With Great Britain to exit the European Union during the next two years, MediHelp International, leader in the CEE international health insurance market, announces that Brexit will not disturb the procedure for accessing any company health insurance policy.
This comes in the context of a Moore Stephens (a prominent accounting and business advisory network) study showing that 40% of British insurers intend to change their operation model due to Brexit.
The news also concerns residents in Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland, the other countries where the MediHelp is present, the company being known for collaborating exclusively with British healthcare providers for the entire office suite.
Thus, during and after Britain’s exit from the European Union, both Romanian and English expats, as well as the rest of MediHelp’s current and future clients, regardless of their country of origin, will have unlimited access to their international health insurance policies.
“Even if the health insurance providers we work with are all British companies, the process of claim settlement will not undergo any changes for our customers in need of health service coverage. MediHelp will keep its position as a leader on the CEE international health insurance market both for its comprehensive insurance packages, as well as for its case management and claims settlement services”, said Ms. Lorena Ionescu, the Customer Care Officer of MediHelp International.
MediHelp International is the leading private health insurance provider in Central Eastern Europe and has been present on the market for over 15 years, in Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland. MediHelp International successfully combines Health Insurance Cover with International Medical Assistance for the benefit of their clients. Some of the top health Insurance benefits are: international coverage, limit of coverage of 3.000.000 EUR/year/member, coverage for hospitalization and all related costs, air evacuation, cover for cancer treatment, transplant services, outpatient care, access to over 425.000 clinics in the world and emergency services 24/7. For more information, see www.medihelp.ro.