Posted on May 11, 2015 by Robert McBroom
Pacific Prime is pleased to announce that we have launched the first article of a three part report looking at the cost of health insurance around the world. Titled: The cost of health insurance for expats in 94 countries, Article 1 presents a ranking of the 20 most expensive and 5 least expensive countries for individual international health insurance.
Download the FREE report today to learn more including:
- Which countries have the most expensive health insurance.
- The average cost (with zero deductible or excess) for Singles, Couples, Families, and Retirees.
- Why certain countries are so expensive and others are considerably cheaper.
- Which countries have the highest cost for health insurance for Singles, Couples, Families, and Retirees.
There are a number of interesting findings in Article 1, including Israel position among the most expensive countries in the report, Poland as the cheapest country, and an analysis on how and why many asian countries are in the top 10 most expensive in the world.
Designed to provide a benchmark of what you can expect to pay for health insurance in different countries around the world, Article 1 is a great resource from which you can start your search for the best health insurance plan out there, and can be downloaded for FREE from Pacific Prime’s Cost of Health Insurance website.