Brexit likely to affect travel, student and longer term IPMI think APRIL

LONDON - July 7, 2016 - PRLog -- APRIL International UK, the global private international medical insurance provider with  clients from 86 nationalities in 120 countries thinks the recent Brexit vote could result in an increase in business across its short term student and longer term group and individual IPMI health insurance policies.

With healthcare costs under pressure throughout Europe, an obvious early casualty could be the EHIC card, which allows citizens for EU member states to access free emergency medical care when they are in an EU country.

Joe Thomas, APRIL International UK's Business Development Director comments,  "The UK Brexit vote will raise a number of questions about health insurance for UK nationals in Europe, both working and retired, over the coming months, but it is too early to say yet what the outcome might be. If the EHIC regime is dismantled, for example, that would suggest a significant increase in demand for both short term and travel insurance cover, as those who historically have relied upon EHIC for emergency protection would need to look elsewhere.

Equally, if larger UK based companies do start to move sections of their workforce into Europe, that too would imply increased demand for longer term, more comprehensive health insurance packages more usually associated with staff or group schemes. Either way APRIL International UK is well positioned to react quickly and offer appropriate, good value cover, whether for long or short term health insurance protection."

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