health precautions while living abroad

5 Health Precautions That Expats Should Not Ignore When Abroad

Health Precautions That Expats Should Not Ignore When Living Abroad

Moving to a new country comes with healthcare concerns. Expats, global nomads, and global citizens may encounter different health standards and difficulties in medical care in their host country. Other than taking proper health precautions, expats should also obtain a health insurance plan for a hassle-free trip.

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Telemedicine for Expatriates

Why Telemedicine for Expatriates is Crucial During a Pandemic

Make Sure You Use Telemedicine Services Offered by Global Health Insurance Providers During Coronavirus Pandemic

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, it can definitely seem that things are getting a bit crazy. The COVID-19 Coronovirus pandemic (or epidemic) has caused a great deal of panic and concern for everyone, including expatriates. While we are not medical professionals, we are global health insurance experts and will explain how telemedicine and telehealth can benefit global nomads and expatriates during the pandemic. Read more

Health Insurance During the COVID-19

What is the Best International Health Insurance During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Learn About International Health Insurance for Expatriates During a Pandemic

You could say this is an easy question and the answer is a plan that will cover the COVID-19 Coronavirus. That is correct, but there is much more to this question and how global nomads and international citizens should proceed when buying and renewing their global health coverage. We have been receiving many calls and emails for health insurance during the COVID-19 from expatriates around the world who are justifiably concerned about their health during the recent pandemic and we have been providing our best advice and support during this difficult time period. People are still moving abroad despite the travel restrictions or are reconsidering the coverage in light of the pandemic. Read more

Telehealth for Expatriates

Telehealth for Expatriates is Vital When Living Abroad

Telehealth is a Great Service for Expatriates Living Abroad

When global citizens and expatriates living abroad fall ill, they often have to book an appointment at a doctor’s office. Everyone wants to get better fast. However, there are times when a visit to a doctor’s office is challenging to manage. Especially for minor medical problems or for general advice and support. While we are not medical professionals, we will use our global health insurance expertise to explain how Telehealth works for global nomads and expatriates. Learn about the many reasons why expatriates should be covered by a global health plan that offers Telehealth, especially in light of recent events. Read more

Maternity Insurance Coverage

Maternity Insurance Coverage for Expats – Global Health Plans That Cover Pregnancy

Learn about global health insurance that covers maternity for expatriates living abroad

Many expatriates and future global nomads plan to have children when moving abroad. Everyone knows that pregnancy can involve a lot of preparations and planning – one of the most important considerations is accessing maternity care when living abroad and the insurance to fund those expenses. Maternity expenses can either be reasonably small – say under $10,000 if you are in a country where medical expenses are small.

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6 Challenges of Living Abroad for Expatriates

Six Challenges for Expatriates & Global Nomads Living Abroad

Living on foreign soil with unknown faces around may pose many challenges to an expat or global nomad, especially those who have left behind the luxury of family support and a convenient lifestyle. No matter how mentally strong you are, the challenges that you face while living abroad can make life difficult. Everyone thinks that you won’t get at least some “culture shock” but it happens to everyone.

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Wuhan Coronavirus

Top 5 things expats should know about the COVID-19 Coronavirus

What Should Expats Know About The COVID-19 Coronavirus?

The recent outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus has raised concerns amongst the local and expatriate population in China, and globally. It is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation, and reports are pouring in. Here are the top 5 things expatriates and global citizens should know about the emerging virus and the resulting public health threat. It includes a short description, how to recognize it, how to keep yourself healthy, treatment, and much more. The World Health Organization has provided a new official name for the illness caused by the new coronavirus: COVID-19 Read more

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Best Health Insurance Coverage for Expats Living in China

What Are the Healthcare Coverage Options for Expats Living in China? China is a very popular choice for expatriates who more often than not are moving there for work and to pursue excellent career opportunities. It has been reported that there are just under a million expats living in China, most of whom are living […]

safety & security tips for expats

Top 10 Safety and Security Tips for Expats Living Abroad

Learn About Staying Safe While Living Abroad – Top 10 Safety and Security Tips

As we all know, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” This adage applies to expats. Moving to a new country can be exciting as well as challenging; however, taking the necessary steps can keep you safe from various risks associated with expatriate life. You don’t have to compromise on your safety when you pack your baggage to move to your desired destination. Remember that feeling secure is one thing that you will have to work on initially, no matter where you plan to relocate. It doesn’t mean that you will have to live in fear as an expatriate. Get armed with all safety and security tips for Expats given below and make your stay in your new abode all the more fascinating and blissful.  Read more

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8 Ways for Expats to Avoid and Prepare the Flu Season

Learn how expats can prepare for the flu season

Millions of cases of influenza (or flu) are recorded every year in the United States alone according to the CDC  Flue page.  What makes the flu virus so scary is that it can even infect those who have already received vaccination for it. The virus can lead to pneumonia, or some other bacterial infection, which can even turn fatal. Influenza is an acute infection of the upper airway caused by an influenza A or B virus. Some of the common symptoms are fever, cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, headaches, fatigue and more. Check with your doctor if you have the flu.

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