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iPMI Magazine Speaks with Antony Brown MBE, Head of Africa, Aetna International

In this exclusive iPMI Magazine interview, Christopher Knight, CEO, iPMI Magazine, met with Antony Brown MBE, Head of Africa at Aetna International. They discussed in detail the international private medical insurance market in Africa, and the Sanlam Pan Africa and Aetna International Global Health Plan.

Please introduce yourself and background in the international private medical insurance (IPMI) market:

After 10 years with Her Majesty’s UK Foreign Office, I started the African subsidiary of InterGlobal Private Medical Insurance in 2008, as a member of the Executive Management team, and with overall responsibility for the Africa region as Regional General Manager, I later accepted the role of Head of Business in Africa for Aetna International following the acquisition of Interglobal by Aetna.

I have traveled extensively across the continent and I have a thorough understanding of the key insurance services required in local markets. I am also very well-versed in the regulatory requirements needed by insurers looking to operate stand-alone insurance businesses or partner with local insurance entities, in the region.

Sanlam Pan Africa and Aetna International have joined forces to deliver Africa’s “most comprehensive health care solution”. Can you walk us through the features and benefits of the new IPMI plan for Africa?

This offering has been created in partnership with Sanlam Pan Africa to address the healthcare needs of both local and expatriate nationals, on an international basis, across all market segments in 20 countries in Africa. Global Health offers a broad range of benefits, an extensive direct billing medical network and an enhanced member experience with local in-country service. The Global Health Plan reflects the needs and concerns of our clients and members across Africa, by giving them access to quality health care in a cost-effective way.

Through this partnership, we bring together the Africa-specific experience of Sanlam Pan Africa with the global expertise of Aetna International to deliver Africa’s most comprehensive and locally compliant health care solution with broad international access.

The Global Health proposition provides four plan levels — Value, Essential, Plus and Premium — with coverage ranging from US$100,000 to US$5,000,000. Depending on the tiers, the plans offer a host of health and well-being benefits, including cancer care, inpatient psychiatric treatment or psychotherapy, HIV or AIDS, terminal care, dental, optical and emergency treatment outside the area of cover.

With pre-authorised inpatient care across all of Africa and outpatient direct billing across the 20 Africa markets, Global Health offers members access to one of the widest medical networks locally and globally, as well as a 24/7 multilingual call centre for emergency and evacuation immediate assistance.

Who is the target market for the Global Health plan and why?

The Global Health Plan addresses the needs of the local market in 20 countries across Africa, for all employee levels: administrative, management and executive. Depending on the choice of cover, it offers access to health care in the country of residence but also abroad, for cases where medical expertise is not available locally or where the member is travelling. 

Geographically speaking, which countries does the new Global Health Plan cover?

Global Health is sold in 20 countries across the continent including Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Congo Brazzaville*, Gabon, Guinea Conakry*, Ivory Coast, Mali, Madagascar, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia and Tanzania. Members in these countries can choose one of four variants of area coverage:

Area 1: Worldwide Inc. US

Area 2: Worldwide Excl. US

Area 3: Europe Inc. Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Lebanon & Bangladesh

Area 4: Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Lebanon & Bangladesh

* Subject to OFAC regulations

Regarding access to healthcare across Africa, and the medical network, what are the options?

Members have access to an extensive direct billing medical network across the continent and beyond with more than 8,000 directly contracted providers in Africa and over 1.3 million health care professionals globally.

Emergency and non-emergency evacuation remain a critical feature of any IPMI plan. What options are available?

All four variants of the plan — Value, Essential, Plus and Premium — offer medical evacuation and in-patient cover as standard, but the coverage limits vary depending on the plan tier. For members under the Platinum plan, the cover is 100% of the medical evacuation costs.

What currency and billing options are available for insureds seeking access to healthcare under the Global Health plan?

Whether it is choice of medical provider or level of benefits, flexibility is a key value proposition of the plan and the same is true for billing.

For plan sponsors, premiums can be invoiced centrally in USD, or in the local currency of each respective country, subject to local laws and regulations.  

For members, Global Health offers outpatient treatment from within the available network on a direct billing basis in each of the 20 countries — the medical provider invoices us, as the insurer, directly without the need for the member to pay at the point of service. Inpatient treatment is required to be pre-authorised beforehand, and arrangements will be made by us, as the insurer, for the medical provider to bill us directly without the member having to pay. 

