In ITIJ’s March issue, we have a full re-cap of this year’s ITIC America’s event in Santo Domingo, including a synopsis of the speaker presentations and photographs from all of the social and networking events. Whether you were at the conference or not, our review gives you an insight into all the topics covered on the agenda by the panels of expert speakers.
We also have a News Analysis article in this issue on the effects that are currently being seen on global travel patterns and travel insurance coverage, we talk to Jonathan Barrett of Dataminr about how the aviation industry can step up its communications strategy when crises such as the recent drone event at Gatwick Airport in the UK inevitably occur, and we hear from Neil Hare-Brown at STORM|Guidance on the importance of standardising cyber insurance terminology.
With this issue, we are pleased to include our most recent Air Ambulance Review in which we discuss fair pricing in the global air ambulance industry, we put provider partnerships under the microscope, and we get an update from CAMTS, EURAMI and NAAMTA on what the accreditation bodies have been working on and have planned for the near future. We also take an in-depth look at the repatriation of patients with a traumatic brain injury, we hear from ER24 about guaranteeing patient safety, and we interview Mark Jones of Air Ambulance Worldwide about his role and current industry issues.
Read the March issues now here