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Where do you live?
As an expat, do you need health insurance in your current country of residence?
What is major medical cover?
What is outpatient coverage?
What does the term “pre-existing condition” mean?
What does the term “co-pay” mean?
When should I purchase maternity insurance?
Can you purchase only dental insurance?
Do health insurance premiums go up or down every year?
Until what age usually can you get international health insurance?
7 - 9 points
You clearly know a lot about International Health Insurance, and are well aware of important health insurance terms. We encourage you to stay sharp by visiting our Blog or Insurance and Health Guides section for even more information!
Your knowledge is good, but far from perfect
4 - 6 points
You have a fair understanding of international health insurance plans, and how they work. Reviewing every option when choosing insurance plans can take time and energy, so if you need any expert insurance advice now or in the future, feel free to contact us for a free and impartial consultation.
You’re an expat with little to no knowledge about how international health insurance works, and you might find yourself in a difficult situation if a serious medical problem happens to you. It’s crucial to know the differences between local and private healthcare systems in your country of residence, and even if you have company-sponsored health insurance, knowing the range of benefits covered and whether your plan is enough is crucial.
Feel free to contact us for free, non-binding health insurance advice. You risk nothing by chatting with us, and we are always happy to help.