Can you please give us some more background on Sanlam Pan Africa?

Sanlam Pan Africa is the Sanlam Group’s business cluster that manages financial services in the emerging markets in Africa (excluding South Africa). Africa is a fundamental component of the Sanlam Group’s vision, which is the strategic mission of Sanlam Pan Africa — to build a leading pan-African financial services group.

Founded in 1918 as a life insurance company, Sanlam has become the largest non-banking financial services group in Africa, through its global diversification strategy and an unmatched

Pan-African footprint in more than 30 countries. Over the years, Sanlam has established itself as a financial services leader in the emerging markets in Africa and Asia.

What opportunities exist in the African market for international private medical insurance? Africa is a challenging geography – what issues on the ground, are expats and travelers facing when it comes to accessing high quality healthcare?

Africa is certainly challenging; its sheer size and diversity means that it is impossible to make broad generalisations on healthcare across the continent. Each country has its own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to accessing healthcare in any situation. For example, while coverage of healthcare can be patchy in rural areas, the quality of service in urban areas is certainly improving and often the challenge can be in arranging and funding care. In this respect, many parts of Africa are leading the way technologically when it comes to seamlessly booking appointments and minimising the use of cash, and Kenya is a great example of this.  We expect this capability to expand and, as the use of technology becomes a norm, insurance companies and medical providers will have to be ready with digital offerings, like telehealth services, to meet the demands of their members. 

The diversity of the countries in terms of language, currencies, cultures, and service expectation is also a challenge. We believe we have managed to address these aspects by making our plans as locally relevant as possible — the plans offer cover to local nationals, all documentation is available in the primary language of the country, we offer local invoicing and currency payment options, access to primary care on a direct billing basis, and local in-country representation. 

In 5 years’ time how will the international private medical insurance market look in Africa?

In recent years we have seen employers across Africa pivot from traditional offshore international medical insurance providers to local ones. However, few local providers have the capacity to offer international cover, which in Africa, where certain forms of treatment are not always available locally, is essential. Combining the expertise and capabilities of Aetna and Sanlam not only solves for such issues but offers access to a world-class comprehensive healthcare service. 

Furthermore, as a result of the global pandemic, we are seeing employers across the globe re-think their strategies when it comes to sending their staff on expat assignments, meaning that we expect a pivot towards more local hiring. Africa is no exception, particularly as the local workforce becomes more skilled and self-sufficient. What this means is potentially less demand for the traditional, high-cost fully international plans, which are the norm today, and an uptick in demand for plans that are more focused on regional cover, with comprehensive yet affordable benefits. This is exactly where we position Global Health; fit for today’s market and yet future-proofed for the changes ahead.

 

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Keeping In Touch With Friends And Family From Abroad

by Tom Wilkinson, CEO, AXA Global Healthcare.

Missing friends and family is something we’re becoming all too used to at the moment. For expats though, it can be especially tough. Prior to lockdown, research by AXA – Global Healthcare* found that nearly half (48%) of expats who have felt isolated at some point, miss friends and family. In the current climate, facing lockdown thousands of miles from their support network, they are bound to be presented with a roster of all-new challenges.

Keeping in touch with friends and family is often vital to expat wellbeing, helping to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation. But this year, during Loneliness Awareness Week, it’s more important than ever to keep in contact with loved ones. So, if there’s one thing I would suggest to any expat, it would be to have a conversation with the people you value the most from back home.

We’re lucky to live in a world that’s more connected than ever before. Most of us are becoming a great deal more accustomed to video conferencing for work, but there’s also been a global surge during lockdown in the number of people using video calls to catch up with friends and family, meaning your usual catch-up phone call can feel even more personal. One video conferencing platform has actually revealed that it went from having just 10 million daily users in December to an astonishing 200 million in March. So, whether you’re in China, Australia, England or Brazil, it’s never been easier to keep in touch while you’re abroad.

Another potential upside to our current situation is that it’s requiring us to not only be more personal in the way that we speak to each other, but also more inventive. After all, how many times can you ask someone what they’ve been up to during lockdown and expect a radically different answer.

Try adding a little fun to your catch-up calls to boost your spirits. I’ve heard of families organising quizzes and playing board games over video calls. Why not take it one step further though, and use your expat experience to put an extra spin on it?

