How to select your international health insurance
Through the following links, please find useful information on health insurance. Even if all international health insurance look alike, they are all different and have their own specifities (inpatient, outpatient, vision, dental, maternity…).
These differences explain part of the gap in premiums and would help the expatriate to select one cover or another. Keep in mind that – as well as the expatriate’s situation (mariage, child birth, move to another country of expatriation …) – medical insurance products will change year after year (conditions, benefits, premiums…) at renewals.
Health insurance – Summary
Please find hereafter many helpful pages to select your international insurance. This should support you to consider main parameters, which impact the international healthcare:
In and out patient benefits
Dental, exclusions and procedures
Claims administration and rates
Pay attention to the local regulation
Please note that subscribing to an international health plan does not free you from the local regulations. If you are eligible to contribute to the local healthcare system in certain countries and do not have local cover in place, you may be subject to paying a tax levy.