International Health Insurance Market Analysis Report 2022: Information, Facts and Figures on Expats, Third-Country Nationals, Nationals and Global Nomads – | Business and finance


International private medical insurance is booming. There are more globally mobile individuals than ever before – and employers are building businesses in more diverse countries.

IPMI as Health Insurance Without Borders is the future of health insurance for all people, regardless of their country of nationality, residence or current domicile.

Compulsory insurance, voluntary top-up covers, differences between what you can sell to locals and expats, rules on foreign investors, local partnerships, economic sanctions and even local politics are all things insurers and brokers need to understand.

The latest information, facts and figures on international health insurance for expats, third-country nationals, nationals and world nomads

  • Global demand for health insurance is growing rapidly
  • There are opportunities for health insurers and brokers
  • The number of expatriates is increasing and will increase
  • IPMI and PMI are no longer separated
  • Locals, students, digital nomads and NGO workers need coverage
  • More and more countries are making health insurance compulsory
  • Health and health insurance intertwine
  • Technology will change the way insurers, brokers and customers interact
  • There are more opportunities than ever for insurers and brokers to sell global health insurance to locals and internationals.
  • There have been several new entrants into the global health insurance and ancillary services market, long dominated by a small handful of existing insurance companies. Regional insurers and brokers are active in the sector.
  • The IPMI market is constantly changing with market exits and entrants.
  • We are witnessing a global shift towards the East as the USA/Europe axis reluctantly gives way to a China/Asia/Africa axis.
  • As it is no longer possible to just offer IPMI offshore, due to mandatory insurance, stricter regulation and rising nationalism, global players need to invest in offices, partnerships and decide on which markets to set up.
  • There is a massive increase in IPMI and PMI offerings from regional groups, local groups and single country insurers.
  • Three big partnerships are changing the face of IPMI-Aetna/Allianz, Allianz/Sanlam and Bupa/Generali.
  • Background – IPMI market in 2022
  • The three major partnership agreements
  • Aetna and Allianz
  • Allianz and Sanlam
  • Bupa and Generali
  • Health insurers from A to Z
  • Agent brokers and MGA/MGU A to Z
  • Country from A to Z
  • Global migration
  • Diaspora
  • International students
  • Temporary foreign workers
  • Expats



  • Aging workforce
  • Executive Wellness
  • Expat Health Issues
  • Expats living abroad
  • Health of employees in France
  • Global Benefits
  • Global Health Benefits
  • Global Health Insurance Costs and Trends
  • Global Health Insurance Trends
  • Global insurance
  • Global Medical Price Trends
  • Global Medical Trends
  • Global mobility
  • Global Multinationals and Business Transfers
  • Global Private Health
  • Health in 2040
  • Health and well-being 2040
  • Health insurance for expatriates
  • Health insurance price trends
  • International health insurance
  • International mobility strategy
  • International schools
  • Mental Health
  • Millennials
  • Online purchase
  • Benefits in the United States
  • Employer medical expenses in the United States
  • Digital nomads
  • Insurance brands
  • Health insurers in the United States
  • working abroad
  • Businesses and consumers
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Diaspora coverage for loved ones
  • Digital Nomads
  • Employer health support for employees and families
  • Management of general agents
  • Merger of health insurance and health
  • Millennials
  • Partnership with global insurers
  • Remote health services
  • Sending people abroad
  • Seniors
  • Short assignments
  • Short term hedging
  • Asian health
  • Health in Asia
  • Asia Pacific Health Insurance Market Potential
  • Medical benefits in Asia
  • Health at a Glance: Asia-Pacific
  • Health at a glance: Europe


  • Health at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Potential of health insurance in Latin America


  • Perspectives in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Replace foreigners with citizens
  • Middle East health insurance market potential
  • Healthcare in the UAE
  • The future
  • Health insurers must offer more
  • IPMI in 2022

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SOURCE: Research and Markets

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PUBLISHED: 06/24/2022 12:00 PM / DISK: 06/24/2022 12:02 PM

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