Perhaps you could host a baking masterclass, in which you show your friends how to bake the sweet treat of choice in your local area. Or use some photography from your pre-lockdown travels to make vibrant backgrounds for your video calls. Maybe you could even take your family on a virtual tour of some of your favourite global landmarks that you’ve visited. Suddenly, being an expat isn’t a hindrance. It’s a springboard into a range of virtual possibilities.

Whatever you end up talking about though, the important thing is that you’re doing just that – talking. Sometimes, all we need is someone to listen. Having a good support network around you in times like these is vital, even if they can’t be there in person. So, whether you’re on the other side of the world from all of your closest family and friends, or just down the road, make sure to keep talking.

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5 Ways Expats Can Seamlessly Integrate Themselves Into A New Country

With Kevin Melton, Sales and Marketing Director, AXA – Global Healthcare.

Moving to a new location can be as daunting as it is exciting. Whether you’re moving 100, 1,000 or even 10,000 miles away, settling into a new area can be exhausting; not just the initial process of unpacking and acclimatising to your new environment, but also integrating. Not everyone handles change well, and for some who have the opportunity to relocate for work, upping sticks and moving can be a scary prospect, despite the opportunities it brings.

Whilst relocation support varies from one company to another, one thing is for sure; you can’t do a good job if you’re not happy, so how successfully you and your family settle in will set the tone for the assignment. In fact, we know from our own research that more international work assignments fail as a result of personal reasons than they do for commercial reasons, which highlights the importance of settling in well.

So, to help those who are planning to relocate shortly or are worried about the prospect of living away from home, we’ve put together our top five tips for a successful integration into a new area.

1. Prepare, prepare, prepare

Something that’s commonly overlooked is the importance of preparation. It’s never too early to start. Like delivering a big presentation, few of us can just walk in and make a success of it. The process takes work, research and planning, and there will inevitably be both ups and downs. It’s important to remember that this is completely natural though, so when challenges do arise, you will have plans in place to help overcome them.

Give yourself an advantage by finding out what the lifestyle in the country is like well before you get there, and learn from those who have already successfully integrated. Get to grips with local customs and most importantly, be realistic about whether you can live happily in this environment. If you can’t live your best life, or may struggle to express your attitudes and choices in your destination country, then maybe it’s not for you. Emotional wellbeing is crucial in making an overseas assignment a success, so don’t be afraid to flag potential hurdles to your employer.

It’s also key to plan beyond the first few weeks. Think about the type of things that you do routinely during a year, such as dental or medical appointments. Our research found that many expats will ignore their health until something goes wrong, but navigating a foreign healthcare system can be extremely difficult, especially if you can’t do so in your first language. So, where possible, make sure you have a health screening before you go. It can flag any underlying issues which may not otherwise be uncovered until it’s too late, and you can then prepare more thoroughly.

2. Get social

Putting yourself out there can seem like a mammoth task, especially for more introverted people. However, a successful integration relies on a strong support network, which means having people nearby when you need a pick-me-up.

Some employers might connect you with other expats or colleagues who are already in the country to help kick-start the process. Almost a fifth of companies we interviewed offer a mentor from the employee’s home country to help them find their feet. While this won’t be available to everyone, having someone to talk through your problems with, who also knows the situation you’re in, can be a real help. 

3. Communicate, often

Communication is vital in all facets of work. So, even if you’re not in the same country as your line manager or Global Mobility Manager, don’t forget to check in with them regularly. Communication shouldn’t drop off after the first few weeks of the assignment; it should continue throughout and actually intensify as the project comes to an end. Colleagues can’t help you if they don’t know you have an issue, so flag anything that you’re struggling with, from technology problems hampering your productivity to a family illness.

If you you’re struggling with any aspect of your assignment, the chances are, it will translate into your work. Don’t be afraid to speak up, as giving your employer the opportunity to fix the situation is better for all parties. Sending employees to work abroad is a significant investment for most firms, so giving your employer feedback will enhance not only your experience, but that of others, too.

4. Ask for the support you need

Whilst working abroad can enrich your life experience, it does require a significant amount of emotional and financial investment. As such, most employers will offer competitive relocation packages to help support their employees as they settle in a new country.

