Good Neighbor Insurance provides Seven Corner travel medical insurance to their clients and is really pleased with how Seven Corners serves GNI’s guests, her clients. International travel medical insurance is important to have while traveling outside your country of residence. All travel medical insurance that Good Neighbor Insurance provides has medical insurance as well as medical evacuation to provide you peace of mind while enjoying your travels.
We hope and pray we never have to use our travel medical insurance. However, bad things happen to all of us throughout our life time and when they do we want to be prepared. I know you are like me and would rather give the medical facility your international medical card and not your credit card! Right?
Good Neighbor Insurance personalized customized short term team travel medical insurance with Seven Corners may be viewed here at https://www.gninsurance.com/seven-corners-short-term-team-insurance/.
Good Neighbor Insurance also provides short term travel medical insurance for those visiting the U.S. and will be going back overseas. You may view these short term travel medical insurance options here at https://www.gninsurance.com/health-insurance-for-furlough-sabbatical/.
As an avid scuba diver and international traveler, I know that with my passport and iPad, I always have my international medical travel insurance information on me. I pray I never have to use it. But if I ever do, and I did three years ago while in Bali, Indonesia, I know I am in great hands!
Here is part of the article –
With the rise of technology that allows for instant international communication, companies both large and small have the opportunity to strengthen their business by creating a presence in the global marketplace. While some can simply offer online services from afar, other business partnerships and international expansions involve securing distributors or facilities overseas with face-to-face meetings. These global business opportunities often require employees to work and travel abroad. In 2015, employees traveled for business an average of four times for 17 days at a time, but what risks are they facing to do their job?
International business travel inherently has certain risks not typically found during domestic travel. In 2017, these risks have included natural disasters, disease outbreaks, political unrest and terror attacks in top business destination locations, such as Paris, Puerto Rico, Houston, Barcelona and Las Vegas. Traveling while on the job requires companies to have an increased level of security to ensure employees remain safe during their trip. Here are the top five ways employers can keep international business travelers safe while abroad:
Please head over here for the full article – http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/36740732/how-to-protect-employees-during-international-travel
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
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- “Each year, 1.3 million people are killed and 20–50 million are injured in motor vehicle crashes worldwide….and 25,000 of the deaths are among tourists. Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash, and a medical evacuation can cost upward of $100,000″ – https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/road-safety.