Allianz Worldwide Care released a new “Flex Plan” that targets small businesses in the UK that employ ‘inpats’ and send employees abroad. The plan was developed by thinking of the possible impact of Brexit in terms of access to the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) for British employees.
The new Flex Plan offers the following services:
Allianz Worldwide Care’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Alexis Obligi comments:
“The cost of medical procedures and treatments can be extremely high depending on the country in question. For example, treatment for a simple leg fracture could cost up to €10,000 in Spain while the same ailment in the US could be 4 times the cost. As such, providing top quality iPMI is a key differentiator for employers looking to attract and retain top talent.
“When it comes to the health and wellbeing of employees, Allianz Worldwide Care believes in removing global barriers and overcoming obstacles so our small business clients don’t have to. The Flex Plan allows us to relieve the burden on small businesses by better serving their needs with a simplified yet comprehensive iPMI solution which caters for the level of flexibility required and budgets available to small businesses. This is complemented by our worldwide support and assistance services which are available 24/7.”
Learn more about this new plan in their full press release here.