For our World of Work report, we asked expats what benefits they valued most, and the results were stark. Housing support, international health insurance and funding for flights home were the most valued benefits, alongside education support for children and protection insurance. There is a clear trend for individuals to want comprehensive solutions that are flexible and make life easier for them as they travel around. When you’re offered the assignment, there’s no harm in negotiating with your employer to secure the benefits that matter the most to you, as ultimately, firms want to deliver a package that works for all parties.

5. Give yourself time

You’re not going to feel at home overnight. Just like moving from the country into a city, settling into a new home overseas will take some adjustment. So, concentrate on the little things that will make you feel better, like organising regular calls with friends or family at home or signing up to regular exercise classes to help stay healthy. Try and establish a routine that lets you balance your work-life whilst integrating into the local lifestyle.

Ultimately, when moving abroad, it’s important to go in with your eyes wide open. Then, when you do face a challenging situation, you’ll be more resilient. By knowing what awaits, you’ll be much more open to the new experiences and able to make the most of your time.

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iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory October 2018

Uniting #IPMI industry leaders under 1 roof the October edition of iPMI Magazine provider network directory delivers all the pertinent company intelligence your business needs to navigate the complex world of IPMIClassifications covered include IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

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Format: Digital, Online. Free to read, no registration required.

Pages: 80+ (currently).

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iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory September 2018

Uniting #IPMI industry leaders under 1 roof the September edition of iPMI Magazine provider network directory delivers all the pertinent company intelligence your business needs to navigate the complex world of IPMIClassifications covered include IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

The IPMI industry use the iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory to source the best information and data on worldwide medical payors and providers. They may be searching for a new partner, looking for a contact number of a current provider, or researching the payor and provider market for future cross border network development.

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IPMI

ASSISTANCE

AIR AMBULANCE

COST CONTAINMENT AND CLAIMS MANAGEMENT

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

GROUND AMBULANCE

HEALTHCARE INSURANCE MANAGEMENT

PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGEMENT

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS BRAND NEW PUBLICATION: Write to Christopher Knight, CEO, iPMI Magazine on ipmi[at}ipmimagazine.com

Publication Frequency: Monthly.

Format: Digital, Online. Free to read, no registration required.

Pages: 80+ (currently).

Language: English.

Readership: 40,000 + unique readers PCM.

Classifications: IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

 

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iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory August 2018

Uniting #IPMI industry leaders under 1 roof the August edition of iPMI Magazine provider network directory delivers all the pertinent company intelligence your business needs to navigate the complex world of IPMIClassifications covered include IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

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The IPMI industry use the iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory to source the best information and data on worldwide medical payors and providers. They may be searching for a new partner, looking for a contact number of a current provider, or researching the payor and provider market for future cross border network development.

PAYORS AND PROVIDERS IN FOCUS:

IPMI

ASSISTANCE

AIR AMBULANCE

COST CONTAINMENT AND CLAIMS MANAGEMENT

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

GROUND AMBULANCE

HEALTHCARE INSURANCE MANAGEMENT

PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGEMENT

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS BRAND NEW PUBLICATION: Write to Christopher Knight, CEO, iPMI Magazine on ipmi[at}ipmimagazine.com

Publication Frequency: Monthly.

Format: Digital, Online. Free to read, no registration required.

Pages: 80+ (currently).

Language: English.

Readership: 40,000 + unique readers PCM.

Classifications: IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

 

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Uniting industry leaders under 1 roof the brand new iPMI Magazine provider network directory delivers all the pertinent company intelligence your business needs to navigate the complex world of IPMI.

The IPMI industry use the iPMI Magazine Provider Network Directory to source the best information and data on worldwide medical payors and providers. They may be searching for a new partner, looking for a contact number of a current provider, or researching the payor and provider market for future cross border network development.

Publication Frequency: Monthly.

Format: Digital, Online. Free to read, no registration required.

Pages: 80+ (currently).

Language: English.

Readership: 40,000 + unique readers PCM.

Classifications: IPMI, Assistance, Air Ambulance, Cost Containment And Claims Management, Funeral Directors, Ground Ambulance, Healthcare Insurance Management, Pharmacy Benefits Management.

PAYORS AND PROVIDERS IN FOCUS:

IPMI

ASSISTANCE

AIR AMBULANCE

COST CONTAINMENT AND CLAIMS MANAGEMENT

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

GROUND AMBULANCE

HEALTHCARE INSURANCE MANAGEMENT

PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGEMENT

 

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