By subject ' Personnel '
28 March 2017
What happens when your employee gets sick aboard?
If News 1/2017 Personnel. If’s Industrial clients have hundreds of business travellers all over the world every day. In addition, many have expatriates located in different countries. It is important that insurance cover is designed to fulfil the needs of travelling personnel. To support our insured persons If and its assistance partners seek to offer premium service with the human touch – at all times.
31 May 2016
U.S. health reform introduces new reporting requirements
If News 3/2016 Personnel. The PPACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) reform requires all individuals living in the US to have a valid health insurance coverage, which is regarded as Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC).
20 January 2016
Check list for “I Travel”
If News 1/2016 Personnel. Before my trip I copy contacts to Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar embassies that I got in a message from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. And please note; print them. A clever colleague said not to print as “you’ve got everything in your mobile!” Yes, exactly. But what if my phone doesn’t work? Or if it is stolen? Or if there is no reception? Most likely something WILL happen and I’ll want to call the embassy, or my mother or…
16 October 2015
Health insurance procurement from a Nordic perspective
If News 7/2015 Personnel. If is the largest Nordic health insurer, with operations in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. We purchase health services on behalf of our corporate clients’ employees for more than NOK 250M each year.
28 January 2015
U.S. Health Reform introduces new requirements for individuals and companies
If News 1/2015 Personnel. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), often called Obamacare, was signed into law by Barack Obama in the year 2010. The purpose of the Act was to ensure that all Americans have access to affordable, quality health care while at the same time reducing health care costs via the government healthcare programs (Medicare/Medicaid).