Expatriate Group has simplified the way that customers can choose their area of cover under their international health insurance plan.
Previously each country was graded from 1 to 5 (reflecting the costs of each country's cost of treatment), depending on the country where the customer wanted to receive treatment; with the required area being selected at the outset. Expatriate Group's new iPMI areas are now: 1. EMEA & Asia (excluding China, Hong Kong and Singapore) 2. Worldwide, (excluding North America) 3. Worldwide. Lee Gerry, Expatriate Group Director said: By reducing the number of areas from 5 to 3, we have taken...
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