonsdale of Generali
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a travel advisory for Madagascar due to a large measles outbreak.
The Guardian newspaper in the UK has reported that, according to new National Health Service (NHS) statistics, growing numbers of middle-aged and older people are ending up in hospital after experiencing mental health problems after taking drugs.
According to a recent survey, a majority of Americans would happily make use of chatbots when booking travel online.
A new report by private online health insurance exchange eHealth, Inc.