US Expatriate Health Insurance

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Expatriates worldwide – An overview

An expatriate is broadly defined as a person who lives outside his or her native country. In 2015, it is estimated that there are over 230 million expatriates worldwide. This number has grown from barely 70 million in the last 50 years. Today Expatriates make up about 3% of the global population, and if there were an independant country, they would be the fifth most populous nation.

International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI)

We offer several International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI) plans offered by different reputed US based providers. These international medical insurance plans are popularly known as Global medical insurance or Expatriate insurance and they provide long term cover to people working or living outside their home country, usually for one year or more. These plans are ideal for expatriates and their families, individuals with dual residences and multinational employers. Since these International medical insurance plans are designed to provide long-term, worldwide medical cover, it allows customers to receive and continue treatment anywhere in the world that they choose.

Expatriates Worldwide - Some facts and figures

There are 55 million expatriates worldwide.
High Expat countries (countries with large number of Expatriates)
USA 5 million Canada 1.6 million
Russia 1.4 million Spain 1.3 million
India 1.4 million Australia 1.5 million
Saudi Arabia 8.9 million UAE 5.4 million
Qatar 1.4 million Kuwait 1.4 million

Rising health care costs worldwide

The cost of health care is rising globally for many different reasons such as greater demand for quality health care, better informed customers, unhealthy sedentary lifestyles, higher incidence of chronic ailments, aging populations ....

International travellers and Expatriates who live and work outside their home country are vulnerable to paying high out of pocket medical expenses if they have an accident of fall ill unless they have adequate international medical insurance.

American Expatriates

There are 9 million US citizens live overseas. 40 Percent of US citizens have passports. There are 128.2 million valid US passports in circulation. US citizens take 73 million trips abroad every year. The US expatriate mostly belong to the following categories:
  • Working Professionals : This group are often on limited length assignments and are most likely to return to the US after their assignment is completed.
  • Lifestyle migrants and Pensioners: This group of Americans move abroad in search of a better way of life, warmer weather and a cheaper cost of living. This includes an increasing number of pensioners and retirees.
  • This includes US citizens relocating back to their countries of origin where they or their ancestors migrated from to the United States.
While there is no reliable data collected on American expatriates and their locations, the following are estimates of locations with the largest number of US expats.
Number of US expats abroad
Mexico Around 1 million Canada Around 1 million
Philippines Around 500,000 Germany Around 300,000
Israel Around 200,000 United Kingdom Around 200,000
Puerto Rico Around 100,000 Costa Rica Around 100,000
South Korea Around 100,000 France Around 100,000

Other popular destinations among US expatriates

Argentina Aruba Brazil Chile Colombia Dominican Republic Honduras Jamaica Panama Peru Venezuela

US Expatriate insurance - Ideal for US citizens working overseas and US retirees living abroad

It is important for American Expats to have proper expatriate insurance wherever they live. Good US expatriate insurance will provide good health coverage around the globe as well as provide Americans the option of getting their healthcare taken care in the United States.

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IMG's Maestro expatriate health insurance offers excellent coverage while residing in Latin America and the Caribbean islands

Eligibility: International Medical Group (IMG) Maestro global health insurance is available to individuals, families and groups of all nationalities residing in Latin America and Caribbean.

Highlights of Maestro products:
  • These are Global medical plans with worldwide coverage
  • Annual Maximum medical limits from 4 million USD to 8 million USD
  • Deductible options ranging from 500/1000 USD to 20,000 USD
  • Concierge service provided
  • Provides access to the highest quality healthcare
There are 3 international health insurance plan options:
  • Maestro Vital: Most affordable, basic high-limit inpatient coverage
  • Maestro Total: Inpatient and Outpatient coverage with concierge service. Solid protection, competitive in cost and with customised service.
  • Maestro Total Plus: Highest level of benefits for the most discerning clients

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