International & Expatriate Health Insurance Sector Investigated by Ian Youngman in New Study Available at MarketPublishers.com16 Apr 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – During the past few years, the world’s mobile population has grown considerably. At present, here are more than 50 million expatriates in the world. By 2020, this number is poised to climb to 60 million. Moreover, around 232 million people currently live far from their homeland. Nearly one in three and even one in two expatriates has no international health insurance, though a minority is served by domestic health insurance. Some countries want to get migrants and expatriates pay for healthcare services or have compulsory health insurance.
Traditionally, international healthcare used to be rather simple; namely, one created one product and used it everywhere. Then as now, there are certain local restrictions on what can be insured and how. Several countries require the insurers to have local partners whilst in others it can take some years to obtain an insurance license.
New research report “International and Expatriate Healthcare and Insurance 2014” worked out by Ian Youngman puts the international and expatriate health insurance market in perspective, besides providing in-depth insights into the sector’s current and future scenario.
The novel topical report is an essential source of top-level data on the worldwide international and expatriate healthcare and insurance sector. It covers a great number of country markets, throws light on the performance of the global dominant insurers, examines the current attitude to expatriates, and also reviews new health insurance laws across the world. Furthermore, the research study covers the latest service and product developments, evaluates the growth potential of the certain country markets as well as forecasts the performance of the global international and expatriate healthcare and insurance sector in the future.
International and Expatriate Healthcare and Insurance 2014
Published: April, 204
Price: US$ 1,673.00
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